top of page

Offering Effective Pest Removal Services to Your Homes and Businesses for Many Years

Book Our Pest Control, Wildlife Removal & Prevention Services

Your name*


Phone *



Mice Removal

With a recent surge in mice populations, we approach these pests in the most effective manner to eradicate them completely from your home or business. We understand pests can quickly become a big problem if left untreated. We visit your home or business in a timely manner and provide a thorough inspection to determine the most effective treatment method. During our thorough inspection, we will identify areas of mice activity based on evidence such as droppings and chewed baseboards. Our Pesticide Technicians will strategically position locked bait boxes in these areas for the best results. We use industrial-strength poison in our bait boxes which the mice only need to feed on once. The product makes the mice very thirsty, and they will typically go outdoors looking for water. This is the most effective way to treat a mice infestation. We will also identify entry points and either guide you to seal these yourself or provide a quote, and we can do it for you. Left untreated, two mice can quickly multiply into hundreds of mice! Automatic recall visits are available.

picture of a white mouse looking upwards
picture of a white mouse
picture of a brown mouse


Mice are generally nocturnal and are sensitive to bright lights. These little rodents have a superior sense of hearing, smell, taste and touch. They can memorize the locations of food, pathways and obstacles. They like to live in close proximity to humans whom they rely on for food and shelter. They remain close to their nest and to a food source.

Mouse droppings are 1/4″ seed-like. Their tracks are tiny 1/2″ prints with 4 toes on the front paw and 5 toes on the back paw. These nuisance critters in your house can damage inside walls, eat wiring and insulation, shredding paper, cardboard or clothing and chewing baseboards, doors, window panes and cabinets.

Did You Know?

Mice can memorize the locations of food, pathways and obstacles!

What You Need to Know About Mice

  • What is living under my shed?
    Look for signs of digging around the bottom of your shed (or gazebo, deck, sunroom, garage) and listen for sounds. Raccoons often make a den to have their babies under structures like this. Baby raccoons make chirping sounds. Notice any scents? It could also be a skunk or family of skunks as this is also very common in the Springtime.
  • Can I live trap?
    We do not live trap during baby season as removing the mother animal means the babies will not survive without her. It is not advisable or legal for you to live trap and move an animal.
  • Should I block the entry point?
    If you block an entry point and the animal has babies inside she will cause more damage making more entry points to get to her litter. Calling a wildlife removal specialist who can inspect and properly treat the issue is advisable.
  • What are these holes in my garden?
    Finding holes, tunnels and paths in your yard and garden likely means you have mice, rats or other rodents living there.
  • What’s that noise in my bathroom vent?
    If you’re hearing noises or smelling something foul from your vent birds have likely gotten in and made a nest. A wildlife professional can remove this and install a new animal proof vent.
  • Why do I see wasps but no nest?
    Wasps or hornets can make their nest inside your roof where you can’t see it – but you are seeing lots of wasps buzzing around! Having the nest sprayed will take care of it for you.
  • What’s that scratching sound?
    Where are you hearing it? In your ceiling/attic? It could be squirrels, raccoons, mice or rats.
  • Should I cut down my tree to stop animals from getting on my roof?
    A lot of people do this but raccoons and squirrels can climb right up the side of your house so cutting down your nice tree will not solve the problem.
  • How can we keep rodents out of our yard?
    Remove all food sources such as pet food, bird seed and composters. You can also purchase scented deterrents and noisemakers at most hardware stores.
  • Who do I call for a stray domestic animal?
    You would call your local kennel, animal rescue or city hall for advice.
  • Should I call 911 for raccoon sightings?
    You should never call 911 unless it is an emergency.
  • Who should I call for injured or orphaned wildlife?
    You should call a local animal rehabilitation centre or search for one at

Want to Get Rid of Mice?

We always try to find the most humane and least stressful options in removing the nuisance animals. Sometimes different animals, pests or situations may require different solutions. We are always prepared for whatever wildlife or pest issue you have.

Struggling with a Wildlife or Pest Problem?

Gunning Wildlife Removal & Pest Control is fully insured, certified and equipped to take care of your wildlife or pest issues. We offer affordable pest control solutions & for humane removal of wildlife.

bottom of page