Mice are a common threat to your home that can be eliminated by your Tulsa exterminator. These small rodents can find a way into your home through small cracks and crevices in the foundation or walls. They will also find their way into your garage and from there into your attic spaces, setting up shop, waiting to make their way into your home and eat your food. They’re unsanitary and can bring a lot of disease with them. So in this article, let’s take a good hard look at mice, their life cycle, and what you and your Tulsa exterminator can do to eliminate this threat.



Yes, you read the title correctly. Mice do sing. They actually sing to one another. The males will sing to the females when they are finished with the mating process. These small rodents mate often. The female has the distinct ability to be able to get pregnant as soon as she has finished having her litter. There’s no downtime between birth and getting pregnant a second time. It takes about 30 days for a female to bring a letter to fruition. 


That means that a single female can bring 12 litters a year. Each litter being between eight and 10 pups means that she can bring into the world 120 mice in one year. That’s a lot of mice. The reason for this is because mice find themselves at the bottom of the food chain, eaten by so many different other predators. In order to protect the species, they reproduce extremely quickly. Contact your Tulsa exterminator for help.  



Because mice reproduce so quickly, they can be very difficult to eliminate in your home or business. If you get a trap, you may be able to kill off one or two, but you’ll never be able to get ahead of the reproductive cycle of this voracious rodent. Check out our reviews!


Over-the-counter poisons can also be slow at best. These poisons are always anticoagulant poisons that have to be fed upon multiple times before they take effect. Because of this, secondary poisoning is a danger. This means that they can get super dosage of poison in their system before they die. This leftover poison will injure a scavenging predator that may find a mouse carcass. If your dog eats one of these, it could poison the dog. The best solution is to contact your Tulsa exterminator. They have rodenticides to not only kill with the first meal, but also reduce the likelihood of secondary poisoning. Contact your Tulsa exterminator for help.


If you’re having trouble with rodents, or any other pests, then it’s time to call a Tulsa exterminator that can help you. Here at TermMax pest control, we are the best in the business when it comes to dealing with rodents, or any other pests. We service the greater Tulsa area, including Broken Arrow, Coweta, Claremore, Catoosa, Owasso, Turley, Bixby, Jenks. Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Prattville, and so much more. Call today for a free estimate. We’re here to help!

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