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Mmmmm!!!   Pet food!

     Animals require just a few things to make them comfortable and at home:  Food, water, and shelter. If you provide just two of these three items, you are a prime candidate for a nuisance animal problem! There are several things that you can do to minimize the chance that an animal will call your home HIS HOME.

Mmmmmm! Bird Food!






  • Keep all your trash in garbage cans with tight fitting lids

  • Feed your pets outdoors "as needed" and do not keep full bowls of food on the deck or back porch.

  • Bird seed is a major wildlife attractor. It's not just birds that feed from those feeders! Bird seed that has fallen is a major attractant for squirrels, skunks, raccoons, opossums, chipmunks, rats, and mice!

  • Pick up all scraps and leftovers after a party on the deck or a barbeque on the porch.

  • Empty the grease trap from the bottom of the gas grill. Raccoons not only love this stuff, they can smell it from very long distances!

  • If you notice a small opening in your house, fix it before an opportunistic animal can find it. They will enlarge the hole and then have access to your home!

  • We have removed raccoons, squirrels, ducks, owls, flying squirrels, and birds from fireplaces. Chimney caps stop animals from becoming problems.

  • Close your garage door at night. This simple step could save a lot of time and stress by stopping curious animals from sneaking in after dark.

  • If you see an animal on your roof, chances are that it's not just passing through the area and decided to see what's up there. Look for signs of animal entry points.

  • Areas under sheds, decks, and patios make perfect shelters for nuisance animals. Make sure these areas are screened off to prevent an unwanted occupancy.


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