Professional Wildlife Removal and Animal Control Services
Have a nuisance wildlife species invading your home? Find local local wildlife removal and animal control services in your area. We'll help you find a Wildlife Management Pro who can help you with armadillos, bats, birds, dead animals, mice, moles, possums, raccoons, rats, skunks, snakes, squirrels, and more. Use our nationwide directory of animal control service professionals for 2023 to solve your wildlife problem today!
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Removing rats from your home is no easy task. Wildlife Management Pro expert technicians set and bait local and federally approved traps to solve your rat problem quickly and efficiently. Once trapped, the rats will be removed from your home and properly disposed. Any dead rats not caught in traps will be taken care of as well, and all surfaces affected will be sanitized. During this process your technician will also seal up any holes that rats are using to enter the home and repair any damage caused by rats to comsetic elements of your home, as well as functional ones. Rats love to chew and gnaw at electrical wiring, water pipes, and baseboards. We'll have your home looking and functioning like new in no time.
When raccoons enter the home or attic space, it's usually because there is damage to the exterior the home that is allowing them to enter. In addition to removing the raccoons using live traps, Removing the Raccoon Poop from the attic, your technician can also recommend the type of repairs necessary to keep raccoons out of the home, or do the repairs for you to save you valuable time and money. Often times an entry point to attic space isn't the only cause of raccoons inside the house. Open garbage cans and an abundance of their natural food outside can draw raccoons to the home. Our experts will help you make a plan to discourage raccoons from coming near the physical building of your home.
Bats are useful creatures to have around the home. They can eat up to 600 of thos pesky mosquitoes in a day! However, they belong outside and should not be making a colony in your attic. If you are hearing flapping or scratching sounds from the ceiling and you've spotted a few bats near your roofline, you're going to need to contact a Wildlife Management Pro to do a full-service bat removal, cleaning, and restoration of your attic. The guano left behind by a colony can do thousands of dollars of damage to drywall and insulation and not only bring down the value of your home, but also negatively affect your health. Contact a specialist at the first sign of bats in the home to dramatically reduce the costs of repair and healthcare associated with bat infestations.
These little stinkers can wreak havoc on your lawn and garden, as well as make unpleasant odors that you don't want anywhere near your family or guests of your home. Curious dogs and cats that play in the yard, as well as children, are often sprayed directly by skunks, which can cause permanent damage to your pets and little ones if not cleaned properly and immediately. There are several methods our professionals use to remove skunks from the yard, including live trapping, exclusion, and where legal, extermination.
Possums can't see very well, but they sure know how to get around a yard, especially if it's fenced in. They like to follow along the fenceline and the edges of your home to make their way around and find insects to eat in the ground. That means they're going to be leaving their urine and droppings in those areas. Household pets can contract zoonotic diseases from possum waste and pass them to humans, including leprosy. It's important that you keep possums out of the yard by repairing fences with damage or filling in holes dug under them. Trained Wildlife Management Pros will perform a live trapping and remove the creatures, as well as make improvements around your yard to make sure they don't come back.