Wildlife Control FAQ's
1: What animals, insects, birds, or reptiles do you control?
We are a full service wildlife removal company specializing in rat removal but also providing general animal, bird, or reptile control. We also provide insect control of all insects. For more information, view our full list of animals that we service.
2: What types of animals, birds or reptiles will you not service?
We service all wild animals, birds, reptiles, or even insects, but we do not provide trapping services for big game animals (ex. deer, elk, cougars, mountain lions, eagles, hawks, etc.) For these animals we only provide control services to keep them off of properties. This is done through the use of exclusionary fencing, blocking, hardware cloth, repairs, etc.
3: What cities and states do you service?
We are based out of Vero Beach FL but service cities nationwide through the utilization of professional trappers or wild animal control operators who provide animal, bird, reptile, or bug control. We also provide coaching services where service techs are not available. We utilize the telephone, call conferencing, and digital pictures sent over the Internet to see your animal problem and discuss the solution. Wherever you are, we can send animal control products, humane traps, and also bird and animal repellants.
4: Will you pick up a dead or injured animal?
Yes, we will pick up dead or injured animals. However, as we are a private compnay we do charge fees for any animals removed or picked up.
5: Do you provide animal control services for domesticated dogs or cats?
No, we will not offer any services for pets such as dogs and cats.
6: Do you rehabilitate injured birds, animals, or snakes?
Unfortunately, injured birds, animals, or reptiles don't usually survive. If you'd like to hire us to rehabilitate the bird, animal or reptile, we'd be happy to try to help you locate an animal rehabilitation service in your local area. You can always contact your local animal control for rehab services.
7: I’ve found a lost baby animal. Can you help me find its mother?
It’s best if you leave wildlife where you find it untouched, so that the mother can retrieve her offspring.