Pathfinder Pest Control Rodents, Rodent Control, & Rodent Removal Tusla, Sand Springs, & Broken Arrow OK
Rodents carry diseases and can create damage to property training through walls electrical wires and even start fires.Our friendly exterminators know just what to do when encountering a rodent infestation in Tulsa.
Our rodent exterminating service includes:
Checking your home for entrances and exits points for mice and rodents of all sizes.
Trap, Bait & Repellent
Our exterminators use specialized traps, baits and repellents in certain areas of the home to repel the pest and if an infestation is already established to trap and kill any remaining pest inside.
We offer a light exclusion service meaning that we will sell up cracks and crevices where mice and rats can possibly enter.
The two most common species of rat found invading Tulsa area properties are the roof rat and Norway rat. When it comes to mice commonly found in Oklahoma there are four different species. Southern Plains woodrat, Fulvous harvest mouse, Hispid pocket mouse and Texas mouse
The brown rat, also known as the common rat, street rat, sewer rat, wharf rat, Hanover rat, Norway rat, Norwegian rat and Parisian rat. It is a widespread species of common rat.
The black rat, also known as the roof rat, ship rat, or house rat, is a common long-tailed rodent of the stereotypical rat genus Rattus, in the subfamily Murinae. It likely originated in the Indian subcontinent, but is now found worldwide. The black rat is black to light brown in colour with a lighter underside.
Fulvous Harvest Mouse
The fulvous harvest mouse is a species of rodent in the family Muridae. The Fulvous Harvest Mouse is the largest and most brightly colored.
Southern Plains Woodrat
The Southern Plains woodrat is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found in northwest Mexico and in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas in the United States.
Hispid Pocket Mouse
The hispid pocket mouse is a large pocket mouse native to the Great Plains region of North America. It is a member of the genus Chaetodipus.
The Texas mouse (Peromyscus attwateri) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas in the United States. This species is named in honor of Henry Philemon Attwater.
The Texas mouse is nocturnal and active all year. This mouse finds concealment in crevices and cavities adjacent to trees among cliffs, and locates its nests of dry plants and grasses.