Rats and mice attack our food in the farm fields, orchards, and livestock facilities, during its processing, storage and transport, and while it is in our supermarkets, restaurants and homes. And what the rats and mice don’t eat, they spoil by contaminating it with their urine, feces, or fur. In our buildings, rodents damage doors, floors, ceilings and walls as a result of their burrowing and gnawing activity. They also regularly gnaw on various utility pipes and electrical wiring, which has resulted in explosions, indoor flooding, fires, equipment malfunctions, and power shortages.

Rodents have been responsible for, or implicated in, the spread of various diseases to people and domestic animals, especially in years past. Today however, because of sanitation, effective drugs and rodent and insect control programs, the disease threat from rodents is not as significant as it once was. In fact the spread of disease by rodents is often not the primary reason for their control.

But because of the habits of rodents (traveling and dwelling in sewers, garbage, etc.), there are still cases of human and animal diseases being transmitted by mice and rats, and there is also the constant potential of disease outbreaks, which can be intensified and accelerated by rodents in cities where rats and mice live in close proximity to people. In the United States alone, over 120 million dollars are spent every year on rodent control programs.


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