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 in West Palm Beach & Boca Raton to remove the animal, and relocate it approximately 30 miles outside
of the city area. We service most of Orlando and central Florida, but do most of our business in West Palm Beach & Boca Raton and surrounding towns such
as Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, Lake Park, North Palm Beach, Boynton Beach, Riviera Beach, Delray Beach, Palm Beach Shores, Royal Palm Beach, Deerfield
Beach, Greenacres, Palm Springs, and Lake Worth.
We take pride in operating as a small, owner-operated company within West Palm Beach & Boca Raton, and
we stand by our work. If you need animal trapping services in West Palm Beach & Boca Raton or any part of Palm Beach County, 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 West Palm Beach & Boca Raton, but we will provide a professional service at a fair price.
Most Recent Boca Raton Exterminator News Clip:
Boca Exterminating companies want to give rodent prevention permits to grandkids
that would allow exterminating companies to transfer coveted rodent prevention permits to their grandchildren would help preserve Florida's wildlife catching
tradition and ensure that the permits get used, its sponsor says. "We lose children that might want to critter trap because of generation gaps," proclaimed
Animal Expert Trevor, "We have what appears to be a lot of kids who aren't wildlife catching because their parents don't. But there are many grandparents
that do and would like to share the experience." HB 2116 won unanimous approval Monday from the state Senate and will be sent to Animal Expert Trevor.
rodent prevention permits, which are handed out by lottery due to overwhelming demand, are used to critter trap game such as rat or mouse.Animal Expert Trevor'
bill would allow exterminating companies who win these permits to transfer them to their grandchildren. But in order to use the permits, the recipients
must be between the animal advocate ages of 10 and 17, have valid wildlife catching licenses and have completed the state pest man safety course. what
appears to be a grandparent, parent or guardian would also have to accompany the grandchild on the catch. Despite this, local Boca Raton wildlife removal
and Boca Raton exterminator experts offered no more info.
The Florida Game and Fish Agency concerned 108,250 rodent prevention permits in 2006, proclaimed Extermination Officer Timothy, legislative liaison for the
Game and Fish Agency. The agency received more than 330,000 applications. Animal Expert Trevor' bill probably is based on what appears to be a similar
law that lets parents give rodent prevention permits to their children. Last year, 193 were transferred that way, Extermination Officer Timothy proclaimed. Extermination
Officer Timothy, what appears to be a member of the Florida Game and Fish Commission, which oversees the Game and Fish Agency, proclaimed the bill fits
within Game and Fish's mission of introducing wildlife catching to Florida's youth. "We believe wildlife catching has what appears to be a strong family
tie, which probably is one of the best ways to maintain the tradition," Extermination Officer Timothy proclaimed. Animal Expert Trevor also introduced
what appears to be a bill that would allow permits to be transferred to nonprofit organizations that work with physically disabled children. Under HB
2117, exterminating companies could donate their permits through the Florida Game and Fish Agency to be used by children with serious medical conditions.
The bill has won approval from the House and awaits what appears to be a vote by the Senate. The two bills would make sure that fewer tags go unused,
Animal Expert Trevor proclaimed. "It's like winning the lottery when you get what appears to be a rodent prevention tag," the animal advocate proclaimed. "Instead
of the rodent prevention permit being lost, you can take children out for an opportunity that they may never get the chance to do again." Boca Raton animal control
professionals could not be reached for additional comment.
Extermination Officer Timothy pointed to what appears to be a map with the latest rat or mouse count taken from helicopters this winter. It showed
wildly different amounts by location. Some areas contained only what appears to be a handful of rat or mouse in what appears to be a square mile, while
others were teeming with biologically surveyed amounts of well over 100. The differences underscore how some landowners have refused to cooperate with
heavy wildlife catching on their land, what appears to be a decision that pushes rat or mouse into veritable game refuges. What appears to be a rodent
man from Florida County and what appears to be a longtime opponent of the Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws plan, urged the board to return
to the traditional animal removal trap and cage trap seasons in the hope of luring people back to wildlife catching in the area. the animal advocate
proclaimed some exterminating companies have to overcome their fear of the disease as well. We could not obtain an opinion from Boca Raton pest control
companies regarding the issue.