Humanity is said to be kept in place because of the laws and rules we must adhere to because with it there would be chaos. Sadly, rats and mice do not fall into the category of species governed by the law. One interesting case our team came across was when a rodent problem caused worry to a man of the law.
The client, an Officer, was hearing noises in the master bedroom ceiling and walls. Our team got to the venue and quickly got to work by following standard procedure. The property inspection identified fruit trees on the side and rear boundary with evidence of rat faeces on fence railings.
Our technician installed bait stations on the fence perimeter and one in the garage with mouse faeces located in it.
The client was concerned about secondary poisoning for her dog. As such we utilised only appropriate chemicals and located them away from dog access areas.
It is apparent that the rats have moved in about the same time as the Melbourne weather started to cool. Like all animals, they are looking for a safe and warm haven for their family and the local food source at this property provided a great harbourage.
We expect the baiting program to manage this pest problem for the officer of the law. Rats and mice have been plaguing some cities and we believe it to be our duty to protect people from any potential harm.