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Naked Mole Rats are…Interesting

December 30th, 2020

Naked mole rats are one of the weirdest mammalian species out there, even when you take out the fact that they are completely hairless. They have a very high pain tolerance, can survive 20 minutes without any oxygen, they do not age, and they are immune to cancer. As if that wasn’t enough to make…

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How Did a Mouse Get Into My House?

December 11th, 2020

Mice love your home for many of the same reasons you do. It’s warm, charming, safe and convenient. It’s a great place to raise a family, and it’s a great place for mice to breed. Your home has everything a mouse needs to survive: food, shelter and water. The National Pest Management Association estimates that…

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Whether Rats or Mice, The Threat is The Same

October 13th, 2020

You see a furry creature with a long tail scurrying through your kitchen and darting under the stove and you assume it’s a mouse…..or is it a rat? Mice and rats are often mistakenly seen as interchangeable, and while they do have traits in common, the differences are what will help you identify and control…

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Spotted A Mouse In Your House? Where There’s One, There’s Many

October 25th, 2019

The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has declared October 20-26 to be Rodent Awareness Week, an annual observance recognized by Chase’s Calendar of Events to promote greater awareness about the threats rodents pose to health and property. A recent online research study conducted between January 2018 and July 2019 by Advanced Symbolics Inc. using a…

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Savannah Is The Roof-Rat Capital Of The United States

April 25th, 2019

The city of Savannah, Georgia is renowned for its picturesque coastal landscape, antebellum architecture and cobblestone streets. The city’s rich history makes it a major tourist attraction, but unfortunately, the city sees a lot of rat visitors as well, and the rodents love the city so much they don’t want to leave. It may come…

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Rats! Cold Weather Drives Rodents Inside Vehicles

December 26th, 2017

Sneaking into cars is rather easy for rodents, as mice and rats can fit through holes as small as a dime and a quarter, respectively. Steering columns, vents, pedal shafts and other openings serve as the main access points into vehicles for these intruders. Upon gaining entry, rodents commonly use insulation as nesting material and…

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