No matter where you live, you can have a problem with wild Oakland County animals. In the city rats,
mice, squirrels, feral cats and dogs, pigeons and bats are some of the creatures that can
find their way into your yard and home. In rural areas the list gets even longer with opossums,
raccoons, skunks, moles, voles, weasels and gophers added to the list. If you live in a highly
forested or extremely remote area you may also have to contend with bears, big cats, alligators,
or other large predatory Michigan animals. Whether it is large or small, once you determine you have a problem
with wild animals, you want to solve it. First you will see or hear the tell tales signs of animal
infestation. Maybe there are holes in your yard, chew marks in you dry wall, strange droppings
scattered about, or odd noises in your attic. Whatever first clued you in gives you the first
bit of information to use in identifying the culprit. Once you know what you have, you can decide
how to deal with it. When removing a wild Michigan animal from the equation, before it becomes a DIY project,
consider these factors.
Size of the animal- Is it small like Oakland County mice or rats that I can just set traps for?
Location of the nest(s) - Will I have to climb into my attic or under my porch or some other dangerous area to chase it out?
How many are there? And do they have babies (this makes even a mouse vicious)?
Is there real danger involved- Is it vicious? (Most territorial Michigan animals are!) Does it carry diseases?
Is it too large for me to handle? (Banging a pot to scare off bears only works every time in the movies!)
Do I really want to deal with any of these problems when I can pay a trained Michigan professional?
Hiring a licensed, trained Oakland County professional animal removal service gives you the peace of mind knowing that this person will get the job done quickly, efficiently, and with minimal mess and fuss. They will have the tools and knowledge to handle your animal invader. These professionals are bonded to further protect you and your property and most not only remove the animals, but also the awful mess they leave behind. A trained Michigan professional can also give you advice on how to prevent re-infestation. You turn to professionals for other services like plumbing and electrical work on your home. Let a trained animal removal specialist take care of your problem, and know the job will be done right.
Visit our Oakland County wildlife removal home page to learn more about us.