Poughkeepsie Wildlife Removal

Need help getting rid of wildlife in your property?

We provide wildlife removal service in Poughkeepsie, NY and surrounding towns. We provide commercial and commercial services.

If you need help getting rid of raccoons, squirrels, birds or a mean mice infestations, we can help you.

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Some of the Wildlife Removal Services we provide:

  • Wildlife removal
  • Permanent rodent control
  • Humane wildlife trapping
  • Damage repair and decontamination
  • Exclusion
  • Emergency wildlife removal
  • Bat control
  • Bird removal including pigeons and seaguls
  • Attic clean up
  • and more…

Every animal species is different and some of them can be very intelligent. This can be pretty challenging for anybody to understand their behavior and be able to get rid of them from your property. Their behavior also changes from season to season; trying to figure them out can be very stressful. In top of that there are different licenses and states laws.

How our wildlife removal services work:

  • Site inspection of your property.
  • Identify, select and execute the best wildlife solution for your problem.
  • Decontaminate (if necessary) and implement exclusion work to ensure that the nuisance wildlife will not re-enter your home or business.
  • We provide educational materials and coaching on best practices; this will ensure no further intrusions will occur in your property.
  • We provide professional work. As such, we provide you with a guarantee on all work performed.

Animals we handle in Poughkeepsie:

There are many different animals in our area that can cause problems. We can help you with any critter that causes problems like racoons, squirrels, skunks, woodchucks/groundhogs, bats, rodents, snakes, birds, mice, etc. Don’t know what’s causing you issues, get in touch with us and we will inspect your property.

We provide services in Poughkeepsie and local towns:

 

Note:

We don’t handle feral cats or dogs. For domestic animals please call your local shelter or your city hall for more information.