Get Rid of Mice

Mouse infestations can cause damage and spread disease organisims.

We can treat all types of mouse problems. Mice dont need much food to sustain an infestation and over time they can spread quickly through your home or business.

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Covering Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire we offer an emergency mouse control service to solve your problem fast. Call today or book online to book an appointment with our fully trained pest control operators.

We offer a home call out service for mice in Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire.

Countrywide pest management offer a complete call out service to get rid of mice from your home.

We utilise a variety of products and techniques to ensure mice are removed swiftly.

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Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire

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More About Mice

The House Mouse. Latin/scientific name: Mus Musculus.

House Mice, Common Mouse

House mice originated in Asia but have since spread throughout the world. Along with brown rats, they are considered to be the most widespread terrestrial mammal other than humans.

Life span

Up to two years.


Body length: 6.5-10cm, Weight: 12-22g.

Physical Description

House mice have brown-grey fur, with slightly lighter under-parts. They have large ears, a pointed snout and a long tail.


Although they are thought to be native to Asia, house mice now have an almost worldwide distribution.


They are typically found in areas near to human habitation and open fields.


They feed on practically everything, but prefer to eat cereals and insects


House mice are nocturnal. Wild populations are poor competitors with other rodents, and are often displaced by other species when away from human habituation.

They are typically aggressive to each other, and fighting is common, although females have an aggression inhibiting hormone in their urine to prevent attack from other mice.

House mice build tunnel systems which may be a short tunnel with just one chamber or a complex network with several exits and chambers. Some of these chambers may contain bedding material.


Females produce about 5-10 litters per year, consisting of 4-8 young. The young are independent after 3 weeks.