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Mice & Rats
breed every 6 weeks… If you have ANY
signs of Mice or Rats you need to act now or
risk damage to your property or health!
destructive pests that can spread disease,
contaminate food and destroy property.
How can I help
prevent a rodent infestation?
in secure containers.
immediately after use.
unintentional holes, gaps and cracks larger
than 5 mm.
weather strips at the bottom of exterior
piles of debris.
branches, plants and bushes that hang near
gutters are directing water away from the
What do I do if
I suspect a rodent problem?
Because of the
health concerns related to rodents, anyone
suspecting a problem should contact a licensed
pest management professional.
Newcastle Pest Control
professionals can help identify and eliminate
control mice & rats, you must "think like them,"
keeping in mind the behavioural traits noted
above. The best way to control rodents is to
prevent their entry. Mice are able to squeeze
through extremely small openings narrower than
the diameter of a 10 cent piece therefore cracks
in the foundation should be sealed, as should
gaps and openings under doors and where utility
pipes enter the structure. Rats are good
climbers and will often enter via the roof space
where openings and ventilation occur.
Good sanitation and food storage practices are
helpful in reducing problems with rodents. Since
seeds are a preferred food, all vegetable
gardens adjacent to the building should likewise
be eliminated. However, because mice are able to
occupy such small nesting areas and survive on
minute amounts of food, sanitation alone will
not normally eliminate an existing infestation.
Control Using Rodenticides
all baits are formulated exclusively as
food-based baits containing seeds or grain as an
attractant. Most rodenticides are anticoagulants
containing Brodifacoum, Bromadiolone
Chlorophacinone, Diphacinone or Warfarin as
They kill by interfering with normal clotting of
the rodents' blood, causing the animal to die
from internal bleeding. Since mice forage only
short distances from their nests, optimum
results are achieved with multiple bait
placements as close to the mouse harbourage as
We take extreme care when positioning baits in
areas inaccessible to children or pets. Dogs, in
particular, will seek out and find baits placed
in areas which are accessible. This is why we
will nearly always place the baits securely in
the roof void when possible. In the event your
home does not have a roof space we place the
baits in areas that are not accessible to
children or pets. When this is not possible we
place them in tamper proof containers which are
only accessible by the rodents.
The rodents will nibble on the bait and will
then feel a desperate need for water. The
rodents will generally leave the house
immediately. This of course goes a long way to
reducing the chance of them dying in the home
and thus giving off that unpleasant odour. This
often happens when supermarket brand baits are
used due to the low amount of poison in the bait
and the way it is presented to the rodent.
Sticky traps/pads are used by many pest
companies. We do not use them as we feel that
they are an unpleasant form of control for the
rodent. (we are not going to go into the
Transfer Of Poison
To Pets Etc
There is a lot of conjecture about this topic.
Some people will tell you that if your dog ate a
mouse or rat that had eaten the poison the dog
would die also. Based on the manufacturer’s
comments and our own results obtained from
clients when this has happened has shown no
support for this. In fact we have had a
situation when a dog had actually eaten the
poison directly after an owner had moved one of
our baits where a dog got access. The end result
was nothing as the dog was fine. As this was
eating the bait directly as opposed to eating
the poisoned mouse or rat you would have to draw
the conclusion that the poison was not
sufficient to hurt the dog. (This obviously
depends on the dogs’ size, weight and amount of
poison consumed. The dog in question was about
25kg and ate two whole blocks).
We have attempted to inform you honestly about
these baits as they are the only treatment that
we do that is considered a health risk to
children and pets. We take every precaution when
placing these baits in your home and will always
spend the time to explain the ups and downs of
this type of treatment as your family always
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Newcastle Pest Control
1300 104 599
Merewether NSW 2291