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So you have an unwanted guest in your house and you want them gone.

No, it’s not your kids freeloading off of you and eating all your food, it’s an animal. An animal that is not your pet.

If it were your kid freeloading off of you, would you use chemicals or other means to kill them and get rid of them?

If you’re nodding your head and saying “yeah”, we mean literally. No matter how crazy they make you.

Would you literally poison your freeloading kid to kill and get rid of them?
The answer is going to be no.

The same should be said about your not-pet-friend. No matter how creepy or icky, the animal deserves better.

And truthfully, so do you.

Let’s take a look at why both you and the animal would benefit from humane wild animal removal.

1. Removal With Chemicals is Bad for Everyone

As I’ve already mentioned, you wouldn’t poison your kid to get rid of them. When you use chemicals for wild animal removal, you’re using poison.

While you may shrug your shoulders in regards to using chemicals to remove an animal, the chemicals can have ill effects on you, your house, and your family, too.

If you have a pet, the chemicals may impact your pet just as much as it might bother the animal taking residence with you.

Besides, the animal probably got lost on their way, found your home, and found it was cozy.

Like us, animals enjoy cozy spaces, too. Just because it got lost and found your abode lovely, doesn’t mean kill it.

The animal just had taste!

2. It Helps Everyone Involved

If you try to take care of removing the wild animal yourself, odds are you are going to get hurt and the animal is going to get hurt and possibly die.

Wild animals are just that: wild. They’re unpredictable to those that don’t have the knowledge or experience working with them.

That’s where a trained professional comes in.

This way, you don’t run the risk of getting hurt and needing a trip to the ER and you don’t have a dead animal on your hands.

Plus, if you kill the animal, it’s possible that another can quickly take its place and rapid breeding can occur.

3. It Helps Restore Wildlife Populations

We already have a serious decline in bees, we don’t want to add any more animals to the already growing list.

It’s better to return the animal to their home rather than just watch animals decline over the years just because we want them out of our homes through any means necessary.

We’re playing our part in helping threatened and endangered species this way.

4. It Keeps Families Together

Could you live with yourself if you were a home wrecker? We hope the answer is no.

Humane wild animal removal allows for mother and her babies to remain together.

Your home was probably seen as a luxury resort to raise a family and breeding may have commenced.

If that’s the case, humane animal removal ensures that the mother still gets a chance to raise her babies in the wild.

5. Animals Need to Play Their Part

Contrary to what humans may think, this planet is home to animals, too. And animals, have their roles to play in nature.

They really do. Think back to the bees. Sure they can be pesky, but they help with agriculture, which humans rely on.

Even bats and raccoons have an important role in nature by taking care of yet another type of pest: insects.

Returning animals to the wild allows them to go and continue fulfilling whatever role nature intended, thus keeping nature in balance.

The animals and humanity thanks you for your kindness.

6. Humane Wild Animal Removal is Tailored to the Species

Rather than using one-size-fits-all chemicals and harsh traps, when you hire a professional using humane methods, they tailor the situation to each species.

They know what makes every pest animal tick and how to deal with their behaviors. Some methods may work well for bats while other methods may work best for raccoons.

This results in the best care for the animal and may greatly speed up the process of removing your unwanted guest.

To use humane traps, the trap must be inspected at least once every 24-hours.

So, once the animal is caught, it will be taken care of immediately. This is a much better than it possibly sitting for days at a time, causing further problems.

7. No Repeat Offenders

Along with returning that pesky critter to the wilderness where it belongs, you’re going to have exclusion methods used in the removal process.

This means installing and repairing physical barriers to your home to prevent re-entry from further pests.

What better way than nipping the problem in the bud?

8. It’s Illegal to Harm an Animal

Animal protection is increasing and it is illegal to be cruel to animals. Any method used on animals that result in cruelty and torture is punished by a first-degree misdemeanor and subject to fines.

Hopefully, you weren’t looking for any harm to the animal, but animals are important, too.

Again, the animal doesn’t deserve it, anyway. They just got lost.

9. It’s the Right Thing

Would you feel good if the services and tools you employed ended up killing the animal in question?

Imagine if it was a dog that ended up living in your yard. Would you kill it?

Of course not.

At the very least, you’d try to return the dog home, understanding the dog simply got lost or just needed a home.

Humane removal is the right thing to do. No one will have on their conscience that they killed an animal for no reason.

If you’re in need of wild animal removal, feel free to get in touch. We can take care of dozens of pests – you name it, we’ve probably dealt with it. We’ll be happy to help you with your wild animal removal the humane way.

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