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Hidalgo County Animal Control

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Each animal pest that infests your home, property or business in Texas has specialized adaptations or skills that allow them to flourish in and around regions where they pose a problem or danger. animals come into houses hunting for a food source and protection, or an environment with the correct humidity or temperature. Very important in Hidalgo County animal and bird control is eliminating the appeal for animal pests to your property, whether it is a food source, a place to hide or a specific habitat.

More than simply an irritation, damage and destruction to houses and property in Hidalgo County by animals can be expensive and serious to manage. Even more possibly dangerous than home and property damage, many wildlife and animals carry parasites that may be highly harmful when transmitted to household pets, farm animals and people.

For further information on specified animals in Texas and the destruction and regulation potential of each, locate the location that is pertanent to you below. Or, Click here for help in resolving your bird or animal situation in a safe, fast and efficient manner.


Did You Know...
Encounters between people and bears will increase as more people establish their homes, cabins and even businesses in places that were less urban before. Destruction from bear activity can include damage to personal property, beehives, livestock and agricultural crops.

Though bears inhabit primarily forested places, they do roam into towns and cities searching for food. Bears will eat any food source that is available and also attempt to eat anything that resembles food. When their natural food preferences like berries, insects, meat and nuts are deficient, these animals will actively hunt elsewhere in order to feed. When bears discover a good food source, they will come back often, which is when they can become a problem.


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