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Chandler Arizona Wildlife Control

Our company provides professional wildlife removal services in Chandler AZ and the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. We are humane animal trappers who specialize in home repairs and preventative techniques to keep critters away permanently. We are not a regular Chandler pest control or Chandler exterminator company - we handle raccoons, squirrels, bats, snakes, and rodents such as rats and mice without the use of poisons.

What is a Arizona house mouse’s mating habits? - The female Chandler house mice do have the estrous cycle of around four or six days the estrus period is for one day. When the females have been put in the place where they are crowded, they may not get the estrus period. When they get exposed to the urine of the male, they will get into the estrus period in 72 houses.

The male house mouse will court the female through emitting the characteristic ultrasonic calls of up to 110 KHz range. The calls will be even more frequent in the courtship when the male has found out the female and it has been following it. The calls will be coinciding with the mounting behavior. The males are induced in emitting the calls because of the pheromones of the female. The vocalization will appear to differ between different individuals and they are compared to the bird songs since they are complex. As we all know this fact that wild animals can’t be kept as pets, even then many of us have them at our home deliberately or sometimes, unfortunately!

This is the reason why, we all need a service to help us in getting rid of these wild animals if we are failed to do so by our own. When the females have the ability of producing the ultrasonic calls, they do in the mating period. After the copulation, the female Chandler mice are going to get the copulation plug that will prevent more copulation. This plug is not important for the pregnancy because the pregnancy may also take place without this plug.

The absence or the presence of the plug is not going to affect the litter in any way. The plug will stay in the place for over 24 hours. The gestation period is normally 19 up to 21 days and the litter can be around 3-14 young. The female may have around 5 to 10 litters every year. The Arizona mouse population may increase even faster. The breeding takes place in the entire year but the animals that live in the wild will not produce the litter in the cold month even if they are not known to hibernate. The pups will be born without the fur or the ears and they will be fully developed in 4 days and the fur will start to appear in six days while the eyes will be opened in 13 days. The pups will be weaned in 21 days. The house mice can be polygamous or monogamous.