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Rodent Removal, Rat Removal and Mouse Removal

If you have, or suspect you may have a problem with rodents, rats, or mice please call Wildlife Solutions at 1-800-932-7287 to talk to one of our experts.You can also contact us here.

Did you know that one female rat can produce up to 40 rats in a year?

At Wildlife Solutions our staff are equipped to handle the most complex rodent removal, rat removal, and mouse removal jobs. We have successfully managed projects of all sizes; from small residential structures to large universities and everything in between.

  • Droppings in the Attic?
  • Droppings in the Basement?
  • Droppings in the kitchen?
  • Hearing scratching at night?

If any of these sound familiar to you, you may have a rodent problem. Left untreated rodent problems can quickly spiral out of control. Our rodent control programs focus on quick resolutions to your problems including rodent removal, rodent proofing, and clean-up services without the use of poisons. Typical Solutions Include:

  • An inspection to identify damage and potential entry points
  • Trapping and removal of the offending animals
  • Exclusion of any potential entry points
  • Removal of fecal matter and damaged insulation
  • Cleanup of biological attractants



    Call 1-800-932-7287 for more information or visit our What We Do and Pricing pages for more information about our services.


    In case you're really interested in rats, here's some more in-depth information on them:

    Diet: Rats aren't picky eaters at all. Seriously, they'll eat almost anything. Rats are scavengers by nature but if they had a favorite foods list, it would probably consist of grain, livestock feed, and meat. Rats have also been known to eat soap, leather, furs, candy, milk, meat, vegetables, poultry, eggs, grain, seeds, fruit, nuts, snails and small rodents of a different species. Believe it or not, rats have a diet that is more nutritious than that of a mouse - they can also eat a lot more in one sitting than a mouse can. The most important part of a rat's diet is actually water. They need about 1/2 ounce to 1 ounce of water on a daily basis to survive.

    Life Expectancy: Most rats live about three years with a few exceptions making it to age five.

    Concerns / Problems / Diseases: If you've ever had a rat chew through wires or pipes in your home, you already know that rats have a tendency to gnaw on things when they eat. They can chew threw just about anything that is softer than their teeth - which are pretty darn hard. This includes water pipes, clothes, papers, electric cables, wood, and many building materials.

  • As with most rodents, there are always concerns about diseases when they come in contact with humans. Rats, along with other rodents, can carry a lot of diseases with big, complicated names like leptospirosis, lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV), hantavirus, Tularemia, and Salmonella. Rat Table Wildlife Solutions

    Interesting Facts:
    • Domestic female rats can start breeding when they are as young as six weeks old.
    • The chompers of a rat (their teeth) are always yellow upon maturity.
    • Rat's teeth don't stop growing until they die (the rat, that is).
    • Rats have very poor eyesight. They use their whiskers to feel around which is usually why they're found on the perimeter of rooms close to a wall or near a piece of furniture to guide them.