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Dallas Squirrel Removal & Control   County (wildlife only)

US Animal Control Dallas / Fort Worth

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Serving:

Highland Park, TX
University Park, TX
Irving, TX
Balch Springs, TX
Duncanville, TX

Farmers Branch, TX
Mesquite, TX
Grand Prairie, TX
Richardson, TX
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At Dallas US Animal Control we specialize in removing Animals and wildlife from your attics and properties. We locate your animals entrance, get the offending critter out, then we seal the entrance. When we remove an animal from you house we GUARANTEE the animal will not be able to return to your house. 90% of our work id done through exclusion, this means closing of areas animals can enter.

Animal Exclusion is the best HUMANE way to get rid of animals Permanently. Many Of Dallas's Creatures Are Squirrels And Rats. We are frequently excluding squirrels from attics, and rats from ceilings. We never use poison or killing style traps. This could be your attic if squirrels are left there to winter.

Dallas Animal Control Squirrel Trapping & Dallas Critter Removal

These types of squirrel traps have been used for many years, but, unless you are very hungry and paitent, success will depend upon if you decide to return to the internet for a different solution.  

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Dallas Squirrel Removal & Dallas Rodents In Attic Including Roof Rats

Squirrels are starting to mate for their season litters now.

We Control Critters Every Day. From snakes in basements to bats in the attic. Squirrels in your attic can and will chew wires to keep their teeth from growing into their faces. Rats use abandoned pluming vents to gain access to your house, behind the walls. Holes in tour masonry will allow rodents access to your house day and night. Bat Removal , Skunk Trapping, and Raccoon Babies  are services we serve everyday.

Dallas squirrel Removal & Dallas squirrels In Your Attic

Squirrels can really damage an attic if  allowed to remain inside it. We Clean these types of contamination up daily. We use TYVEK suits, Respirators and HEPA vacuums {not SHOP VACS}when we are removing contaminated fecal matter. If You suspect you have an animal contaminated attic, contact us immediately. For more information on disease associated with animal droppings go to the Center for Disease Control web site

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Squirrel Babies are Here Ssquirrel removal & prevention is needed now.

Squirrels Are the most frequent intruders in Arlington. They are using the sewers as highways around the city. Squirrels in the city are crafty creatures, the use attic fans and chimneys to access your house. these animals also refuse to pay rent. eviction and exclusion are the best way to deal with them. you can trap them every day in Arlington, but another one moves in. Wasted money if you ask me.

                 

Squirrel And rodent trapping & exclusion services available every day

We remove Dead squirrels from attics

If you un-knowingly repair a hole, a squirrel might be trapped inside

We can remove squirrels without destroying your repair, but its best to let us remove the squirrel first

We humanly trap and exclude squirrels from homes and businesses. Squirrel removal is very important if one has chewed their way into your attic space. Female squirrels have two litters of babies per year and are looking for a safe dry place to birth and raise their young. Your attic offers exactly what they are looking for. Once a squirrel has taken up residence in your attic they will chew on electrical wires, support beams, contaminate your space with feces, urine, parasites such as; flies and ticks and bring in nuts and other debris. We are squirrel removal experts. We will trap and remove all the squirrels from your home or building and squirrel proof the home or building so they will not be able to get back in. We guarantee our work.

Squirrels come in many different species, In the South West we have the gray squirrel, red squirrel, flying squirrel and the fox squirrel.  Flying squirrels are the smallest and the fox squirrel is the largest.  The two methods that are used are either trapping or exclusion. We have the best warrantees in the industry when it comes to flying squirrels no other company can beat us on quality and longevity. We like to answer questions during inspections so you know exactly what is happening and why.

Do you have… squirrels running in your attic, squirrels scratching in your walls, squirrels in your chimney, squirrels in your basement, squirrels in your soffits, baby squirrels in your attic, or squirrels running through your home? We trap squirrels and exclude squirrels from residential and commercial properties on a daily basis. Squirrel removal and squirrel damage repair is our specialty.

Squirrels can seem cute and are very entertaining. But they can also cause quite a bit of damage to a home, especially once they have entered the attic. They are notorious chewers and chew everything to help keep their teeth, which continuously grow, ground down so they do not outgrow their mouths. They will chew the insulation off of A/C lines, the wood framing, your belongings that are stored in boxes in your attic, and even the insulation on electrical wiring creating a fire hazard. They have two litters per year consisting of anywhere from 2-5 young typically, once in the Spring and another late Summer/early Fall. Squirrels populations can grow rapidly and once they have entered an attic they can be quite tricky to remove, especially if there are young present. For this reason if you are currently hearing noises in your attic it is important to give us a call and let us help remove your squirrels and seal up your home before they have babies. This is exactly what we do!!

Squirrels are very interesting and cute creatures to watch. They are very active in this community and are not aggressive at all unless protecting their young. Thought fun to watch, they can get into our homes and business quite easily through a relatively small hole simply by making it bigger. They are excellent chewers, and in fact they must chew to file their teeth down or they will continue to grow until the squirrel can no longer feed. Squirrels love to chew on wood and once inside our attics, that is a scary sound indeed. Not only that, they often chew on electrical wiring insulation which can cause a serious fire hazard. Our attics provide a perfect habitat for squirrels to get out of the cold weather and once they enter, they must be excluded and or trapped and be removed. Once they have been removed we can then SQUIRREL PROOF YOUR HOME to ensure you do not have this problem again in the future.

 

 

 

FLYING SQUIRRELS

THE ULTIMATE PEST

    Glaucomys volans; Glaucomys sabrinus

 Species: Southern flying squirrel ( Glaucomys volans), and the Northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus)

Size: 9-11 inches long, the Southern is the slightly smaller of the two.

Weight: 2-4 ounces

Color: Northern flying squirrels have light brown upper body fur and a white belly. Southern flying squirrels have a grayish brown body, white belly and black ring around their eyes.

Range: Southern flying squirrels are found from southern  Canada south to southern Florida, west to Minnesota and eastern Texas. Northern flying squirrels are found from southeastern Alaska and northern Canada south to Tennessee and west to the Pacific coast.

Reproduction: Females of both species mate in early spring, and about 5 weeks later, give birth to three to five tiny, blind young. Southern flying squirrels may have two litters in summer, but this rarely occurs in Northern flying squirrel females.

Habits: Northern flying squirrels usually live near streams and rivers. They build their nests in tree cavities in forests full of wood rot, frost cracking, and leftover woodpecker and carpenter ant holes. Females breed with only one male and will stay with that male year after year.

    More aggressive than their northern cousins, the Southern flying squirrels produce several high pitch sounds used for navigation, communication and mating. Females breed with different males and after mating the male has nothing to do with the female or the young.

Lifespan: Though their life expectancy is only about six years in the wild, flying squirrels often live between 10 and 15 years in captivity.

Falling with Style: Depending on the air current, flying squirrels may glide 150 feet or more from a height of 60 feet. They can turn easily at right angles while gliding and control the direction of their glide by tensing and turning their legs and body and flapping their tail.  As a flying squirrel approaches its landing, the squirrel flips its tail up and holds its body back to slow the glide down, giving the squirrel ample time to position its feet for grasping the tree trunk. Flying squirrels usually land face up and often run up the tree immediately after landing.

    What if we could design the ultimate pest, one that would made us money and drive everyone else insane? What if you could design a pest that would drive any homeowner to the point that they would shoot holes in their ceilings or tear down entire wall to get rid of it?  If I could design the perfect pest, I would make it run around all night long, causing the homeowners to lose sleep. I would make it move into the house in the winter and leave in the summer-only to come back just when the homeowner thinks it finally gone.

    Setting traps would be almost worthless unless you were very good at it, and even then more of the pest would return the following year. They could squeeze through a hole the size of  your  thumbnail, and through a linear crack the width of your pinky finger. Even worse, the entry hole would have little, if any, chewing damage, so it would be hard to find the main entryway.

     I would make this pest toilet in one spot over and over again, day after day.  It would have a strong odor and stain the ceilings and soffits.  The feces would look like bat guano, just to confuse both homeowners and wildlife professionals.

    I would make this pest omnivorous, so if the homeowners removed the bird feeders outside, the pest could still feed on the mice living in the house.

    I would make it lightening fast and loud, so seeing it would be difficult and hearing it would seem like an entire army was living in the attic.  If they were to catch a glimpse of one, the homeowners would find that’s it’s multi-colored, so it’s difficult to identify or describe-except for its really big eyes, which make it seem larger than it really is.

    Jumping 100 to 150 feet would be no problem for this pest, so cutting down trees would be absolutely useless.

    And, of course, I would make it so that only wildlife professionals with serious experience could effectively catch them.

They already exist

    In my book, the flying squirrel is the ultimate pest. Next to the bat, this is the pest that pays my mortgage. It’s the pest that I have spent the last decade studying at night, strapped to trees, waiting for them to come by.  These are the little guys I have spent countless nights anchored to roofs to observe them during exclusions. I have sat in an attic all night long and have had them run up my pants legs.

    They are the ultimate pest, and I am thankful for them.    Yes, flying squirrels can pose a serious challenge, but don’t be discouraged. If you can do a bat exclusion, you can do a flying squirrel exclusion.    The basic idea is to find the main entryway and put a one-way door over it. Then seal up the rest of the house. For flying squirrels, you want to seal up all holes bigger than your thumbnail and any linear crack wider than your pinky finger.    You can use any type of barrier, but the key is to use something that they cannot get through. Remember that bats will not chew to get back in the way a flying squirrel will.    I have heard that “flyers” will not chew through barriers or electrical wires. That is false. I have seen them chew electrical wires just like corn on the cob. However, they chew in such a hyper state that they never sit still long enough to make it through the wire like mice or red and gray squirrels will.

    Attention to detail is crucial. Your can seal up an entire house and leave one small hole in the hardest-to-reach spot and they will find it.

    During an exclusion, when they first go out of the one-way door and then can’t get back in, flying squirrels start to search the entire roof line for another way back in. The lowest point I have found them to re-enter is from six feet above ground.

    Give the entire exclusion process 10 days. If symptoms are still occurring after that, the flying squirrels have found their way back in. For you, that means it’s time to start searching for the new entryway. This is where a lot of professionals will start to pull their hair out.