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  • Are You searching for the Mice control service provider in Ottawa, ON?

    We are Ottawa Pest Removal Company, we provide best quality service for mice control and extermination in several locations of Ottawa. Mice Control is necessary, If you see even one mouse in your house you must contact a specialist. Here  we have listed some details about Mouse/Mice

     Facts About Mice :

    Present throughout the world, especially in areas across the USA and Canada, mice are mammals characterized by their small size and general pest status. While mice prefer wooded areas, they often sneak in manmade structures. Their burrowing and foraging nature often results in damaged property. They also contaminate of food and objects in homes. The two most common species of mice found in Canada include deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) and house mice (Mus musculus).Hence Mice extermination is very important.

     How To Identify Mice?

    The house mouse is grey in color and measures from 110 to 150 mm in length with large ears and small eyes. The tail is usually the same length as the mouse. The house mouse is sometimes confused with the deer mouse which is yellow-grey to reddish brown in color and has a bi-colored tail, with a white bottom side.

      What are their most common Habitats?

    Mice are great nibblers and thus tend to make small holes in many places rather than a lot of damage at one place. The house mouse has a great ability of touch, smell, and hearing. They can run, climb, jump in practically all kinds of surfaces.

    Food habits :

    Like humans, mice are omnivorous and feed on a variety of food materials such as fruits, nuts, seeds, and food prepared by humans. The mice also chew or nibble through inorganic and indigestible materials, such as books, plastics and even drywall. Each mouse feeds many times a day, with some mice taking in 20 or 30 meals over a 24-hour.

    What is their  Life Cycle?

    The average lifespan of a mouse is 11-13 months. The young are born about 19 days after breeding and grow rapidly. A single female may have as many as eight litters per year, averaging five to six young each. In three months the young are independent and capable of reproduction. Mice can survive cold outdoors during the winter but generally invade buildings when the weather turns bitterly cold.


    The presence of food is the contributing factor to a mouse infestation, so good housekeeping is essential. This includes the proper storage of foods in sealed containers. In addition, all garbage should be stored in containers with tight-fitting lids. Seal all openings to the outside. Especially around doors and windows.

    Your local Ottawa Pest Removal office has products especially for the control of house mice. Depending on the degree of the infestation a single treatment may not be enough and an integrated pest management program by  Ottawa Pest Removal will be required.


    If you want to schedule your appointment with one of our specialists for mice control service,

    Contact us @ 613-699-8700