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Good and informative articles. However, for your information, you missed some points.
We've lived in this house for about 40 years and have Long Beach animal control never seen signs of having a pest problem
until 3 years ago, when I found a dead rat under my car and some of the automobile's cables broken.
On the following year, I found a dead rat under the Long Beach animal control garden's table. I consulted our local rodent
control service ran by the city and they bought me a feeding station and some poison for the carport.
No activity noted after that. I should say that this Long Beach animal control problem started with the City's encouragement to
use compost bins. I bought the one recommended by the city and used it until I noticed a pair of eyes
in the compost bin looking at me while I was loading Long Beach animal control vegetative refuse. I stopped using the compost bin.
Still, no sign of rodents in the house until Long Beach pest control 2 weeks ago, when we noticed a green tomato I bought to the
house to ripen had teeth marks. Also, they are chewing up bits of carpet in the living room. I assume that
the rat gained entry to the house through the Long Beach pest control door. It is hard to get people to close doors as they come in and out.
A problem is that the rat or rats I have in the house Long Beach wildlife removal will not touch the food in the feeding station. Nor the
bait in the rat traps. We've tried cheese, bacon for the trap, and poison cereal, and pellets, the last two supplied
by the city's rodent control unit. We kept them at Long Beach wildlife removal least 4 days in one location where I had noticed droppings. These
are areas with low traffic, one is placed by the furnace, and there we have a freezer with frozen food there. The rats
have not attempted to gain access to the freezer, but Long Beach wildlife removal they seem to live in that room.
My question is, are the 2 traps the city gave me enough and how do I know if these are for mice or for
rats? They are the snap, jaw type. And how can I get the rats interested in the trap bait? CK
Carmen, I wouldn't know if the traps you have are for rats or Long Beach animal trapping mice unless I see them, but in general,
the traps should differ drastically in size. A rat snap trap might be 7 inches long and could break finger,
and a mouse trap 3.5 inches and would only sting. Bait usually Long Beach animal trapping isn't as important as type of trap or
location. If they won't touch a snap trap, maybe try a cage trap. Or a different type of snap trap.
I only use the wooden Victors, after years of trying more than Long Beach animal trapping a dozen different types of traps. David
Thank you for your reply. The traps caught and killed 2 rats, a very large one, and a small one with large ears
and small black body, an offprint, I expect. We are watching for their Long Beach exterminator return - just in case - but we can do
without ever seeing a rat again. They really ruined our Xmas baking. The city withdrew their support, they say
they have budget constraints. She left saying "let me knowLong Beach exterminator if you need further help" but I could tell that they
are not coming back. We still do not know where they came from. Perhaps from the old roof. We'll have it checked
this Spring. Thanks again, and hope that you continue to be Long Beach exterminator successful. We were related to a pest exterminator,
a very nice guy, running his own business, but he was shot by an intruder. CK
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