When to Call Animal Removal Services

When to Call Animal Removal Services TampaOne of the more common questions we encounter from our customers is when to call animal removal services. Many are still unsure about calling for professional help or if they should handle the situation on their own. The short answer to this inquiry would be to call for expert assistance the moment you suspect a wild animal on your property. Waiting for that “best time” might mean getting help a little too late.

Wild animals are unpredictable. Some of them, raccoons, for instance, would leave straight away when you flash lights on them or when you shoo them away. However, many others won’t easily get scared by humans as they’d rather finish their task of hunting for food before leaving. Though generally harmless, when a raccoon feels like you are about to harm them, when they feel threatened for whatever reason, they will have a reason to attack you.

Some animals are pretty good at hiding themselves from property owners. You may have an entire family of rats residing in your attic for months without you even realizing it. There could be a mother raccoon and her babies in your garden shed right now. So you need to watch out for signs of their presence. For example, rats would scurry around and make squeaking noises or scratching sounds in the middle of the night. Raccoons may mess up your garbage cans overnight. If you see any of these signs, then it’s time to call for animal removal services.

Of course, when you see the actual wild animal in your property, then you should call for help right away. But you don’t have to wait for this to happen. The moment you suspect wildlife presence, then ask for expert assistance. Damages and injury can be prevented when you get rid of the critter as soon as possible.

When you need animal removal services in Brandon, Clearwater, Tampa, and surrounding areas, reach out to Animal Wildlife Trappers for professional assistance. Give us a call at 813-734-7080 to schedule an appointment!

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