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Do you hear alarming scratching, running and noises in the attic? Have you recently noticed a foul odor around your house? If yes, you may be having wildlife issues with skunks, bats, raccoons and squirrels turning your home into theirs. It’s time you did something about this as if ignored, wildlife at home becomes more a problem than a nuisance. (517) 455-7910

Wildlife has to be removed professionally, which is where we can help. We are available 24/7 for all the wildlife removal services you require like removing dead animals, animal exclusion work and humane trapping. We also provide additional services like cleaning and restoring your atticbat guano and raccoon feces removal and skunk proofing your deck(517) 455-7910

Raccoon Removal

Do you have raccoons climbing on your roof? If yes, they spell big trouble as they can tear through even brand new roofs in a few minutes, to leave an opening for water to enter. Besides, the last thing you need to happen is raccoons entering your chimney through an unsecured damper plate and giving birth there. Squirrels and birds too may accidentally fall into the chimney, and need help to get out or end up dying a painful death to leave a putrid smell in your home.

We can help get rid of raccoons if you have a raccoon infestation. We not only remove them, but also use effective raccoon control measures to prevent future infestations. Any attic clean out services we perform will be covered by your insurance company.

Bat Control & Exclusion

Did you know that a bat needs only a crack as big as a matchbook to infest your home? You know you have bats at your home if there’s strong ammonia smell of accumulated urine and guano.

Bats are protected by federal law, which is why it’s illegal to harm or kill them. This is why bats can be removed only at specific times of the year. We keep this in mind while providing bat control solutions to not only get rid of bats and control colonies, but also to keep them out for good. We will restore your attic insulation with your insurance company upon removing the bats.

Squirrel Removal Services

Squirrels can easily enter your attic by pushing through light screens, and once they make your home theirs, you may end up facing two squirrel intrusions in a year as squirrels deliver their litters twice a year.

Skunk Trapping & Control

Skunks are not only smelly, but are also messy as they leave huge heaps of dirt wherever they go, and create havoc and destroy lawns while looking for food. Birds are no less a headache as they build so many nests in your attic, and some may even die amidst the nests and leave a foul smell in your home.

Dead Animals & Complete Solutions

No matter what the infestation may be, our wildlife control technicians are available emergency 24/7 to handle all kinds of wildlife removal emergencies. We provide all types of immediate wild help like humane trapping solutions, animal exclusion work, wildlife relocation, raccoon damage repair and clean up, squirrel control/removal, bat removal solutions, skunk control/removal, dead animal removal, opossum removal, bird nest removal and prevention and much more

Tips And Info About A Raccoons Behavior That Will Surprise You

Anyone that lives near a forested area in North America is probably familiar with raccoons. They’re pretty animals that seem to be very intelligent and exhibit traits that make them appear to be human-like in several different ways. They aren’t afraid of humans and love to come onto porches and patios to eat whatever we put out for them, but are they good pets? Are they dangerous to have around your home? Should you be feeding them? Let’s take a look at some info about a raccoons behavior, where they prefer to live, and what they like to eat.

Although They Are The Size Of A Dog, They’re More Closely Related To Bears

They really look as though they could be related to foxes, they have similar facial features, but bears seem to be their genetic closest relatives. Their name comes from the phrase “washer dog” because of their habit of washing most of their food in water before they eat it.

Most people don’t realize that raccoons can purr, similar to a cat and their growl also sounds a lot like a cat growl too. They hiss, more like an opossum, plus make a small whinny sound, like a horse with a towel over its nose. They can be very vocal, but just like our good friends, dogs, and cats, some of them are and some aren’t on an individual basis.

One very human characteristic is their use of their small paws just like human hands. They are very nimble and can be taught to do a lot of tricks just like a human child would. They will also surprise any human captors by being able to open a cage lock, untie a shoelace or rope, and can easily pick up dimes or even be taught to retrieve them from pockets. Researchers have tested their basic intelligence and decided that they are smarter than cats and almost as smart as a small monkey.

Raccoons Can Be Good Pets, But There’s A Catch

If you look on the internet, you’ll find stories of how great little pets raccoons can be, and then horror stories on how they should be left outside in the wild. Of course, there are several sides to the story.

You should never try to make a pet out of a wild raccoon, they’ve already developed habits that make it nearly impossible to domesticate them. If you do decide to get one, it’s best if you get it from a breeder or at least get a very small baby that is used to being held by a human since shortly after birth. They like to bite, a lot like that little kitten you’ve had, but they may not grow out of it. They have very sharp teeth and can easily pierce through the skin. That’s the bad info about a raccoons behavior you should be aware of.

They can live long lives, up to 15 years, and they’ll need care just like a dog or cat if you want to go on vacation. You can’t just throw them outside and expect them to learn how to fend for themselves after being domesticated. Luckily, they like a variety of fruits, vegetables, dog food, and chicken, so they are easy to find food for and can eat many of the same foods as humans.

If you have some raccoons living near your home, you can feed them, but it develops into a bad habit for them and can cause problems. They’ll get used to getting free food and not foraging for their own then if you move away and stop feeding them, they could actually starve. Plus, when feeding local raccoons, you’ll end up with far more of them over time, and you’ll be stuck buying more food than you ever wanted to for your furry and friendly forest friends.