When it comes to humane animal removal in Greenville, one of the most common questions is, how big of a problem should it be before I call for help? The truth is, wildlife control services receive many calls every year for things that don’t require professional assistance. Some wildlife on your property is a good thing, especially if they are animals indigenous to the area, pose no threat, and are an important part of the region’s eco-system. And no, you can’t call a humane animal removal service in Greenville just because you find your neighbor’s dog annoying. There are plenty of reasons that you should call though, especially if any of the common problems listed below are something you currently are trying to deal with.
So what are the top reasons people call for a professional humane animal removal service in Greenville? And, how do you know if what you are currently trying to deal with is a valid reason to call?
Let’s start at the top, literally: the top of your house. Every year the most common problems are the critters making their way into attics. Usually the culprits are squirrels, raccoons, or even bats. Attics make for a great area to nest and reproduce, so the problem should be resolved as quickly as possible. To fully resolve the problem, a homeowner also needs to make the correct repairs to ensure no wildlife will end up in the attic again, often by repairing holes or broken vents, and by trimming branches to disrupt an easy pathway onto the roof. Occasionally these same critters can get trapped in a chimney. The ruckus alone will have you calling a humane animal removal service in Greenville immediately.
As mentioned above, a little wildlife on the property is usually a good thing. Those cute rabbits jumping through the yard or the occasional deer spotting, are usually the focus of much admiration from homeowners. These same animals, along with woodchucks, skunks, or other animals, can quickly become a source of irritation when they start eating from your garden. In this case, calling a service is a great way to get tips on how to deter your friendly animal neighbors from destroying your garden. The same goes for your yard—many of these same animals like to dig holes, destroying that beautiful grass you work so hard to maintain. Once again, this can be resolved by calling a professional service.
A few other common calls received every year have to do with something messing around in your garbage. It could be as innocent as a raccoon, or potentially as dangerous as a bear. Either way, don’t hesitate to call for help. The same goes for rodents in the basement. You might not notice them right away, but if you suspect they are down there, then get on the phone.
Finally, any animal in the neighborhood suspected of being rabid, or an animal with an injury, will benefit from being humanely removed from the area. An untreated animal will suffer more than it has to, so help yourself by helping the animal, and call right away.