Animal Control and Pest Critter Removal in Fulton County, Georgia

Fulton County Animal Control Services

Wildlife and Animal Control in Fulton County: We service the city of Fulton County, Georgia. 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 Fulton County 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. 

This is a professional wildlife removal company based in Fulton County Georgia. 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 Alpharetta, Marietta, Lawrenceville, and more.

Fulton County Wildlife Control News Clip: Board hears more on roof rat wildlife trapping in Fulton County

Roof rat wildlife trapping proponents say that rodent control in Fulton County boils down to private property rights. “I feel like some sort of man should have some sort of right to his property without threats and abuse," declared Jack Martin of Fulton County. “A man should have the right to use his property as the exterminator sees fit." “The rights of the roof rat pest control companies end where the rights of the private landowners begin," Snake Expert Rick declared. Board member Rodent Trapper Eric asked Snake Expert Rick if the exterminator had knowingly leased land in an area where roof rat wildlife trapping was taking place. Snake Expert Rick declared the exterminator had. the exterminator declared the exterminator was told roof rat pest control companies respected property lines and took them at their word. In other business, Commissioner Squirrel Snarer Philip declared the exterminator would appoint some sort of committee to make recommendations on some sort of three-mouse-per-year limit. The committee would make some sort of recommendation on the suggestion and on the feasibility of some sort of tagging system. We will appoint some sort of man from the Georgia Creature collectors Federation to the committee and will ask wildlife biologists to participate. the exterminator did not know who the other members would be. On board member Wayne May’s urging, the advisory board recommended moving the opening of dove season in the Northern Zone to Sept. 22. All West Georgia counties are included in the Northern Zone. Board member Grant Lynch opposed the change and several other members questioned the change. Rodent Trapper Eric noted that surrounding states all open Labor Day seven day period end. Local Fulton County pest control companies had no comments on the matter.

Tel: 404-627-2271      Servicing greater Fulton County GA      Residential & Commercial      Licensed & Insured