Don't Hurt That Cute Little Animal◀ Back To Blog
January 14, 2016
So, you take the trash out the back door one night and come face to face with a large furry raccoon with big eyes shining in the darkness. Sure, you'd probably prefer to not be scared half to death or have that creature spreading your garbage all of the lawn, but if you're like most people, you don't want to hurt that cute little animal. You just want him to be somewhere else.
What can you do if wildlife has invaded your home or yard? Do they need to be killed? Will a professional hurt the animal that needs to be removed? Well, if you call Thomas Pest Services, the answer is a resounding, No.
Humane Removal of Wildlife Animals
Thomas offers full-service wildlife control solutions using only the most humane animal removal and environmentally responsible techniques available. We understand that many people who have tender hearts do not want to see an animal harmed or killed, but we also understand just how damaging and dangerous wildlife pests can be if allowed to live in or near a home.
Wild animals don't only pose a threat to pets and items outside, if they manage to get inside, they can cause significant damage and spread illness. Animals are known to chew on wires inside wall voids which can be a real fire hazard. They also chew holes in walls and roofs and can damage items stored in attics, cellars, or crawl spaces. They may destroy insulation, which can cause heat loss and increased heating bills. Not to mention the fact that wildlife can carry disease-causing bacteria in their fur and feces and urine. It simply is not a good idea to allow animals to live in, or too close to, your home.
What to expect from Thomas
Thomas's licensed wildlife control professionals are specially trained. The first thing they will do when called upon to remove wildlife is INSPECT. This thorough inspection will answer questions such as:
What is causing the noises?
Where is the animal living?
How is it getting in?
What can be done about it?
And how can this be prevented in the future?
After the initial inspection, it is time to remove the animal in the most humane way possible. We do this with humane baiting and trapping methods. Once the animal or animals are carefully removed - then come the repairs. Thomas professionals will place a barrier to pest proof and guard against future infestation. We also clean and sanitize any area that has droppings, urine, nesting, or food where the animal was living. Finally, any additional entry points or damage will be taken care of.
So there you have it. If you need wildlife removed from your property, but you don't want to see anyone get hurt, the professionals here at Thomas Pest Services will be more than happy to help with that.