Animal Removal Port St. John, FL

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Voted Port St. John’s Best Wildlife Control – Here’s Why

Best quality of nice, honest, professional service. Highest quality of work, and 100% success rate. Lowest prices. That’s what I stick to. Here’s my story: I run a one-man wildlife control business here in Port St. John. I take your call on my cell phone 24/7. Go ahead and call me on a Sunday night! I will come help you. I’m the one who comes to your house, and I’m the one who personally solves your wildlife problem. I work all hours, and I almost always can make a same-day appointment, and if not, next day. I show up on time, I have no hidden fees or hidden agenda like many other companies, and I just plain do the work right, at a fair price. That’s it.

Here’s a list of Melbourne FL Wildlife Pro’s most common Port St. John animal removal services

Removal of animals from attics of Port St. John homes with no-return guarantee.

Complete rodent (rat & mouse) control with permanent results
Humane wildlife trapping – from raccoons to armadillos & more
Emergency wildlife removal – from snake in the pool to bat in the house
Dead animal removal inside and outside, and odor control services
Wildlife damage repairs – I find out how they got in, and fix it
Preventative services to make sure that animals don’t come back
Attic cleanup and animal waste, and decontamination services
Bat colony removal, and pigeon and bird control and prevention

raccoon removal service

 

What Attracts Raccoons


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Whenever I talk with people on the phone and they are trying to figure out where Palm Bay Florida is I always tell them, "You know, it's about 45 minutes south of the place where they launch the rockets" and they immediately know where I'm talking about. That's just one of the advantages of living on the Space Coast of Florida.

There is hardly a person in the United States and very few in the world that don't at least have some knowledge of the Space Coast and where "the rockets" are launched from. Growing up as a kid in Brevard County it was a great privilege to be able to walk out into our back yard and watch the rocket launches that would take men to the moon and eventually the Shuttle launches that would take astronauts to the International Space Station. Not too many people in the world get to see that.

Beyond rocket launches the Space Coast has advantages that are attractive to more than 500,000 people who live in Brevard County. The beaches are a major attraction for many people as sun worshippers and surfers start flocking to the ocean in March every year. Some of the more famous beaches are Sebastian Inlet Beach, Indialantic Beach and of course Cocoa Beach, home of the hit TV show of the late 60's, I Dream Of Jeannie.

For more big time entertainment and culture, the Space Coast is situated so that Orlando and everything that goes with it is just a 1 hour to 45 minute drive from anywhere in Brevard County.

With so much to enjoy and access to many activities, recreation, beautiful weather and more, the Space Coast of Florida is one of the best places to live in the nation. If you ever get the chance to see a Shuttle launch and spend time in any of Brevard County's many quaint communities you will be hooked and then you to may want to call the Space Coast home.

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Rabid Raccoon- Raccoons & Rabies


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Even if you live in a neighborhood that appears to only have domesticated animals roaming about, such as dogs and cats, you could run into an undomesticated animal that you do not want hanging around your house. For this reason, wildlife removal is a good service to know about, as many animals are too wild to take on by yourself. If you can find information about individuals or companies that offer this service in your area, it is wise to keep their number on file.

If you live in the desert, you may find that the occasional javelina, coyote, or bobcat may make its ways into your neighborhood and near your home. Living near the woods makes it possible to see bears, wolves, and similar dangerous creatures in plain view near your yard. No matter where you live, you may encounter raccoons, opossums, squirrels, and large reptiles near you. If this should happen, protect yourself, your family, and your pets from such potential threats by calling a professional for wildlife removal.

Many people are tempted to try to capture and remove creatures on their own, but attempting this is not usually wise without training and experience. Not only can you get hurt, but you also have no idea if there are more of the type of animal still residing near where the one you captured came from. Remember that even the most harmless-looking creatures can get downright nasty when they feel threatened, scared or cornered. A good company will not only remove the animal, but also look for signs of others nearby, as well as damage that it may have caused to your house or property. Let the professionals trained in removal take care of this dangerous task for you.

  • Bat Removal and Exclusion

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Raccoon in Chimney - if You've Got One in Your Chimney or Fireplace


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We all like to satisfy our winter needs for a warm, safe place with plenty of food in the pantry. But so do rodents and other animals. When these pests intrude on our property, it becomes a situation much like kicking out the unwelcome kid next door who is constantly coming over and staying past dinner, and insists on using everything in your house for his own purposes. There are three types of animals to watch out for as it gets colder out: rats, raccoons, and opossums.

Rats

The general types of these rodents that exist in your home can include the Norway rat, the roof (or black) rat and the house mouse. Roof rats usually stake out attics or cabinets and can climb quite well. Norway rats choose to live in the ground by digging burrows against foundations, tree trunks, and gardens. Their burrows can lead into crawl spaces and small openings around pipes which can enable them to inhabit your kitchens and bathrooms.

No matter the type of rat that lives in your home, you can be sure that it will be attracted to any food item you have in your pantry, especially high-quality food products such as meat and fresh grain. If you have pets, be extra cautious about foods being left out, because rats will smell and detect dog food that is sitting out.

Rats need one-half to one fluid ounce of water everyday when consuming dry foods. They have extremely sharp senses of taste, hearing, and smell. Once they are aware of what is within their reach and given their keen senses, rats will do anything to get to food or shelter. Overall, rats are able to enter a building through openings that are wider than half an inch across. Rats have a very short life span -- most die within a year. However, rats can breed rapidly, so even though they die off quickly, their young will survive them. Female rats produce five or six litters of about half a dozen to a dozen young each year.

Preventing Animal Pests

Here are some ways you can prevent those pesky raccoons and opossums from entering your property:

  • Spray a non-chemical solution over the areas where these animals are prone to dig or consume food. This will leave a bad taste in their mouths and will discourage it from going to the same place to cause trouble.
  • Use a non-drying glue when animals are climbing your bird feeder poles. Once the raccoon or opossum gets the glue from the pole on their paws, it will usually irritate them enough to discourage them from climbing the pole again.
  • Implement a 24/7 motion detector near your fish pond. The motion detector will be able to detect the animal when it is in its range. The detector is non-chemical and will release a three-second spray of water to scare the pest away.

For raccoons and opossums who are already inhabiting your home, trapping with a bait (usually meat) is the most effective and viable way to get rid of them. However, you should only handle raccoons and opossums if you are an experienced handler. If you are not sure what to do, the best idea is to call an animal removal service. Anteater Pest can send a trained professional out to the property to identify, inspect and design a program for you. The Exclusion portion of Anteater's Rodent Service is designed to:

  • Identify rodent and rodent damage
  • Inspect conditions conducive to rodents
  • Seal/Close entry and exit points
  • Install traps
  • Return and remove traps
  • Include a 1 Year renewable warranty

Once you are armed with the right facts and materials, you should be able to handle rodents quickly and efficiently before they overstay their welcome in your home and ruin your holidays.

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