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Rhode Island Animal Control

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Rhode Island’s wild animals are diverse, intriguing, and generally shy of people.  Several species, however, are attracted to your business, home or other buildings for their shelter, food source, and breeding grounds.  They damage property, weaken structures, cause crop loss, threaten or attack your pets, poultry or livestock, contaminate food and water sources and sometimes even the air you breathe.

That is where we come in.  We are not insect exterminators, nor are we big game trappers.  We are the ones to call when nuisance wild animals are nesting inside your building, rooting through your yard or garden, ripping up commercial properties, tearing up your home or business, digging under your foundation, or threatening your health and safety.  The most common nuisance wildlife removed are: Rhode Island raccoons, bats, pigeons, skunks, swallows, woodpeckers, voles, rats, gophers, squirrels, moles, beavers, armadillos, chipmunks, mice, snakes, opossums, feral cats, porcupines, rabbits and honeybees.

It doesn’t take a large gap or hole for animals such as Rhode Island bats, Rhode Island rats, Rhode Island mice, Rhode Island chipmunks and Rhode Island snakesto get inside your home or other building.  Rats can easily climb vertical surfaces, and swim against a sewer current to climb up pipes into your building.  Most bats need nothing more than a ¼” gap between soffit and siding to get into your home.  Rhode Island woodpeckersdrill holes into siding and soffits, which allow other wild animals access to your building.  Other animals, such as Rhode Island raccoons and Rhode Island squirrelsmake their own holes, if they are determined to get inside, or they crawl down through the chimney.  Once inside, raccoons in chimneys, squirrels in attics, rats in walls and mice nesting in furniture or mattresses contaminate your living or work space, cause property damage, and can spread diseases.  These animals can chew through wiring, creating a fire hazard.  They can nest in vents, and their hairs, parasites and dried feces blow through your home or office.  They destroy personal property, contaminate insulation, and chew on anything they can find.  Contact us, and your wildlife management professional will trap these wild animals, remove wild animals out of your home, repair the damage the wild animal caused, and properly clean, sanitize and deodorize the site.

You spend too much time and money on your yard or commercial landscaping to have it destroyed or damaged by Rhode Island voles, Rhode Island gophers, Rhode Island moles, Rhode Island rabbits, Rhode Island porcupines and Rhode Island squirrels and chipmunks.Trees are damaged, leaving them susceptible to disease.  Yards are left with trails of dead grass, unsightly holes or mounds of dirt, and animal droppings.  These animals can attract predators to your property, and other vermin use their tunnels or nests.  Your wild animal control technician is extremely skilled at removing these animals off of your property, preventing further damage to your trees, yard and vegetation.

As trappers, we love animals, but we understand how frustrating and sometimes frightening it is when a wild animal damages your home and property and threatens your health and safety.  Contact us, your full-service network.  Your wildlife removal technician has the skill and knowledge to safely, legally and humanely remove the animals from out of your building or off of your property, repair the damage the animals caused, clean and sanitize the site and install blockers where necessary.

Our purpose is to take care of your nuisance wildlife problem and get you back to your normal life as safely and quickly as possible.

The ticks found on animals such as Rhode Island raccoons, Rhode Island skunks, Rhode Island feral cats, Rhode Island rats and Rhode Island opossums can be a disease vector for serious and debilitating illnesses.  They can spread Lyme disease, babesiosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, ehrlichiosis, and other diseases.  When tick-bearing animals make their dens on your property or nest in your home or business, they can infest the area with parasites such as mites and fleas, as well as ticks.  Contact us, and your wildlife management professional will safely trap the animal and remove the animal from off your property, and can properly clean and sanitize the site, as well.

Ticks (and tick-bearing animals) are a concern. – carry lyme disease, babesiosis, chrlichiosis, rocky mountain spotted fever.  Lyme disease is a higher risk for those who live in South County and along the shoreline.

Much more than merely an annoyance, destruction to property and houses in Rhode Island by animal pests can be costly and difficult to maintain. Even more potentially dangerous than home and property damage, many wildlife and animals harbor diseases that are often highly harmful when transmitted to household pets, livestock and people.

For additional information on specified animals and the destruction and management potential of each, find the RI area that is pertanent to you below.

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Did You Know...
At regular reproduction rates, a pond or lake with 3 adult pairs of Canadian geese will increase to just about fifty birds in five years and more than three hundred in 10 years!


 

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