Nuisance Wildlife Removal can offer FREE trapping if you have raccoons, opossums or bats in your attic. We are a fully licensed pest control company in the state of Florida. Please click HERE and then click the search button to check our credentials.
Be careful of hiring someone who claims to be licensed, and is willing to do the trapping for free. There are a lot of fly by night companies in Florida who make a lot of claims, and end up costing you loads of money.
We will trap the animal, and offer to clean up their mess, and even repair the damage they may have caused to your home. This work is most often covered by your home owner’s insurance. Attic restoration which is needed because of certain animals, is covered because their waste in your attic is often so toxic. We will even deal with the insurance company for you.
We also trap rats, squirrels, snakes, moles, armadillos, wild hogs as well as bee swarms, yellowjackets and hornets, and all forms of nuisance bird control.
Call Nuisance Wildlife Removal today at 866.263.WILD
West coast of Florida 941.729.2103
Orlando area 407.859.9453
*This offer is only for first time clients, and only applies to trapping of raccoons, bats or opossums from your attic. You MUST mention this website to get free trapping.
This offer is not retro-active.
Free Trapping of raccoons, bats or opossums!
Now is the time to take advantage of this deal! FREE trapping of nuisance raccoons, bats and opossums from your attic. Nuisance raccoons, bats or opossums will often search out a warm and dry safe to breed, and end up living in the attic of nice homes like yours. Their waste carries countless diseases, which when dry and airborn, could effect your health. Don’t let your attic become a bio-hazard. Call Nuisance Wildlife Removal today, to trap those bats, those raccoons and those opossums, and remove them from your attic.
Don’t set yourself up for rabies.
• All pets should have current rabies immunizations.
• Avoid contact with all wildlife, especially raccoons, bats, and foxes.
• All persons with any unusual exposure incident, or bites, with a wild animal should be evaluated by a physician to determine their need for treatment.
• Secure outside garbage in covered containers to avoid attracting wild animals.
• Do not leave pet food outside as this practice also attracts other animals.
Rabies is an acute viral infection that is transmitted to humans or other mammals usually through the saliva from a bite of an infected animal. It is also rarely contracted through breaks in the skin or contact with mucous membranes.
Some infected animals can appear very aggressive, attacking for no reason. Some may act very tame.
The symptoms of rabies are as follows. Initially, like in many diseases, the symptoms are non-specific; fever, headache and malaise. This may last several days. At the site of the bite there may be some pain and discomfort. Symptoms then progress to more severe: confusion, delirium, abnormal behavior and hallucinations. If it gets this far, the disease is nearly 100% fatal.
The only treatment for human exposure to rabies is rabies-specific immune globulin and rabies immunization. Appropriate treatment started soon after the exposure will protect an exposed person from the disease.
information supplied by Examiner.com