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We are a professional animal removal company headquartered in Hammond, and servicing all of Lake County, IN. We solve problems with wild critters in the home and around the property. We handle animals such as squirrels, raccoons, skunks, rats, mice, opossums, and even snakes,
bats, and birds. We most commonly receive calls about scratching sounds in your attic, or digging in your lawn, or many other critter problems. We not only remove animals, but we provide a wide array of services, from animal damage
repairs, preventative home repairs, attic cleaning, and more. We are fully licensed and insured in Indiana, and we answer our phones 24/7. Call us now at (219) 228-4381 for a free price quote and to schedule a same-day or
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Critter control and our wildlife service have years of experience of bringing quality service to residential and commercial areas in our city. Wildlife control, animal removal, damage repairs, animal prevention, and insulation replacement are what our professional specializes. As research shows, urban areas provide excellent habitats for wild animals like raccoons and mice. Most of the pests are nocturnal and often scavenged in the night. When they find a way inside your property, they will instantly become a nuisance that will cause damage to your property and the possibility of getting diseases is high when they're not dealt with immediately. Our philosophy in the business results in the most effective and safe solutions while achieving long term strategies for sustainable control. A wildlife problem in your property can cause serious problems other than just keeping you awake at night. Rodents like mice, squirrels, and raccoons will often chew on electrical wires and leave feces or urine that will lead to the deterioration of your home. Your health is also at risk when these wild animals are present inside your property. If you suspect that you have an animal that is leaving inside your property, you should call us quickly for a free inspection. The sooner that they're dealt with, the lesser damage that they will cause!
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Facts about rat and mouse teeth
Mammals have 4 types of teeth that differ in size and color.Most people think mice and rats are the same. They look alike, but they are not the same, but rats and mice have many similarities, like they have an equal number of teeth.
They came under the same classification on the basis of their shape and lower jaw. Both of them are kept in Muroidea super-family. Animals that are even slightly different from them they are kept in a different family.
In the below, you will find the facts about the rat and mouse teeth.
With the help of dental formula, you can describe how many teeth they have on both sides’ means above and down as humans have. The first number shows the number of teeth which they have at the top jaw, while the second number shows the number of teeth at bottom jaws. The total number of teeth in mice and rats is 18, including their top and bottom jaws. They have four teeth at the front that are visible to us; they have two premolars at the midway and six on the back of their mouth.
These are front and long teeth of the mice with open roots that mean they can grow throughout the life span. A mice or rat chew enough to keep them down, it means they do not want them to overgrow. Rat and mice both can get into trouble if the incisors get longer. A rat or mice that did not chew properly can face the overgrown issue.
The rat has dark yellow or orange-yellow color teeth. The cause of their yellow teeth did not mean they eat acidic food, or they have poor hygiene. They have this color because of the excessive presence of pigmentation; that’s why their color turns into yellow. Like a rat, mice also have yellow teeth, but as compare to rats, their teeth are hidden, so we can not notice this thing easily.
As compared to mice, rats have larger teeth. Even by watching an object or fruit, you can easily recognize either it was eaten by mice or rats. The object with the rat-bite will have a deep mark as compared to the mice. A rat leaves almost a deep mark of 1/8 inch. While when you see the mice marks, they will be like small scratches. They did not have the power to leave a mark deeply.
Monophyodont Refers to the animal that has only one set of teeth throughout life. Unlike human (they got the teeth twice in their life; first, they got child teeth that ends with the age of 6 or 7 and then got the permanent teeth) they do not have 2 sets of teeth. Both mice and rat have only one set of teeth that comes when they were babies and will remain the same throughout their adult life.