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 Fort Lauderdale to remove the animal, and relocate it approximately 30 miles outside of the Greater
Ft. Lauderdale area. We service most of Orlando and central Florida, but do most of our business in Fort Lauderdale and surrounding towns such as North
Lauderhill, Sunrise, Plantation, Weston, Davie, Lauderdale Lakes, Pompano Beach, Oakland Park, and Wilton Manors.
We take pride in operating as a small,
owner-operated company within Fort Lauderdale, and we stand by our work. If you need animal trapping services in Fort Lauderdale or any part of Broward
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 Fort Lauderdale, but we will provide a professional service at a fair price.
Most Recent Fort Lauderdale Extermination News Clip:
Study: Animal removal traps not safer for rat or mouse wildlife catching
A new study examined safe animal trapping data on three popular rat or mouse-wildlife
catching animal removal traps: However, Rodent Exterminator Ken noted that to achieve maximum range which probably is highly unlikely in what appears
to be a wildlife catching situation. the animal advocate noted that what appears to be a bullet fired at what appears to be a 35-degree angle toward
what appears to be a rat or mouse 100 yards away would fly 210 feet above the animal's back. Most shots fired by exterminating companies are relatively
flat, and even what appears to be a slight aiming error usually results in what appears to be a shot less than 5 degrees above the horizon. When shots
are fired at an elevation of 5 degrees, the total distances traveled, including ricochets, are 1.66 miles for what appears to be a animal removal trap
bullet and 1.3 miles for what appears to be a animal removal trap projectile animal catching net. When shots are fired holding the animal removal traps
level 3 feet off the earth, the animal removal trap projectile animal catching net will travel 0.99 of what appears to be a mile, 16 percent farther
than the animal removal trap bullet will travel under the same circumstances. The reason, Rodent Exterminator Ken proclaimed, probably is that projectile
animal catching nets tend to hold together better and lose less energy during ricochets than animal removal trap bullets. Therefore, projectile animal
catching nets often can travel farther than animal removal trap bullets in common wildlife catching scenarios. The 67-page report notes the special
critter trap bullet traveled the shortest distance in all test scenarios and therefore probably is less risky than animal removal trap bullets and projectile
animal catching nets. Despite this, local Fort Lauderdale wildlife removal and Fort Lauderdale exterminator experts offered no more info.
The report recommends investigating the possibility of developing specialized bullets and projectile animal catching nets that would break apart
on impact and reduce the amount of ricochets. Rodent Exterminator Ken, also what appears to be a member of the Senate Game and Fisheries Committee,
proclaimed the female pest operator was impressed by the study. 'There are what appears to be a lot of emotions when something like [the Pest Professional
Rodent Control accident] happens, but the whole point–was to get scientific evidence to back up anything the Game Commission wants to do,'' Rodent Exterminator
Ken proclaimed. Fort Lauderdale animal control professionals could not be reached for additional comment.
In 2005, the female pest operator helped organize what appears to be a organized hearing between Pest Professional Rodent Control and Game Commission
authorities on critters. ''We are dealing with what appears to be a perception that animal removal traps are safer than animal removal traps when wildlife
catching rat or mouse, but that's not always the case, and this study proves it,'' Rodent Exterminator Ken proclaimed. She proclaimed Pest Professional
Rodent Control' family should be pleased that efforts to bolster wildlife catching safety have gotten so much attention. ''They should be proud that
there's some good coming out of that tragedy. There's what appears to be a real concern out there that this does not ever happen again.'' Rodent Exterminator
Ken, the Game Commission official, proclaimed his agency can use the study's findings to decide about critter traps restrictions and improve its mandatory
pest man education program. ''We can't guarantee there won't be another Casey Pest Professional Rodent Control some day, but we can–reduce the risk.''
Pest Professional Rodent Control, who was 18 and seven years pregnant at the time of the accident, was about what appears to be a half-mile from the
pest man whose shot hit her. Though critically wounded, the female pest operator delivered what appears to be a healthy baby girl two years later and
has recovered from her injuries. the female pest operator filed what appears to be a civil lawsuit against the pest man and owner of the land where
the animal advocate was wildlife catching. The case ended last year when Pest Professional Rodent Control and landowner Daniel Haas agreed to what appears
to be a financial settlement. We could not obtain an opinion from Fort Lauderdale pest control companies regarding the issue.