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Are Mice Causing Mischief in your Maryland Home?

 

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Are mice making mischief in your Maryland home?

Mice may seem cute, but they can cause a whole lot of trouble for your Maryland home if they’re left to their own devices. Mice can carry disease, and this can lead to complications for your family and any pets you may have. But how can you tell whether or not the problems you’re having are actually mice? Well, we’ve got some quick tips on how to track mice in your home. Ready to check them out?

Observe your home.

There is probably something that made you look this blog up in the first place, some sign of invader. Follow that sign. Were there mouse droppings in your kitchen, or did you notice little nibble marks somewhere else? Find the source of the problem with your eyes, but try not to touch anything. Because of the diseases that mice can carry, you should leave any removal to the experts for safety reasons. What you can do is keep an eye on where you think the mice are congregating and traveling so that you can relay that information to the experts when they arrive.

Avoid poison.

It may seem like a good idea to put down poison to save yourself money on the cost of hiring a professional, but poison isn’t good for your home. Poison is bad for anyone who comes into contact with it. Cats or dogs can nibble at it out of curiosity and end up very sick or worse. Not only that, but poison only kills some of the mice. It doesn’t completely solve the problem. Hiring professionals to find the mice and remove them will provide you with a long-term solution.

 

Need help with the mice?

Call Shumaker Animal Control. Shumaker Animal Control is a twenty-five year veteran of the animal control profession and knows how to detect and properly remove mice. We can also patch any holes made by mice and guarantee against them chewing back through it.

If you have any questions about animal removal, contact Shumaker Animal Control by calling (443) 854-8072 or click heretoday!

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