This is a professional wildlife removal company based in Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton Florida. We provide pest control for wild animals only, not extermination of insects. If you have nuisance critters that you need to
get rid of, we can humanely take care of the problem. We service southern
FL. Please visit my official Boca Raton Pest Animal Control and Fort Lauderdale Pest Animal Control
websites for more information.
Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton Wildlife Control Emails:
It is Sunday morning and I did not want to try and call your number because I don't know what your business hours are.
We recently began renting our house in Boca Raton after moving here from Tennessee. I have noticed the last few nights that some sort of animal is pooping in our pool every night. It is leaving bad stains on the concrete and the problem just seems to be getting worse. After doing a little research online, it appears as though raccoons and possums are a bit of a problem in the
Boca Raton area. Could it be one of these animals?
I would like to hire somebody to remove the offending creature. Can you let me know how much it costs? Please feel free to call any time.
Your help would be much appreciated.
Gene & Michelle
We moved into a house about a month ago. It is an acre of land but in a subdivision. Therefore I was shocked to find a baby snake near my front door this morning. We killed it since it looked like it my be a small rattler and it was
aggressive. Now my son found a snake in the KIDS BATHROOM. We got it outside and killed it also. I am now freaking out about a snake being in the house. How do we keep that from happening? How do we make sure there are not snakes near by? I have 8 and 7 yr olds that could tell me but I also have an 18 month old. Please help inform me.
I have a question for you. I've been around snakes my whole life. As a kid, my summers were spent catching snakes, frogs, and turtles, and I was never bitten until two years ago when I was warming my chilled Woma python (power outage) on my belly and tapping my finger rhythmically on my leg. --Yep, finger bite. STUpid.
I'm decades older than I was when I waded through swamps looking for reptiles, and I'm often called upon by coworkers and administrators to identify or remove snakes. And on more than several occasions I've tried to educate the neighbors in how to distinguish a brown or banded water snake from a cottonmouth, and give them lessons in ecology. I don't think they care. Snakes are snakes to them.
I and a friend, who also shares a respect for herps, wanted to turn this hobby into a part-time professional service. Since there is an exaggerated fear of snakes here in the south, there is a big market for this type of service. However, we are not so naiive or cocky to believe that we know all there is to know about approaching and trapping snakes in the wild.
My friend and I both have secure laboratory jobs, so quitting the lab to work for an animal control service to gain knowledge would be impractical, and I'm certain that we have more experience with and respect for herps than many of the folks in wildlife control anyway. I have a B.S. and an M.S in Biology, and I keep several pythons and kingsnakes.
So, what I'm asking is, do you give any types of lessons or know anyone who could train us for this type of work? --Give us the ins and outs and tricks of the trade? We're in
FL (Miami area), so we would be no competition for you
I stumbled upon your website when I googled the snake trap. Before I knew there was a better way, I actually used a primitive method on a pueblan milksnake
in a high school hallway--duct tape,
Q-tips, lots of orange oil, and
painstaking hours of gentle extraction.
I kept the critter. He's a peach. I've
had him for several years. So, please
get back to me when you get a chance.