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Is this a question you've been asking lately? It is a good question. You'd think that with everything coming back to life, that mouse would want to be back out in nature where he belongs. But mice are commensal creatures. Unlike a parasite which lives in its host and does harm, commensal creatures…

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mice found in the wall of a pittsburgh home

Of all the species of mice and rats, there are only a handful that want to live in your house. And in winter, they are even more motivated. If you're hearing them knocking around in the walls, it might be time to get familiar with what threats they may pose to your family.

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mouse eating off the plate in a pittsburgh home

The most common rodent in many parts of the world is the house mouse. This light brown, or dusty gray mouse, with its cream colored belly, ranges from two and a half to three and a quarter inches long, and sports a thin tail that is as long as its body. Weighing in at 12 to 30 grams, most house mice…

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Home Pest Control Tips Pittsburgh

Have you thought about your New Year’s Resolutions for 2014? Many people choose to make changes to their immediate lifestyle; committing to losing weight, going to the gym more often or resolving to follow a healthier lifestyle in general. At Witt Pest Management, we would like to make a…

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Pittsburgh Pest Prevention For The Holidays

Thanksgiving will be here before you know it; have you started preparations? We know it’s a little early to buy all your holiday meal ingredients, but there are a few preparations that can be done now to assure you don’t spend your Thanksgiving alongside invading cockroaches, mice, rats…

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