WHY SHOULD YOU HIRE AWILDLIFE PROFESSIONAL? Dave Schmidt, CWCP, ACP ALL OUT Wildlife Control, LLC
All together now…• Awww!!! Raccoon kit, 4-5 weeks
BUT that kit has a MOM!• YIKES! Do you want to mess with this?
This can happen even to the pros. I was lucky it wasn’t worse.
There’s a reason they are called WILDlife• Wild animals such as raccoons, skunks, squirrels and opossums are well equipped to defend themselves.• They will flee if possible, but will attack if they think that they or their young are threatened.• They have sharp teeth and claws. Some animals, such as skunks, have even more creative ways to defend themselves.
ALL OUT Wildlife Control, LLC offers a no-spray warranty!• We guarantee that the skunk will NOT spray when we remove it.
WILDLIFE ARE STILL WILD…• Their behavior can be unpredictable.• They are VERY strong when they feel threatened and are capable of chewing, breaking through and leaping past obstacles to fight whatever is threatening them.• Dealing with wildlife is a job for a…
What is a Certified Wildlife Control Professional?• This is a professional designation for a Wildlife Control Operator (WCO) who has completed hundreds of hours of training and time on the job.• A CWCP has learned techniques to trap and remove animals without placing the customer or the customer’s children or pets in harm’s way.• A CWCP uses professional quality equipment purchased from vendors who know the field. Yes, you can buy a trap from Home Depot or Lowe’s, but you are trying to play a symphony with a fifty dollar violin.
ALL OUT Wildlife Control, LLC has a trained Search Dog.
DOBRO• Our Search Dog, Dobro, has been trained in the art of animal detection and location.• She has never been bitten or sprayed!• She has been trained for her job and loves it!
A CWCP knows the proper way to handle an animal. Note the long,heavy gloves and the way his hands are positioned to avoid bites.
This little guy belongs in the wild. Not in your house.
What happens after the animal is removed?• Often there is an entry hole that another animal might use• Animals that have been in your home typically leave some sort of debris behind, including waste products and food particles such as nutshells• The debris can become moldy or have a foul smell.
We can solve that problem as well! Gable louver vent screened against raccoon entry
A CWCP knows the difference between a bird entry and a squirrel entry (a competitor did not)