You don’t want to harm the animals, but you also can’t allow the nuisance, damage, and possible disease that wildlife tend to cause. The problem is clear and, thankfully, the solution is equally clear: you need Critter Control of Gainesville’s CritterSafe humane solutions.
While Critter Control of Gainesville has always prided ourselves in providing logical and humane solutions to our client’s nuisance-animal issues, with CritterSafe we have created even more options when it comes to providing nonlethal, release on-site, no-trap, or one-way exit doors in our efforts to minimize the imposed stress on our wild neighbors. Yes, there are ways to be kind to wildlife while also protecting your home, business, property, and family—and we are here to provide those solutions.
Animal Entry Points
The wildlife experts at Critter Control, in conjunction with our CritterSafe program, can work with you to complete an Animal Entry Worksheet home inspection to identify the possible wildlife entry points in your home and surrounding property structures and prevent an opportunistic animal from damaging your property in the future, protecting both you and the animal.
We can prevent damage from many animals, including the following:
- Many more
Wildlife Management and Land Clearing
In addition to the measures that can be taken at your personal home, business, and property, Critter Control has created wildlife management and land clearing guidelines based on the initiatives of the amazing Steve Erwin’s “Wildlife Warriors Worldwide.”
We believe that responsible, proactive steps can and should be taken to limit the impact we have on the wildlife that we share our world with. You can read more about this program here.
Partners in Humane Treatment of Animals
If you are interested in keeping your property safe from nuisance animals without causing them harm or adversely affecting their home and environment, do not hesitate to partner with the professionals at Critter Control of Gainesville today. We care about keeping you safe and interacting in a safe, humane way with all wildlife we come in contact with during the course of our work day.