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.
Located on the southern Gulf Coast of Florida, Naples is home to a many species of nuisance wildlife. The year round mild temperature proves to be
conducive to a wide variety of potentially destructive animals. If left untreated, unwanted wildlife can cause costly damage to a home and property.
Give us a call so we can take care of your nuisance wildlife problem before it becomes costly and dangerous. We serve all of Naples and the surrounding
areas such as Everglades City, Marco Island, Fort Myers, Golden Gate, Immokalee, Clewiston, Labelle, Cape Coral, Estero, Bonita Springs, Sanibel, Fort Myers Beach,
Alva, East Dunbar and many others. Choose us because we will take care of your nuisance wildlife problem quickly and professionally.
NOTE: We are not the Collier County Animal Control Services. We do provide wildlife removal in Collier County Florida, 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 Collier County animal services related matters:
What will the county animal services do with a stray dog?
If a child were to ask you what would happen to a stray dog that you have found and reported to the local animal services, would you know how to answer? You have done your duty, admittedly, and reported a poor wandering pup to the local authorities so that the situation can be dealt with effectively, but have you ever wondered what may have happened to that scared, lonely dog that you found?
Obviously, once you have made the phone call to the local animal services, officers will come and assess the situation. They will pick the dog up and have a look to make sure that it doesn’t have a form of identification, such as a collar. If it does, the owners will be contacted to arrange collection of the animal, or the officers will give the poor dog a ride home. This is usually only the case with first-time offenders however; if your dog makes repeated attempts to get out, repercussions will be expected!
What happens if the pet doesn’t have a collar? At this point, the officers will take the poor pup back to the animal services center where it will be fed, watered, checked over by a qualified person and treated if there are any problems present, such as ticks, fleas or disease. Usually, the animal will be held here for around 3-5 days, although the time period will vary from city to city, and state to state. If you do want to know more information, you can always check out the website of your local animal services center, or give them a ring to find out exactly what the procedure is.
During this “holding” period, the dog will be scanned for things such as a micro-chip or a tattoo to try and get a clue to who the owners are. The officers will make every attempt possible to ensure that this poor pup is returned to its rightful owner. However, if there is no form of identification, the officers have pretty much done all that they can do to get it home. This is why, as a dog owner, it is vitally important that your dog always has a form of ID, whether this is a tattoo, micro-chip or a plain and simple collar with a tag.
The holding period will be when the most important decision will be made. A number of things will be taken into account to ensure that the right decision is come to with regards to the future of the dog. If it is fit and well, it can be put up for adoption in the hope that a new family will love and cherish this dog as their own. Age, medical state, temperament, and a whole host of other factors will be taken into account to come up with this important decision, and if the dog is not suitable for adoption, it could be put down.
There are no-kill shelters that you can report or take the dog to if you cannot bear the thought of the dog being put down, and you can find more information on these on the internet.
To learn more about our services, visit the Naples wildlife removal home page.