Squirrel Removal Company in Troy, MI

Squirrel Trapping Service

Squirrel Exclusion Company

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Including Removal of:




Rats and Mice





Dead animals

Squirrel control is a major problem in Troy. It is a hazardous task and should never be handled by an inexperienced individual. Let the Troy wildlife control experts handle your animal removal needs, professionally and safely.

Professional Wildlife Removal Services is here to serve  Michigan and all of the Metro Detroit Area and handle your commercial and residential animal nuisance problem 24 hours a day. From snakes to moles to squirrels, we specialize in wildlife removal, rodent and animal control, and cleanup of damage caused by nuisance animals. We have years of experience and expertise in safely and humanely removing rodents and other wildlife from homes and offices and have many happy customers in all of Oakland County, MI

We are skilled animal removal specialists and are here to resolve your rodent problem. We are familiar with several species of problem animals and rodents and will tailor our service to your unique circumstances. In addition, we can tell you how the problem started and help you eliminate access as well as specific items in your home or yard that are attracting problem wildlife.

We can also help you with:

  • Cleaning up messes made by nuisance animals
  • Removing animals from walls and enclosures
  • Removal of dead animals
  • Poison-free animal trapping, ensuring animals do not decompose in your walls or attic

Emergency Animal Control Service for Troy and Oakland County

Troy, our animal removal service is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we would be glad to take your call and help you deal with any animal nuisance problem. Give us a call today!

Email From Student In Troy, MI

Learning Info about a Squirrels Habitat

This week in school we are learning about various animals that live in our areas. The teacher wants us to see how we are part of the ecosystem, just like the plants and animals around us.

One of the animals we are learning about is squirrels, and that’s the one I was assigned to learn about. They live everywhere in towns and cities, even though it doesn’t seem like any animal besides people would be happy in a city.

I have to write a report full of info about a squirrels habitat. I’m going to have to do some research, because I don’t think I know enough about where squirrels live in order to write a whole report. I guess that’s why the teacher gave me a homework assignment to do, so that I can learn something new by doing the work.

Once I write my report on squirrel habitats, I get to present it in front of the whole class to show them what I learned. I hope they are interested in learning about squirrels. I don’t want to get stuck giving a boring report.

I’m going to have to go to the library and ask the librarian for information about squirrels. That seems kind of silly, to have to research squirrels at the library. They’re so common. I’m used to using the library to learn stuff that’s more exotic than that.

I’m not even sure there’s that much to say about where squirrels live. I mean, all of the info about a squirrels habitat that I have now is just that they live in trees and eat acorns. What else do squirrels do?

I wonder if I can stretch out my report by talking about what kinds of trees squirrels like. Like maybe they prefer oak trees over pine trees because oak trees grow the acorns they like to eat. I don’t actually know if it’s true, but it sounds good.

I will admit that I’m interested in finding out how the squirrel’s habitat fits in with the habitat’s people live in. I know squirrels sometimes live in people’s attics, so I guess that counts as part of their habitat too.

I know they eat food that people leave out, too. I have seen squirrels going through dumpsters and trash cans to pull out discarded bread and other items. That’s another way we are part of the squirrel’s habitat, and a way that they are part of ours.

Now that I think about it, I guess I know a lot about squirrel habitats after all. It won’t be as hard to write this report as I thought it would be. It might actually be a little bit fun to learn some new things about squirrel habitats.

I’m thinking it will be interesting to see how my habitat fits with the habitats of the animals around me. I never thought of humans as having a habitat before now, and to think of how animals like squirrels fit into that habitat is really cool.

Our response

Thanks for the info, you seem to be very interested in squirrels. They are extremely interesting animals and are also very smart. You appear to be learning a lot about squirrels so keep it up. Keep us updated on how the report is going on good luck.