Orlando Florida Animal Control
24/7 Wildlife Removal provides a
complete array of pest wildlife services
for residential and commercial property
throughout the greater Orlando area,
plus Tampa, Jacksonville, and Boca. We
also provide commercial bat control
& removal state-wide. Whether you
have squirrels living in your attic, a
raccoon eating your pet's food, digging
in your yard, a snake in the grass or
bats in the belfry, we can solve the
problem in a speedy and professional
manner. We treat every customer, from
the individual homeowner to the large
corporation with the highest level of
professionalism and attention to detail.
Check out this website for a description
of Orlando pest control services offered
or to learn about Florida's wildlife.
- Animal Capture and Removal
- Preventative Treatments &
- Dead Animal Removal &
- Emergency 24 Hour 7 Day Service
- Fully Florida Licensed &
- Residential & Commercial
operate a full-service wildlife
control company. Wild animal removal
is all we do. This is not a standard
Orlando pest control company that
simply sprays for insects on a
quarterly basis. We deal with nuisance
wildlife issues only, and we offer
complete and permanent solutions to
the problem. Please review some of the
special services that we offer:
813-404-7033 - Jacksonville:
904-677-5812 - Boca Raton:
407-233-3838 - Miami: 786-594-1189 - Fort
Point Repairs - We specialize in
wildlife that enter the home, usually
living in the attic or walls of a house.
The only way to permanently solve the
problem is to seal up the entry points
by which they can enter. All of our
repairs are of the highest quality and
fully guaranteed against animal
Decontamination - Wild animals can
contaminate your attic or home - they
can bring in parasites, zoonotic
diseases, debris, fur, and they always
leave behind feces, urine, and other
biohazardous waste. It's often important
to fully clean up and decontaminate the
area after animals have been removed.
Trapping - Of course we perform
wildlife trapping. Most of the time, we
trap and remove wildlife living inside
homes and attics, but we also trap and
remove nuisance wildlife in all sorts of
situations - from raccoons pooping in
pool to armadillos digging under the
house, to snake removal.
Inspections - We fully inspect
every square inch of your home to find
those animals, and find out how they are
getting inside. On the roof, in the
attic, under the house. This particular
photo is of me crawling under a house to
remove a dead opossum. No matter how
tough or dirty the job, we will do it
& Mouse Control - One of our
specialties is Orlando rat control. Roof
Rats inhabit every nook and cranny of
central Florida, and are the most common
animal that enters the home and attic.
We are the absolute best at complete and
permanent removal - safely and within a
short time frame.
Colony Control - I pride myself on
professional bat control and removal in
the state of Florida, and consider
myself one of the country's top experts,
having worked hundreds of jobs, many of
which no other company would or could
take. If you need Florida bat removal,
please give me a call, and we will
Orlando Wildlife Removal is operated by
Gregg and Ben, servicing Orange County FL and
Seminole County. We service the greater Orlando
Florida area, including Apopka, Lake Mary,
Sanford, Maitland, Longwood, Oviedo, Downtown,
Ocoee, Winter Park, Conway, Doctor Phillips,
Winter Garden, and more. Our number is
takes a dedicated person with a lot of
experience to do the difficult
wildlife removal jobs correctly - when
you have animals in your building or
attic, it's imperative that all the
animals are removed properly, that all
of the damage is repaired, that all of
the entry points into the home are
permanently sealed, and if necessary,
that the attic is properly cleaned.
This is not the type of work for a
regular pest control company. I offer
extremely fair prices for this
industry: on average less than half
the total charge of the larger
franchise companies who do inferior
work. Please call me any time if you
wish to discuss your nuisance wildlife
Tampa Wildlife Removal is operated by
Mike. We service Hillsborough County and
Pinellas County and the greater Tampa Bay
region, including of course Saint Petersburg and
Clearwater. Our number is 813-404-7033.
Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale Wildlife
Removal is operated by Patrick. We service
the SE coast of Florida, north to West Palm
Beach and south to Ft. Lauderdale and northern
Miami. Our number is 561-331-0224.
Jacksonville Wildlife Removal is operated
by Andrew and Austin. We service NE Florida,
Duval and St. John's County, Saint Augustine,
and the whole northeast Florida coast .
Our number is 904.415.5209.
I have personally trained many close friends in
the field of nuisance wildlife removal, and they
operate in these areas: Portland
Animal Control is run by my friend Tim. Seattle
Animal Control is run by my friend and
brother-in-law Sean. Chicago
is run by my friends Ben and Dan. Phoenix
is run by Joe. Houston
is operated by Angie. Denver
is run by Marc. Boca
Raton and Fort
Lauderdale are operated by Patrick. West
Palm Beach is run by Patrick and Steve. Tampa
is operated by Mike. Jacksonville
is operated by Andrew and Austin. I personally
service central Florida, along with Gregg and
Ben. However, we have many friends that we have
personally trained, using the same extremely
high standards of quality and professionalism in
the field of problem animal control. If you need
Boca Raton Animal Control in West Palm Beach and
Fort Lauderdale, our friends at Wildlife Removal
Service, Inc are considered the most skilled
critter trappers in Southeast Florida. Mike of
All Pro Wildlife LLC in Tampa also does
excellent work, and he services Clearwater and
Saint Petersburg as well. Andrew and Austin run
an excellent operation in Jacksonville, FL. All
of our companies provide expert wildlife
trapping and rodent extermination services, as
well as professional bat control, bird exclusion
and abatement, and general critter removal,
including raccoons, squirrels, snakes,
armadillos, opossums, rats, mice, and all
wildlife in Florida.
Tip of the Month: Is a wild animal that is active during the daytime rabid?
Rabies is one of those kinds of illnesses that human beings fear. We most often associate this viral disease would dogs, noting that when they are infected by the virus that they will foam at the mouth, become quite aggressive, and incredibly erratic in their behavior. They are truly dangerous animals when they have contracted the rabies virus.
Dogs are not the only animals that can get rabies, however. In fact, it is much more common in other kinds of animals, such as raccoons, then it is in dogs. It is likely that one out of every five raccoons that you would come across would have this illness. That means that if you are bitten or scratched by a raccoon you need to ensure that you receive treatment right away. You simply cannot take the risk.
Because of the erratic behavior that it will cause in animals, some get concerned when they see a wild animal that is out in the daylight acting in an aggressive or erratic manner. They are sure that that animal must have rabies if it is out in the daytime, so they wonder that if a wild animal is active during the day must it have rabies?
The answer to that question is no. First of all, many animals are active in the day as part of their normal daily processes. For example, squirrels can be seen collecting nuts and chasing one another all day long. They find the daylight hours absolutely perfect for them.
Where the concern is that you should have is when you are talking about animals that are nocturnal. If you look at a possum or a skunk, these animals do all of their business at nighttime because of the extremely poor vision that they have. Being out in the daylight is actually a huge risk to them because they cannot see very well but the predators that would hunt them see perfectly fine. So, if you see one of these animals in the daylight is it likely that it has rabies?
If you see a bat, possum, or other nocturnal animal like this out during the daytime then you can be sure of one thing: this animal has some kind of illness or injury that is causing it to bypass its normal way of thinking. This likely means that it has a serious illness that has crippled its brain or caused it to be unable to function as it normally would.
Does it have rabies? That is not the only cause for it to act erratically, but can be one reason why it is acting the way that it is. If it is out during the daylight, then you can be sure that it may act erratic in other ways. Usually animals that have rabies can be quite aggressive, meaning that this animal may attack you, so it is a good idea to stay as far away from them as you possibly can. Read
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