Tulsa Rodent Exterminator

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Welcome! Tulsa Rodent Exterminator is a full-service rodent control company specializing in the permanent removal of mice and rats in Tulsa, OK. Whether you have a problem with mice in your attic, rats in your walls, or rodents scratching in your house, we can solve it! The key to PERMANENT rodent control lies in our inspection and preventative work - we seal the rats and mice out of your house forever, and we trap and remove them. We do not use poison! We answer our phone 24/7, and can schedule a same-day or next day appointment. Some of the services we offer include:

  • 100% Permanent Rodent Eradication
  • House, Roof, and Attic Inspections
  • Preventative Rodent Exclusion Repairs
  • Rodent Droppings Cleanup in Attic
  • Outdoor Rodent Population Abatement
  • Poison-free Rat and Mouse Extermination
  • Porch, Deck, or Shed Exclusion Barriers
  • Dead Rodent Removal - Walls or Attic

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rodent trapping Tulsa's Best Rodent Removal: Our rat killing company started out with a simple thought: 'What can we do to help others?'. Now, most people may assume bigger targets are the way to go but sometimes it's the little things that can make the best difference and we definitely knew what minor problem could actually create a big nuisance: Rodents. These pests like to get into every area and the biggest concern would always be diseases which is what makes them so undesirable to have around. Now that's where we come in with our specialized equipment and our specialized team. We've dealt with many different cases involving rodents so our confidence in our skill is not without reason as we know how to strike the root of the problem to stop the spread of the infestation as quickly as possible. Of course, our efforts would be to maintain an environment-friendly method so that the household or business would not be affected too much either. For this reason, we've not only skilled in dealing with the pests but we like to work hard with our customers as well so that we can have the satisfaction of fulfilling their wishes with our work. With our efficiency and skill, you won't need to worry about any rodents getting into your grain again or chewing through important wires. So just give us a call and we'll be over by your place in no time.

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Tulsa pest control

We Oklahoma's top experts in rodent control. We are not a typical Tulsa rat removal or pest control company. We don't treat rats or mice like insects, because they are not - they are mammals! You can't just use poison to get rid of them, like you can with insects. Unlike most Tulsa pest control, we focus on complete and permanent solutions. We don't just use poison every month. We solve your rodent problem forever, by following these steps:

  • Inspect the entire house, ground to roof, and the attic
  • Seal shut all entry areas, no matter how small, with steel
  • Set a dozen or more rat or mouse traps in the house and attic
  • Remove all rodents as they are caught and monitor for activity
  • Once there is no more activity and no more caught, we're done
  • When necessary, we clean rodent droppings, replace insulation, and repair chewed electric wires

Tulsa Rodent Removal Tip:

Do Rats Feel Pain?
Like all animals, rats can feel pain. As mammals, they have nervous systems equivalent to humans, albeit with specific differences. Therefore, they also have pain receptors and nerves capable of directly transporting the information from these receptors to the rat's brain. 

According to a study published in Applied Animal Behavior Science, if tickled or handled playfully, rats will better endure medical procedures. In contrast, when handled roughly or without compassion, the same rats fought against the procedure, displaying significantly more anxiety. 

How do rats show pain?
If someone puts a pin into your hand, you don't just feel the pain internally. You show it. Your face might scrunch up; you might scream or exclaim. Rats are no different. From experiments, we have learned that when in discomfort, the rat's eyes narrow, their ears become flattened, their cheeks will puff up, and their nose will swell. 

What was even more incredible was what happened when other rats saw.

Further experimentation found that rats experienced a deep empathetic connection to their fellow rodent's pain. These reactions weren't merely a physiological response. There was an evident ability to read visual cues and respond accordingly. 

What causes rats to feel another's pain?
Demonstrating empathy towards another when in pain isn't an exclusively human trait. In fact, many mammals display similar behaviors: rats amongst them.

Research from the Netherlands discovered that specific neurons – the cells that make up our nervous system – were active both when the rat experienced pain and when the rat observed another in distress. These so-called emotional mirror neurons were only able to respond to the pain of others and not fear. 

rodent trapping But the effects of empathy in rats goes far beyond pain.

Rodents often communicate with each other using high-pitched squeaks that humans are unable to hear. Moreover, they also form families and become emotionally attached to their kin. They take care of each other and express sympathy to the rat in pain. In some of these rodents, unable to tolerate the other's pain, they turn and flee.

Even more impressive, if you remove rats from their social support system – their friends and family members – they seem to experience sadness and longing. They will display great distress and often die upon being relocated. Rats don't like living alone. They're social creatures, just like us.

Implications for people
Beyond pure scientific curiosity, what does all this mean for humans?

Despite these incredible findings, rats remain significant vectors of disease. If allowed to breed, they can and will overrun an area, with females capable of producing hundreds of babies in a year. 

However, considering the high level of pain they feel, prolonging their agony should never be tolerated. Killing rats should be quick and harmless. Therefore, glue traps are a profoundly unethical method of rat removal, leaving the rat to starve and struggle for hours before being discovered. Snap traps do offer a much higher rate of success, and death is instantaneous. Though sometimes snap traps miss and only maim the rat, leading to a long and painful death. Electrocution traps are by far the best, delivering an enormous shock that guarantees a quick death.

Meanwhile, those who prefer to relocate rats should be wary of the outcome. Though it might seem more humane, the reality is that you are taking a rat far from its family and increasing the risk of being eaten by a predator. The success rate for rats after release is extremely low.

Considering the various factors, we must choose rat removal methods that aim to cause the least harm while still being effective. 

We service nearby towns such as Jenks, Glenpool, Sperry, Turley, Lotsee.