Mice

Color: Light Grey
Length: 5.5" - 7.5" including tail
Habitat: Nest in shredded paper, insulation, cardboard, and clothing. Gain access into structures through tiny gaps.
Reproduction: Mice give birth to live young containing five to six per litter. More than one litter can be present in the nest at one time.

  Misc: Mice are good swimmers. They produce a large amount of droppings per day and stay within five to twenty feet from the nest. Droppings are the size of uncooked rice. Mice can live up to 6 years under healthy conditions.
The brain of a mouse is the size of pea and the hardest part of their body. The elasticity of the body of a mouse allows them to fit through openings just over 1/4".
Recommend closing all openings greater than 1/4" to eliminate entry points. Entry points can be found under sinks, restrooms, doorways and utility lines. Add door sweeps to all doors that produce a gap and fill holes with steel wool, foam or screen.

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PestMed offers an inspection of your entire property to locate and eliminate all entry and exit points.