Animal Control and Pest Critter Removal in Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth Animal Control Wildlife Removal

Wildlife and Rat Control in Fort Worth: We service the city of Fort Worth, Texas. We provide a full array of wildlife control services, and rodent extermination. We specialize in humane removal of wildlife, and complete guaranteed rat control. We service all of greater Fort Worth and surrounding cities and suburbs, which is full of wild nuisance animals, such as rats, squirrels, raccoons, and more. We provide a full line of wildlife control services. When we arrive at your house or property, we perform a full inspection of the building, and find out how exactly what problems the animals are causing, and if they are entering the building, we identify all the entry areas. We humanely trap and remove all the wildlife and after they are all gone, we seal off all entry areas so that the problem is permanently solved and new animals don't enter the building again. We clean animal waste and provide a complete solution to the problem.  Call us any time to describe your wildlife problem and to schedule a same or next-day appointment. 

We handle the following:
RACCOONS - Common raiding garbage cans and pools
SQUIRRELS - Common in attics of homes
OPOSSUMS - Common under sheds and stealing pet food
ARMADILLOS - They dig up yards and landscaping
RATS & MICE - They get in the walls and spread disease
BATS - Can roost in large colonies inside buildings
SNAKES - Texas is home to several snake species
DEAD ANIMALS - Cause a big odor problem

This is a professional wildlife removal company based in Fort Worth Texas. 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 Tarrant County and the greater Dallas / Fort Worth area. Please visit my official Fort Worth TX Animal Control website for more information.

Fort Worth Wildlife Control Emails:

Thanks for taking the time to put this website together. It’s a very good reference tool for the urban idiot, LOL. I had never lived “inside” any city limits until I moved to Dallas a few years ago so I feel much safer in the middle of the woods at 2am than I do being downtown at 2am. Again thank you for putting this together. Very nice critter collection. The reason I am writing is because I live in a condo complex along a creek. With that being said, we have a generous population of all the local animals. Every spring I find baby snakes and I really haven’t paid much attention to them since they are only 6” to 12” in length. One of the neighbors asked today what kind of snake. (I found out that neighbor who was walking his schnauzer came across one of these little snakes and evidently it actually striked but obviously being so small couldn’t get beyond the dog’s fur. Feisty little worm!) I now am curious, but the snake is so small and really doesn’t have any developed characteristics that I can recognize to identify it. My assumption is rat snake or garden snake. And I don’t want to assume any longer. I would like to ask for you help with identification. I don’t have detailed pictures, but I have a short video of one I was directing to a beloved neighbor’s house. I pulled a frame out of the video so hopefully that will help. I just hope it’s close enough you can identify it. Thanks again for the documentation and sharing… very very informative and a site worth suggesting. And thanks for any help in identifying. Thank you , Scott

Dear TX Animal Control, I am writing from a TV production company called Danlow Productions. I’m the producer on a new series for Animal Planet called ‘Extreme Infestation’. As the title suggests, the series will focus on the very worst cases of infested homes, workplaces or public buildings and examine the science of how / why it happens and what can be done to prevent it. There are two elements I hope you may be able to help me with. Firstly, I am looking for a range of key experts to talk on camera about specific cases and conduct small-scale experiments, where relevant. The content of these ‘expert sections’ will have a lot to do with which cases we feature, leading me on to point two; I need to find first-hand accounts, preferably with home video footage, showing really extreme infestations taking place, filmed by the people who have been living with it. These infestations can relate to any animal, including ladybugs, cockroaches, rats, mice, spiders, frogs, raccoons, snakes, termites, wood worm, bats, racoons, moles etc. They can be current problems or have happened some time ago (hence the need for home video footage). I came across your site while looking into a raccoon story and read some of your blog. It would be great to speak with you in more detail about this. If you’re interested, please let me know your number and a good time to call. Danlow is a respected documentary company based in London, England. You can find out more about us by visiting our website. We will be filming across the USA, in Fort Worth Texas, Canada, Australia and New Zealand in a few months time. I hope to hear from you soon. Best wishes, Erica
Tel: 817-945-3371      Servicing greater Fort Worth TX      Residential & Commercial      Licensed & Insured