All of our wildlife trapping is performed in a humane manner. We never intend to harm any wildlife only to safely and permanently remove it from your home or business. Once animals are caught, we
quickly arrive to remove the animal, and relocate it approximately 30 miles outside of the Greater Arlington area. We service most of Arlington and central Texas, but do most of our business in
Arlington and surrounding towns, such as Fort Worth, Denton, North Richland Hills, Garland, Plano, Duncanville, Haltom City, Mesquite, and more.
We take pride in operating as a small, owner-operated company within Arlington, and we stand by our work. If you need animal trapping services in Arlington or any part of Arlington County, TX give
us a call, and we will be happy to assist you. We specialize in both residential and commercial services, and accept all major credit cards. There is no free wild animal removal service in Arlington, but
we will provide a professional service at a fair price.
Most Recent Arlington Animal Control Emails:
Dear Arlington Wildlife-
Your photos are dynamite and you certainly appear to be someone who is excellent in your profession, and enjoy the humane trapping and relocating of wildlife from domestic residences back to the wild.
Greetings from Maryland. We have been 'tracking' a raccoon(s) through our basement and in between first and second floor rafters for several weeks. This evening we successfully trapped an adult raccoon in a Havaheart trap and released it about 10 miles out of town in the woods.
The animal was unharmed in trapping, and appeared healthy, and happily scampered out of the trap into the woods...very happy to be out of the trap I imagine.
As it is mid-winter and supposedly northern raccoons don't usually have young until spring, we believe that there are no babies; we have not heard the reportedly loud sounds they would make, but will continue to look/listen. We have also set the trap again in the event that there are several critters around.
Nonetheless, we have noticed very pungent odors and are expecting to find a raccoon latrine either in the basement or between the floors of our home. Tomorrow I will visually inspect the basement nooks and crannies, though there is no access to the rafter spaces between the floors.
I have two questions for you David:
1) If I find a latrine, or even just scattered droppings, I understand that they are very dangerous and can be hazardous/lethal to humans and pets. Should I attempt to clean on my own or should I call a professional to clean the area?
2) as there is no access above the ceiling, I am reluctant to go cutting into the spaces...what would you recommend? I there away to snake a
vacuum or other cleaning device into the ceiling rafters? Again, would it be better to just call the pros?
If you have a chance, I thank you sincerely for your reply...
Again, the photos are dynamite and it is nice to see someone enjoying their work...it looks like you do a great job!
Very truly yours,
NOW I find out NEVER to use poison bait !! I’ve NEVER had a problem ANYWHERE that I’ve lived with rats or mice so, this is my first time having to deal with this. We had a rat coming into our kitchen to eat our opossum’s food (I no longer leave it down at night). Anyway, this “thing” was coming in from three different places in our kitchen (in between the dishwasher & stove and two other places along the base of where the cabinets below the sink meet the floor. Our exterminator threw some poison sticks in these three spaces and one underneath the fridge and one underneath the stove (of course they’re all gone now) and we now have a stench. This all took place a couple of weeks ago. How much do you charge to come out and find it?