PEST CONTROL GESTION PARASITAIRE EXTERMINATION
Most commonly known in Canada as the Norway Rat, it is a brown or grey with a body up to 25 cm (10 in) long and a tail of similar length. The male can weigh on average 350 g (12 oz) and the female can weigh 250 g (9 oz).
The Norway rat is nocturnal and is a good swimmer, these rats are capable of producing ultrasonic vocalizations. The Norway rat can breed during the year if conditions are livable, with a female producing up to five times a year, each time bringing in up to 14 pups.
Scratching and chewing sounds in the walls of your home at night, can mean you have an infestation of rats. Other signs include droppings and urine, burrows or holes in and around foundation walls, or tracks on dusty surfaces. Also their droppings are the size of capsules.