Mammals of the order Rodentia

Approximately 40% of all mammals belong to the order, Rodentia. This order is characterized by a single pair of continuously growing incisors in both the upper and lower jaws. They use these incisors to gnaw food, excavate burrows and defend themselves. Any of these behaviors would put them on the pest list - since your plants and their roots are a frequent target for them. But they can also carry disease, go after our food and in the process spoil it. To top this off, most species are social and reproduce rapidly - making them even more difficult to control.

Fleas and ticks are just two of the pests that mice and rats carry. If you find droppings, you have rodents and they need to be controlled as soon as you recognize the signs of infestation. We offer a variety of products to help you with rodent control both in the house and in the garden.

Read the labels carefully to determine if the product is effective for the specific pest rodents in your garden and home.

For more information please see our Animal and Bird Control page.

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