When faced with rodents, one can sometimes be desperate to find an effective way to capture them. These animals are smart enough to hide well and not be easily caught by the traps we set. We sometimes go back and forth unnecessarily to check if we have any catches. Connected traps really make life easier for people facing these hassles.


Coypu and muskrats only live near bodies of water. So if you have a body of water, such as a small lake, on the property, it is likely that you will encounter this problem. One of the drawbacks of traditional rodent traps was the need to move regularly to check their effectiveness. With connected trap technology, this step is only essential if you have a catch. You can buy one online to catch a coypu or muskrat. The operation of the device is very simple. It is equipped with a GPS that will give the exact position of your cage. With a small sensor, it captures movements, the device linked to a wireless network alerts you as soon as the trap door of the cage is closed. You can manage all this using the web application or mobile application of the device designer. The alert you will receive will come via SMS or the mobile application. Generally, the autonomy of the device can last one year. From now on, no need to worry. Faced with these rodents whose intelligence is growing, we now have ingenious pest traps to match them. Most pest control companies have started using this technology. It is available to both businesses and individuals. No matter where your rodent is, it will be caught.


First of all, before getting into a fight, you have to know your opponent. The type of trap and bait to use depends on the type of rodent you are facing. To recognize the type of rodent living in your home, refer to their droppings. Rat droppings are almost sausage-shaped and measure 1 to 2 cm. For mice, it measures only 0.5 cm with sharp edges. Squirrel droppings are 1 cm long and have rounded edges. Once you have identified the type of rodent you need to eliminate, you can select the appropriate bait. One of the best baits to give your stowaway rodent is the food it has stolen. Pretty simple, you might say. You always bait best with what the target likes best. Also determine the right time to deploy your trapping device. To prevent squirrels from breeding, for example, consider capturing them in late spring and early winter. It's time to set up the pest trap. Pay attention to the size of the cage you will use to capture your rodent. Rats are wary by nature and if the size of your cage doesn't fit him, he'll sense the danger right away. In addition, rats are able to communicate with each other by emitting odors. This will alert other rats to the danger and your coypu trap will not work.


There are simple, natural methods to keep rodents out of your home. To avoid having to set your pest traps, the good old technique that always works is to have a cat in the house. In the food chain, the cat is superior to them. They fear it so they won't dare come near your home. Another grandmotherly method is mints. Plant them around the house. Rodents don't like the smell of these plants that humans love. To their great misfortune, but for our great pleasure, grow different varieties of mints. This will delight both your eyes and your sense of smell. For those who "are not very cat-like, but rather dog-like", don't panic. There are dogs dedicated to hunting rodents that can help you in this task. They have been around for centuries and faithful as they are, they will also be there for you. But these beasts are not as effective as plants. Another one of those beautiful plant beings they don't like, the fritillaries. You can plant them in your lawn, in the flower beds or put them in pots to keep your garden and balcony safe from rodents. Technology is always at the service of man. You can also install ultra-sound repellents in your garden. There is no risk of disturbance to you because the sound is inaudible to the human ear. On the other hand, any rodents that may be roaming around will move to more peaceful areas.


You can take advantage of all that the cat, the great rodent enemy, has to offer. To keep these little animals out of your home, try using old socks filled with cat litter soiled with their urine. You place it on the walkways that your rodents use. But this is for outdoor use only. It's not rocket science to get rid of rodents, even without a muskrat trap. With the help of hot pepper, you can make an excellent repellent for these rodents. For 1.25 liters of cold water, you will use one large hot pepper. Bring it to a boil and let it reduce by a third. You can spray the liquid with a sprayer on paving stones, along the walls of the garden and anywhere else where these beasts are likely to be rampant. Good smells really aren't a rodent's best friend. Just like mint, the smell of eucalyptus will annoy these animals. You can plant some and also make a few piles of leaves here and there to scare them away.

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