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Professional Wildlife Removal and Animal Pest Control Serving Westchester County New York

Westchester County Pest Control & Wildlife Removal

Westchester County: 914-885-9260

Professional Wildlife Removal: We operate in greater Westchester County, NY and specialize in nuisance wildlife control. If you need mouse or rat control in Westchester County, we offer a complete solution with full guarantee on our work. We commonly deal with problems such as raccoons in attics, squirrels in the ceiling, rats in the walls, snake removal and control, bat control, and more. We are the best Westchester County extermination company available when it comes to wild animals.
  • Fully Licensed & Insured
  • Residential & Commercial
  • 24/7 Emergency Service
  • Over Ten Years of Experience
  • In the Greater Westchester County area
  • Call - 914-885-9260
 

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 Westchester County area. We service most of Westchester County and northern New York City, but do most of our business in Westchester County and surrounding towns, such as Yonkers, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, White Plains, and more.

We take pride in operating as a small, owner-operated company within Westchester County, and we stand by our work. If you need animal trapping services in Westchester County or any part of Westchester County County, NY 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 Westchester County, but we will provide a professional service at a fair price.

Most Recent Westchester County Animal Control Emails:

Hi Dave, I have been searching the internet and I am not really sure what I am up against. I assure you I am sane, although I am a city girl. A couple of times during the night I have been awaken by an awful smell. (No, I don't have a husband). It is strong and it smells like a dirty wet dog. I thought that maybe I had a skunk or raccoon in my bedroom with me. Scary... I turn on the light and I can't see anything. I turn off the light and lay there quietly and I don't hear anything. The smell lingers for hours. I go to other rooms in the house but the strongest smell is in my bedroom. I think the smell is coming from the air conditioning vent, so I think I have something in my attic, but I don't know what. I thought that if it was a raccoon that it would go out at night to look for food and I wouldn't smell it. My garbage cans have not been turned upside down...but he probably knows that he can't get into my garbage. I don't think that the smell is outside as all my windows are closed because I have the air on. I live near a big park and the lake so I do tend to get animals here. Actually it has been more like an animal farm. I am not home during the day as I work, so I don't hear any noises. So, so far I have read that skunks are not good climbers or jumpers so that sounds like I can rule that out as my bedroom is on the second floor. Now I was down to raccoons and the more I read, I have now added on squirrels and bats. Dave I know that you are busy but when you get the chance could you help me narrow down what is in my attic or chimney. In the meantime I am going to continue looking for other clues. Thanks for your help, Barb

The only thing that smells like dirty wet dog is an opossum. But it might not be a wild animal at all. It could be mold or something. If you suspect wildlife, why not call out a wildlife professional in your area to do an inspection?
Hello, I read with interest your logical description of the stray cat problem in America. I am an animal lover. I feed the birds and have a pet cat and dog. I also believe that an animal that is an unwanted intruder of unknown intentions and health status is a threat. I am wondering about your position regarding the dangers of a stray fertile male cat intruding into one's home at night. My understanding is fertile male cats are quite aggressive and often carry diseases, some deadly, and they pose a dangerous threat to any cat or dog that is neutered/spayed due to its instinct to dominate. They would also pose a threat to anyone attempting to corner or trap the animal, correct? Is there a possibility of you, or someone on your staff, or a member of your organization would be willing to be an expert witness in court as to the dangers of a stray cat of unknown origins. A stipend and all expenses would of course be covered. Thank you in advance for your thoughtful response. Sincerely, Rick
Dear David: Hello. I stumbled upon your website when trying to google Possoms....I thought they were called Possoms, when my friend called them Opossoms..i wanted to check to see how they were properly spelled. I then came upon your site & wealth of knowledge about Native Wild Animals of NY, Westchester area more specifically. I found it very fascinating and now feel more knowledgeable about what wildlife is around me in Florida and how they live & operate. I really enjoyed all the pictures and explanations. I can tell you put a lot of effort into your website & I really appreciate it. I think you are doing a GREAT JOB and found the part about removing dead animals interesting....u really are a sicko..huh? The Dead Animal Photo Gallery is a little graphic...yuck! http://247wildlife.com/deadphotos.htm. That should be censored sort of...what if a little kid sees that?! Okay, well you definitely have a skill....i don't know how you do it....but you are definitely doing a service to this community...so Thank You. So, the other day I found my dead cat Lou in the street the other day. He got hit by a car & the car took off...his body was still warm when I found him...it was like he was in a trance. It was really sad. When I finally picked him up there was blood coming out of his ear. I put him in a box and then he got really stiff. Rigor Mortis I guess.....he started to smell really bad. We then burried him by the lake near our house in a bag. I went back a few days and the wild animals had dug him up. It was really disturbing. We made a grave headstone out of wood & I put stones around where we buried him. I went back yesterday and they are still messing with his gravesight. Do you have any suggestions on how I can prevent this? I just want my cat Lou to rest in peace but all the wild animals keep messing with his grave. I also want to know...if I see a dead animal in the street, say a Beaver or a Cat....who should I call? I removed a baby Beaver from the road one morning bc all the cars just kept running it over. It was really upsetting..but I thought it was my duty. Is there a number I can call or a way to prevent cars from running over animals repeatedly? Everyone is in such a hurry these days...it's so annoying & sad. Okay, well I just wanted to Thank You and get your advise. Regards, Katy
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