Rodent Control Services
Common enough that nearly 4 in 10 homeowners have seen one in their home at some point, rodents like mice and rats are undeniably pests. Luckily, that means that rodent control will likely be available —and necessary—wherever you live. Because of rodents' tendency to carry several diseases and therefore be a threat to the health and safety of humans and domestic pets, rodent control is an ongoing activity and pursuit, and a major part of our work at Wildlife X Team®.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, rats and mice can transmit over 35 diseases. Learn more about the diseases you can get from rodents below.
Directly Transmitted Diseases by Rodents
Directly transmitted rodent illnesses such as Hantavirus, leptospirosis, rat-bite fever, and more are contracted by inhaling contaminated dust from droppings, handling rodent feces and urine, or handling the rodent directly.
Indirectly Transmitted Diseases by Rodents
Indirectly transmitted diseases from rodents, like Lyme disease, Colorado tick fever and more can be contracted through secondary parasites on rodents, like infected ticks, fleas, and mites.
The team at Wildlife X Team® knows the importance of rodent control and pest control services in order to protect your home from mice, rats, and other pests. Any homeowner who is facing rodent traffic should practice good home hygiene by getting rid of food scraps, keeping your home clean, sealing entryways, and contacting our service team to make sure these rodents are trapped, removed, and prevented for the last time.
How Do I Get Rid of Rodents?
At Wildlife X Team®, our team’s mission is to “provide humane solutions to nuisance wildlife issues". We also strive to educate the general public on how to best resolve conflicts between humans and wildlife in a humane manner. We will be more than happy to help you with your rodent control problem, or with any other animal nuisance issues you may have. Give us a call today! (817) 431-3007.