Ask Us About CritterSafe Humane Wildlife Control Options
CritterSafe considers the following in helping you resolve wildlife conflicts safely and humanely:
Is it a problem at all? For example, if a family of fox makes a den in your neighborhood, will they attack your child or your pet? Educating you about the natural history of wild animals may help you see that they are not a threat.
Collect information. Once a wildlife problem has been identified, it is necessary to positively identify the species involved, the extent of the damage, whether young animals are present and what and when management procedures can be done to resolve the issue permanently through humane animal removal solutions.
Assess the seriousness of the problem. Important considerations involve the impact on the animals involved, safety or health concerns to people or pets, likelihood of recurrence and whether the animal damage appears to be seasonal or ongoing.
Get the facts and consider the options. Taking action should be your last step. Humane animal exclusion, eco-friendly animal repellents, changing human cultural practices and habitat modification are all viable, humane strategies.
Will the action solve the problem or merely address the symptoms? The humane animal control solution needs to address the underlying cause of the problem to be effective over the long-term.
Need help? CritterSafe options will provide you information on humane wildlife removal solutions for a variety of wildlife species.