The toronto mouse problem and what to do about it

Posted by on August 15, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The toronto mouse problem and what to do about it

As with any other city growing and developing, there are certain situations and conditions that may provide for the development of mice.  Toronto is no exception.  For the past six years, the city has reported problems with mice, especially in businesses.

This represents a health issue since these vectors spread many diseases, some of them lethal.  This pest is hard to control and it has probably been found in your local store.

Last month, Toronto health authorities closed an entire market where mice eating sweets were caught.  The mice were filmed by a bypasser through the window as mice were feeding on the pastry.  So, now we know there is a mouse problem in Toronto.  But what do we do about it?

The answer could be simpler than one could think.

Legislative Procedures

One might think that a city like Toronto where you still can find pest infestations like the one in this market should not be suffering such a thing.  After all, when we promote our city, we try to entice visitors by showing them what we do.

It stands to shame to have one of these tourists come over and find nasty mice at the restaurant they were recommended.  This is why the government should legislate in favor of preventing the proliferation of mice.

Now, there actually is a Law that protects Toronto residents from catching a mouse infestation.  The owner of the establishment in the above market are facing prosecution.   The province’s food premises legislation have sanctions against those that voluntarily or not, allow or promote the population of critters considered a pest and a health issue for citizens.

However, I believe that the approach to fighting these small but powerful enemies should more up front.

Professional Pest Control

Not even bringing in all the mice to the plaza and sacrificing them all would make us free from the infestation issue.  You see, mice have a very short gestation period and usually produce large broods.  The chances of catching them all are near to impossible.

The best approach is to, first, clean all cellars, storage rooms, or anything similar from top to bottom.  Mice like to live in the filth.  If you spot a mouse at an establishment, this might give you an invitation to imagine what their storage rooms might be like.

If you decide to get rid of mice in Toronto, the process has to be among all citizens.  Scientifically, finding ways to eliminate the plague is feasible.  But it does no good to eliminate the enemy if citizens will be raising more inside their bodegas.

When getting rid of adult mice, you should hire the best pest removal in town.  Good luck.