Targeted Wildlife Control in Reynoldsburg by Setting Humane Traps
The Wildlife Control Company, Inc., provides comprehensive Animal control for all kinds of undomesticated animals that get onto private properties and into residential homes and businesses. They can be more than a nuisance. They can destroy property, and they can carry diseases like rabies, histoplasmosis, and distemper, diseases that can be passed on to domestic pets and to humans. However, animal removal is always done in a humane manner. Pests that are targeted for Wildlife control in Reynoldsburg, OH may include bees, pigeons, raccoons, skunks, chipmunks, squirrels, bats, Canadian geese, opossums, coyotes, sparrows, deer, and more.
The kind of Wildlife control in Reynoldsburg, OH that they provide is not state-provided service. It is a private company, so they charge for their services, which includes a fee per animal. Their services include inspecting the area and surveying the damage, baiting and setting the appropriate traps, returning to re-bait the traps and make sure they aren’t rendered dysfunctional due to ice, snow, tree branches, or anything else, and removing the animal and relocating or disposing of it. The goal is to relocate the animal, but if the animal presents a significant disease risk, they have it euthanized. The service fee also covers the 30-day period after the services have been completed.
They always try to set at least two traps. Sometimes, when setting traps for Wildlife control in Reynoldsburg, OH, an animal gets caught in a trap that is not the animal being targeted. These are called non-target animals. The company still has to charge for this service because they still need to come out, release the non-target animal, and re-bait the trap. Citizens cannot handle the traps in any way per state law, so they’ll need to keep in touch with The Wildlife Control Company, Inc., and let them know when a non-target animal has been trapped if the company has not already been out to check the trap that day. They will check the trap every 24 hours; that’s required under state law. If clients wish to save on the trap maintenance fee, which is charged per day, they can check the trap themselves, but just not handle it in any way, and then call in by 8am to let the staff know the status of each trap.