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09 / 13 / 17
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Tips To Keep Norway Rats Out Of Your Home

Norway rats are an invading species that can get inside your home in Hawaii. Believe us, you don’t want these rats roaming around wreaking havoc in your living space. Most people will shriek with fear or shudder to think there are rats nearby. Not only are they scary looking, but they are also dangerous to your health and they are known to do a lot of damage to homes and other buildings.

Tags: norway rats  |  norway rat prevention tips

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08 / 29 / 17
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Avoid Norway Rats’ Negative Impact on Business

We can all agree that no one wants to see a rat when they visit a business. It doesn't matter the size business, the services they offer, or the friendliness of the staff. If there are rats, people will not go back. Business owners must be on the lookout for Norway rats in Oahu, Honolulu, and parts of the Big Island. Your goal should be to avoid the negative impact Norway rats will have on your business.

Tags: norway rat prevention tips  |  damages and dangers caused by norway rats  |  commercial rodent control in hi

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02 / 07 / 17
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Are Rodents Dangerous?

According to the CDC, small rodents like squirrels, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, chipmunks, rats, and mice, are almost never found to be infected with rabies, and have not been known to transmit rabies to humans. But that is where the good news ends.

Tags: rodents  |  rodent control in Hawaii  |  rodents carry diseases and cause illnesses

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01 / 31 / 17
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Are Norway Rats Dangerous?

Millions cringe at the mere mention of them, and there have been horror movies dedicated to them. Just the thought of a city sewer system brings up the image in your mind of hordes of these creatures squealing and squabbling in layers of waste. We have depicted them as creatures that live only in dirty abandoned buildings, sewers, and dumpsters; but this is not accurate. These pests can also live in our homes, and when they appear there, they are a creature that makes us shudder or scream in fear. The Norway rat is only around 7-9 inches long and weighs about 12 ounces, but despite their small size, few would ever look at a rat and express anything but dread and disgust. The question is, “did the Norway rat earn its bad reputation?”

Tags: norway rats  |  rodent control hawaii  |  rodents carry ilnesses

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