EXCLUSION & REMOVAL


Why should you choose us to remove animals? Every situation is different and we will develop an individual action plan for every customer, whether it be for a residential or a commercial location. Are you frightened of leaving your own home? If your property is being invaded by unwanted animals, daily life can become a struggle. It's scary to encounter animals up close and personal.

If you have an unwanted animal pest problem, please give us a call and let us handle the problem for you.

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FAQS


1What to do when you encounter a snake?
It’s is important to remember that snakes are not usually aggressive, and most of them are non-venomous. If you stay away from them, they will stay away from you. When you see a snake make sure to keep any animals and children away from the snake, and contact a professional to take care of the problem professionally. Our experts are fully qualified to take care of your snake removal needs properly and without harming the snake.
2What kind of snake should I watch out for?
1. Southern Pacific Rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus helleri)
2. Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus)
3. Red Diamond Rattlesnake (Crotalus ruber)
4. Colorado Desert Sidewinder (Crotalus cerastes laterorepens)
3How Do I Recognize a Rattlesnake?
1. A triangular head tapering off to a narrow neck
2. Fangs that fold back
3. Elliptical pupils (cat’s eye), instead of round pupils
4. Usually a rattle at the end of the tail
4What to look for if you see a skunk?
If you see a skunk in the daytime or if it looks disheveled, this skunk could be sick or infected with rabies. Call a professional immediately and keep your pets and family members away from the skunk until help arrives. The skunk could become aggressive so do not try to approach it on your own. Needless to say you should call a skunk removal company if you see a skunk around your home regularly. However a skunk is one of the biggest carriers of the rabies virus and you should never interact with a skunk. You should also never leave food outdoors for your pets. If one of your pets merely comes in contact with skunk saliva it too can be infected with rabies. One of the most common ways pets become infected with rabies is through a shared food source with a skunk, raccoon or other wild animal.

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