Barnes Wildlife Control
Phone: 937-340-1867
Fax: 877-771-3432
Email: bwcohio@gmail.com

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Dayton, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Troy, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373

BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal

Locally Owned And Operated

 

Rodent removal service

 

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

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937- 340 -1867

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BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal
Locally Owned And Operated

rodent removal service

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Call Now
937- 340 -1867

Email Us

Loved By Yelp!

barnes wildlife control: The rodent experts in greater dayton ohio

Rid Your House of Pesky Rodents

We Not Only Trap & Remove Rodents... We Locate and Repair their Entry Points!

We Not Only Trap & Remove Rodents...
We Locate and Repair their Entry Points!

Rodent infestations can cause significant structural and financial damage to your property. Their different behaviors and biologies make them quite difficult to control. Extensive knowledge of rodent habits and biology is a necessity in dealing with infestations. Their dietary and reproductive patterns determine the spread of their nesting areas.

Rodents have been responsible for spreading various diseases, most notably the bubonic plague, or historically known as the Black Death, through the transportation of infected fleas. Rats could also carry bacterial diseases like Rat Bite Fever and Leptospirosis. Mice, on the other hand, can carry hantaviruses that can be deadly to humans.

Our Rodent Control Services and our knowledge of Health Problems Posed By Rodents make Barnes Wildlife Control the number 1 rodent removal service in the Greater Dayton Ohio ares. and let our experts handle your rodent problems.

 

We Are Local, Humane, certified, licensed, and insured!

 

Rid Your House of Pesky Rodents

Rodent infestations can cause significant structural and financial damage to your property. Their different behaviors and biologies make them quite difficult to control. Extensive knowledge of rodent habits and biology is a necessity in dealing with infestations. Their dietary and reproductive patterns determine the spread of their nesting areas.

 

We Not Only Trap & Remove Rodents... We Locate and Repair their Entry Points!

We Not Only Trap & Remove Rodents...
We Locate and Repair their Entry Points!

 

Rodents have been responsible for spreading various diseases, most notably the bubonic plague, or historically known as the Black Death, through the transportation of infected fleas. Rats could also carry bacterial diseases like Rat Bite Fever and Leptospirosis. Mice, on the other hand, can carry hantaviruses that can be deadly to humans.

Our Rodent Control Services and our knowledge of Health Problems Posed By Rodents make Barnes Wildlife Control the number 1 rodent removal service in the Greater Dayton Ohio ares. and let our experts handle your rodent problems.

 

We Are Local, Humane, certified, licensed, and insured!

 

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Rodent Complaints & Rodent Types in the Miami Valley

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We Not Only Trap & Remove Rodents...We Locate and Repair their Entry Points!

We are experts at removing rodents from your home, buildings or business.

The three most common rodents

Brief descriptions of their appearances and habits
Deer Mice (Peromyscus )

Deer Mice are often found in fields and woodlots but when your home has gaps that provide a pathway to shelter or food.

Deer Mice are often found in fields and woodlots but when your home has gaps that provide a pathway to shelter or food.


Often found in fields and woodlots but when your home has gaps that provide a pathway to shelter or food, deer mice will take advantage as they are opportunists. These mice range in color depending on climate, demographics, and species. Tan, brown, or black in color, with tails of varying lengths are common with white on undersides or belly. They scavenge and will feed on any food available to them.

This species female adult mice are able to reproduce every month as young mice reach maturity in several weeks and can begin mating.

Usually we find them in yards, fields, attics, walls, and kitchen areas. Deer mice are very agile climbers and can gnaw on wood, lead piping, and electrical cables

House Mouse (Mus musculus)

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Barnes Wildlife Control will take care of your bread eating house mouse problem.


The house mouse (Mus musculus) is one of the most widely distributed and successful mammals in the world. It has dull grayish-brown fur and the tail, which is the same length as the body, is thicker and scalier than that of other species of mice. It is accompanied by a distinctive strong ‘stale’ odor and its presence can easily be detected by means of its droppings. Forms of this species living in association with human beings tend to be larger and darker than ‘wild’ forms, and have longer tails. The voice is a familiar high-pitched "squeak." They are usually found in fields, grassy and wooded areas and houses. They are inquisitive and their preferred foods are bird seeds and nuts and we often find them stored in your attic.

Breeding tends to occur throughout the year, with five to ten litters produced each year, each one consisting of between four and eight young. The young are born virtually hairless, with sealed eyes and ears. They are fully furred after 14 days and weaned after 18 - 20 days, when they begin to emerge from the nest.

Norway Rat (Rattus norvegicus)
Rats carry bacterial diseases like Rat Bite Fever and Leptospirosis. Another successful rat catch for Barnes Wildlife Control.

Rats carry bacterial diseases like Rat Bite Fever and Leptospirosis. Another successful rat catch for Barnes Wildlife Control.

Also known as "common rats," "water rats," or "sewer rats, we sometimes also find Roof Rats living in Dayton and Huber Heights homes as well.

The Norway, or brown, rat lives in close association with man and in the feral state, chiefly where vegetation is tall and rank and affords adequate protection. This rat lives principally in basements, on the ground floor, or in burrows under sidewalks or outbuildings. They appear to be most common about feed stores, chicken houses, and garbage dumps. Although more at home on the ground, these rats are adept at climbing and have been observed traveling along telephone wires from one building to another. In places they become exceedingly numerous and destructive.

They feed on a variety of items including both plant and animal materials. All sorts of garbage appear to be welcome, but their main stay is plant material. Grains of various sorts are highly prized. When established around poultry houses, they feed extensively on eggs and young chickens. They even have been known to kill lambs and young pigs!

These rats are prolific breeders. The gestation period varies from 21 to 23 days and the number of young from two to 14, averaging seven or eight. At birth they are blind, naked, and helpless. They grow rapidly; their eyes open in 14-17 days and they are weaned when 3 or 4 weeks old. There is no delimited breeding season, but there is a tendency for a slow-up in reproduction during fall and winter. The life span is reported to be 2-3 years.

Although these rats are preyed upon by a number of animals including the spotted skunk and the barn owl, as well as house cats, these predators often are not able to keep the rat population in check. Considerable destruction of property and foodstuffs can take place where rats are abundant. In addition, they constitute a menace to public health. They are known to be reservoirs of bubonic plague (transmitted to man by the bite of a flea or other insect), endemic typhus fever, rat-bite fever, and a few other dreaded diseases. Every effort should be made to exterminate them when they are found on your premises, and it is advisable to rat-proof garbage cans and all buildings to prevent their entrance.

The three most common rodents

Brief descriptions of their appearances and habits
Deer Mice (Peromyscus )

Often found in fields and woodlots but when your home has gaps that provide a pathway to shelter or food, deer mice will take advantage as they are opportunists. These mice range in color depending on climate, demographics, and species. Tan, brown, or black in color, with tails of varying lengths are common with white on undersides or belly. They scavenge and will feed on any food available to them.

 

Deer Mice are often found in fields and woodlots but when your home has gaps that provide a pathway to shelter or food.

Deer Mice are often found in fields and woodlots but when your home has gaps that provide a pathway to shelter or food.


 

This species female adult mice are able to reproduce every month as young mice reach maturity in several weeks and can begin mating.

Usually we find them in yards, fields, attics, walls, and kitchen areas. Deer mice are very agile climbers and can gnaw on wood, lead piping, and electrical cables

House Mouse (Mus musculus)

The house mouse (Mus musculus) is one of the most widely distributed and successful mammals in the world. It has dull grayish-brown fur and the tail, which is the same length as the body, is thicker and scalier than that of other species of mice. It is accompanied by a distinctive strong ‘stale’ odor and its presence can easily be detected by means of its droppings. Forms of this species living in association with human beings tend to be larger and darker than ‘wild’ forms, and have longer tails. The voice is a familiar high-pitched "squeak." They are usually found in fields, grassy and wooded areas and houses. They are inquisitive and their preferred foods are bird seeds and nuts and we often find them stored in your attic.

 

Barnes Wildlife Control mouse control

Barnes Wildlife Control will take care of your bread eating house mouse problem.


 

Breeding tends to occur throughout the year, with five to ten litters produced each year, each one consisting of between four and eight young. The young are born virtually hairless, with sealed eyes and ears. They are fully furred after 14 days and weaned after 18 - 20 days, when they begin to emerge from the nest.

Norway Rat (Rattus norvegicus)

Also known as "common rats," "water rats," or "sewer rats, we sometimes also find Roof Rats living in Dayton and Huber Heights homes as well.

The Norway, or brown, rat lives in close association with man and in the feral state, chiefly where vegetation is tall and rank and affords adequate protection. This rat lives principally in basements, on the ground floor, or in burrows under sidewalks or outbuildings. They appear to be most common about feed stores, chicken houses, and garbage dumps. Although more at home on the ground, these rats are adept at climbing and have been observed traveling along telephone wires from one building to another. In places they become exceedingly numerous and destructive.

 

Rats carry bacterial diseases like Rat Bite Fever and Leptospirosis. Another successful rat catch for Barnes Wildlife Control.

Rats carry bacterial diseases like Rat Bite Fever and Leptospirosis. Another successful rat catch for Barnes Wildlife Control.


 

They feed on a variety of items including both plant and animal materials. All sorts of garbage appear to be welcome, but their main stay is plant material. Grains of various sorts are highly prized. When established around poultry houses, they feed extensively on eggs and young chickens. They even have been known to kill lambs and young pigs!

These rats are prolific breeders. The gestation period varies from 21 to 23 days and the number of young from two to 14, averaging seven or eight. At birth they are blind, naked, and helpless. They grow rapidly; their eyes open in 14-17 days and they are weaned when 3 or 4 weeks old. There is no delimited breeding season, but there is a tendency for a slow-up in reproduction during fall and winter. The life span is reported to be 2-3 years.

Although these rats are preyed upon by a number of animals including the spotted skunk and the barn owl, as well as house cats, these predators often are not able to keep the rat population in check. Considerable destruction of property and foodstuffs can take place where rats are abundant. In addition, they constitute a menace to public health. They are known to be reservoirs of bubonic plague (transmitted to man by the bite of a flea or other insect), endemic typhus fever, rat-bite fever, and a few other dreaded diseases. Every effort should be made to exterminate them when they are found on your premises, and it is advisable to rat-proof garbage cans and all buildings to prevent their entrance.

Health Problems Posed By Rodents

Rodents have been responsible for spreading various diseases, most notably the bubonic plague, or historically known as the Black Death, through the transportation of infected fleas. Rats could also carry bacterial diseases like Rat Bite Fever and Leptospirosis. Mice, on the other hand, can carry hantaviruses that can be deadly to humans.

The House Mouse (Mus musculus)

Rodent Control Services

Extensive knowledge of rodent habits and biology is a necessity in dealing with infestations. Their dietary and reproductive patterns determine the spread of their nesting areas. and let our experts handle your rodent problems.

Mice gnawing or burrowing into upholstered furniture – or seats of cars? Mice tunneling into insulation inside your walls and attics? Mice chewing on the insulation around wires? This has been known to cause a real threat of fire! Rats damaging the structure of your home in their attempts to get inside? Rats and mice eating your pet's food? Rats and mice in your attic or cellar?

Mice gnawing or burrowing into upholstered furniture – or seats of cars? Mice tunneling into insulation inside your walls and attics? Mice chewing on the insulation around wires? This has been known to cause a real threat of fire! Rats damaging the structure of your home in their attempts to get inside? Rats and mice eating your pet's food? Rats and mice in your attic or cellar?

Barnes Wildlife Control
Phone: 937-340-1867
Fax: 877-771-3432
Email: bwcohio@gmail.com

Dayton, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Troy, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373