Wildlife is a beautiful thing, if it’s kept in the wild! Truly, no wild animal should be in your home. If you are in need of wildlife removal assistance in Minneapolis, Minnesota Wild Animal Management, Inc., has you covered. With a combined experience of over 35 years in wildlife control, our experts have dealt with a variety of wildlife pests and have a thorough understanding of the proper steps it takes to remove and prevent wildlife from coming into your home. Continue reading
Vacant Homes and Properties Face Hidden Pest Risks
That vacant, foreclosed home next door isn’t just bringing down your neighborhood’s property values. It may also be a haven for numerous pests that can threaten the health and safety of neighbors, children and pets.
Pests thrive in the conditions offered by a foreclosed property with nobody home. Vacant properties offer a perfect habitat for a variety of problematic pests.
In the interest of preserving public health, it is imperative that vacant structures and properties be treated with pest control products to keep roaches, rats, spiders, stinging insects from moving in. Rodents and roaches, are often thought of as merely nuisances, but they can pose serious health risks for people and pets if they are left unchecked.
Rats, mice and roaches can thrive in empty houses and other structures like tool sheds left unused and untreated. Roaches have been proven to carry and spread E. coli, streptococcus and Salmonella along with other diseases and allergens, while rats are responsible for thousands of doctor and hospital visits each year due to bites and human contact with their feces and urine.
The threats each of these pests pose are very real and can become serious health and safety hazards if they are permitted to thrive. The challenge with foreclosed homes is finding the proper authorities to take responsibility for pest control measures that will keep neighborhoods safe and pest-free.
Each homeowner has the right to choose and use the products they need to protect their own home and property, and the best defense against pests is the responsible use of pest control products.
For more information on wild animal and pest control, consult a Minnesota Animal Control Expert today!
Interesting Facts About Mice
House mice usually run, walk, or stand on all fours, but when eating, fighting, or orienting themselves, they stand only on the hind legs, supported by the tail. When they run, the horizontal tail serves for balance; the end stands up vertically, unless the mouse is frightened. Mice are good jumpers, climbers, and swimmers.
Mice are mostly active during dusk or night; they do not like bright lights. They live in a wide variety of hidden places that are near food sources and construct nests from various soft materials. Continue reading
Mice, Mouse Rodent Control Minneapolis Minnesota
Rodents pose serious health threats – transmitting disease-causing organisms through urine, droppings and bites. Rats can carry more than 40 disease-causing viruses and bacteria, including Hantavirus and salmonella. The house mouse is the primary carrier of an illness called Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus, or LCMV, which causes symptoms such as headache, fever, chills and muscle aches in people with poor immune systems. Continue reading
Do You Have A Mice Rodent Problem?
Rodents can survive almost anywhere where they can stay warm and food can be found. In the United States alone, rodents cause billions of dollars in damage annually. Did you know that the front incisor teeth of rodents never stop growing? Front teeth that are continuously growing are a trait shared by all rodents. Continue reading
Humane animal removal. Is there such a thing? Is it really fair to say that they have invaded your home when it was humans who have actually invaded theirs? At Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., we aren’t trying to make a political statement. We understand that sometimes our furry friends get lost and wind up in your home. So, we are a Minneapolis wildlife removal company that promotes humane animal removal. This time of year, our striped friends are coming out of the woods more and more to make their nests. That’s right, raccoons are starting to make their way this season! If you think a raccoon has invaded your home, call for wild animal removal in Minneapolis at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. Continue reading
Winter doesn’t just bring you in from the cold, but sometimes an uninvited guest or two as well. Whether you and the family are at the dinner table, watching television, or just enjoying company, a surprise scurry across the floor by a house mouse can become a bit of a quick scare. The cunning creatures can be at times difficult to get rid of. Call Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. today and let us help you rest as we remove your pest! Continue reading
Have you ever had that house guest that just wouldn’t leave? You wait and you wait, but they just can’t get the hint that you are absolutely ready to kick them out the door! While we can’t kick actual humans out of your house, Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. is here to help you with all of your wild animal removal needs! Continue reading
Do you have a green thumb? For many home gardeners, there is no better sight than seeing all of your hard work and gardening pay off through the blooms in your flower garden or the new vegetables that have begun to sprout. Creating and maintaining a garden is no easy task because you are so dependent on nature. For most people, the thought of seeing a rabbit around your home brings you to a happy place. However, for those home gardeners who put their time and money into their yard, you may not be as happy to see a rabbit hanging around your yard. The reason is because rabbits commonly feed on vegetables and flowers. One single rabbit can eat up your entire vegetable or flower garden in just one night. So, if you live in St. Paul, MN, and have noticed a rabbit spending time around your yard, now is the time to partner with Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. Our team can humanely remove just one or multiple rabbits from your yard. Continue reading