We a complete job, from start to finish. We remove wildlife humanely and effectively, using the proper traps, tools, and techniques for each unique animal and situation.
When we encounter animals inside a house, we inspect every part of the house, from ground level to every part of the roof, to identify all the areas of entry, and all vulnerable
areas, and we perform professional repairs, with guarantee, to seal entry holes shut. We inspect inside the attic to find any damage or biohazard, and provide full cleaning services. We offer attic decontamination, poison-free and permanent rodent control,
bat colony exclusion, bird prevention, snake removal, dead animal removal and odor control, and more.
Our family run company is fully insured and licensed for all wildlife control and removal jobs - there is nothing too big or small for us to take on. We ensure that all staff carry commercial liability insurance, and this protects your property. That’s for both commercial and residential properties too - we have the latest and most-advanced equipment to make sure that we are fully equipped to handle your wildlife emergency. What’s behind our wildlife control and removal success? A 32-point inspection process of your property that we have built up over ten years experience working in the field. It helps us to find every single hole that an animal could use to gain access, and once we’ve used exclusion traps to successfully get them all out (so they can’t get back in), we seal those holes with the strongest materials necessary to prevent the problem from ever returning. Do we use poisons? No. Why? Because they’re both ineffective and inhumane. They’re also dangerous for the people who live in your home, and your household pets too. We also don’t use poisons in commercial properties either, for all of the above reasons and more. Our prices are competitive, and we’ve won awards for our dedication to customer care. You should get in touch today for a free quote!
We service Humboldt County, Pershing County, Churchill County,
Lyon County, Storey County, Placer County, Nevada County,
Lassen County, Madoc County, Lake County, Harney County and more.
We also service Sparks, Cold Springs,
Nixon, Spanish Springs, Crystal Bay,
Sun Valley, Empire, Gerlach, Sutcliffe,
Golden Valley, Verdi, Incline Village, Wadsworth, Lemmon Valley,
Washoe Valley, Mogul, and more.
NOTE: We are not the Washoe County Animal Control Services. We do provide wildlife removal in Washoe County Nevada, but we are a private company. Please do not call us regarding any matters that should be directed to the free county animal services. They deal
with dog and cat issues, and select issues such as an animal on the street, etc. Below is the TIP OF THE MONTH regarding local Washoe County animal services related matters:
A lost pet can be a frightened pet, and in a situation where there is a lot of traffic, kids, and other distractions, this lost pet can turn into a recipe for disaster. How many times has your heart quite literally skipped a beat when you saw a poor, frightened little dog running down the road, darting in between the traffic and almost getting run over? Thankfully, there are things that you can do to prevent this lost pet becoming a bad situation, and all it takes is a little time and patience, and more than a little understanding!
• Is the pet actually alone? Sometimes a dog can run a few steps ahead of the owner, appearing lost, but not actually being so. You should first make sure that there is no owner around somewhere; otherwise you will just look like a “dog-napper!”
• This animal is going to be scared. This means that you will need to take small, baby steps in order to approach it. Do not slam on the brakes to dart out of the car if you are driving – this will alarm the animal and could cause it to run into traffic. Do not run towards the pet, shouting and waving your arms – again this will alarm the poor animal. Imagine if you were scared – the last thing you would want is someone running towards you screaming and shouting.
• Can you restrain the animal in some way? After you have approached the animal with caution, using small steps, holding a hand out to seem friendly, and speaking in a low, calm manner, you should try to touch the lost pet if it is safe to do so. Try petting the animal and showing it some affection – this could mean the world of different in this scenario. Of course, if the cat looks like it is about to scratch your eyes out or the dog is baring its teeth, this petting action is probably not advisable, and you should just call the local pet or wildlife control authorities to deal with the situation properly. You will also need to bear in mind that the animal may have a disease – you don’t know if this is a wild animal or a pet, especially if it doesn’t have a collar and is micro-chipped instead, so be very careful and only approach if you feel it to be safe. If you have a blanket, you can use this to pick up a smaller animal, but if it is a larger one, you are going to need to be a bit more persuasive; perhaps trying to lure the dog into the back of your car with food while you wait for the local authorities to turn up, or to enable you to take the animal to the shelter.
• Everything you do must be done with caution! You have no idea what state this animal is in, what kind of diseases it may have, and ideally, you don’t really want to take this animal back to your home in case it has fleas or other problems that you could introduce to your abode.
To learn more about our services, visit the Reno wildlife removal home page.