Chattanooga Wildlife Removal
24/7 cell phone: 423-408-1222
If you have an issue with a DOG or CAT, call Hamilton County Animal Control at (423) 624-5302
Yes, you can call us 24/7. Tennessee wildlife don't take weekends off, and neither do we. Our company specializes in the removal of unwanted wildlife from property, houses, and attics. We service the Chattanooga, TN region. Call us
now to discuss your problem, get pricing, and schedule an appointment.
FULL-SERVICE CHATTANOOGA WILDLIFE COMPANY: We pride ourselves on being the most thorough and complete wildlife removal in Chattanooga. We do not simply set a cage trap on the ground and hope that'll solve the animal problem. We
address the root cause of the wildlife issue, and follow a complete step-by-step plan, including the following services:
- INSPECTION - We inspect the building and property to fully understand the cause of the wildlife issue. We aim to permanently solve your problem, by addressing the cause.
- ANIMALS IN ATTICS - If you have wildlife in the attic, we enter the attic and identify the animal(s), any damage they have caused, and remove them there, if possible.
- HUMANE WILDLIFE TRAPPING - Most jobs call for the capture and removal of animals. We put our years of experience to use in order to safely, humanely, and effectively catch the target animal(s).
- ENTRY HOLE REPAIRS - If you've got animals in your house, it is vital to find and repair all open entry holes. Our repairs are professional grade and backed by warranty.
- ATTIC CLEANUP - When necessary, we thoroughly clean and decontaminate your attic, to prevent mold, pathogens, and odors.
- CHATTANOOGA BAT REMOVAL - We pride ourselves on a 100% success rate in the live removal of bats from buildings in Tennessee.
- CHATTANOOGA BIRD REMOVAL - We install preventative barriers to keep pigeons and other birds off of Tennessee buildings.
- CHATTANOOGA RODENT CONTROL - We know a permanent way to get rid of rats or mice.
We offer many other services in addition to the above listed. We perform dead animal removal, removal of Tennessee snakes, mole trapping, and more. We can solve pretty much any nuisance animal complaint. We are a private business,
we are not Chattanooga Animal Control agency or the Hamilton County Animal Services - they only handle domestic animals, such as dogs and cats. Here are some of the species we commonly deal with:
Chattanooga Raccoon Removal
- Raccoons are a common animal in Tennessee. They break into attics, destroy property, eat garbage, and more.
Chattanooga Squirrel Removal
- We deal with squirrels in attics and eaves all year, but mostly in late summer and late winter.
Chattanooga Opossum or Skunk Removal
- We trap a wide variety of pest animals, from possums, to skunks, and more.
Chattanooga wildlife removal company services Chattanooga, TN. We also service Signal Mountain, Red Bank, Middle Valley, Harrison, Ooltewah, Collegedale, East Brainerd, East Ridge, and more. To learn more about us, visit our website at www.chattanoogawildlife.com
Chattanooga wildlife control tip of the month: What can I do if raccoon scratches me? If you are going to be dealing with an raccoon, you are going to need to make sure that you know what you are doing. The threat of being attacked or injured by any wild animal is a risk that you will have to take, should you decide to deal with the situation yourself, but at least by knowing what to do in the case of, for example, an raccoon scratching you, you can prevent anything particularly nasty from occurring, such as nasty diseases. Let's say that you have fought a battle with an raccoon and come off worse - the wound may be bleeding or not, but one thing that you should do is to run it under cool water for a couple of minutes. By doing this, you can make sure that the wound is not deep enough to require stitches by washing off some of the blood that is likely to occur, and also because you can wash any dirt or grime away in preparation for the next step. The next step is to use an antiseptic liquid if you have one to hand or even an alcohol wipe. This will help in the fight against some pretty nasty diseases, and once again, will make sure that there is no dirt left in the wound which could potentially cause an infection. The next stage should be done without fail, no matter how fine you feel - always seek medical attention. You do not know that your wound does not require stitches, and at the same time, you don't know whether or not this animal really has a disease or not. Better put - it is better to be safe than sorry!
Reader mail feedback: I have a squirrel, but don't really know if it's only one in our crawl space under the house. I'm afraid it's a female and she's either making a nest for her babies or has already had them. If I catch her, the babies will die and stink. I've heard that if you make the area unpleasant they will move their babies. I'd like your opinion on flooding the area with unpleasantries such as moth balls, ammonia soaked rags, lots of light and loud music. If this is something that will work, how long do I keep it up? I know how she is getting in and plan to fix the hole once I'm sure they have vacated the premises. Any advice is welcomed. what is your advice for squirrels accessing eves through gutters? My gutters are 25+ ft in the air in most places. they have found (and chewed) holes/entrances into the gutters (most areas have helmets), then into the home by crawling over the gutter top/backs into the eves. to install a one way exit, I would need to remove the gutters and work almost 30' up on the roof edge. I've tried cage traps along the path where I see them climbing off the home, though they have not taken the bait this year (raw peanuts, almonds, almond butter, seeded raspberry jam). Ideas???
Reader mail feedback: Hello Wildlife Removal USA, I found the web site to be full of good information. but I have a unique situation under the floor of the sun room which was converted from half of what used to be a deck and is about 8' above the basement patio on the back side of the house. A racoon who appears to be healthy, and a fox who has the mange have decided to use the area as a nest. Both animals have been observed going under the house by myself and my neighbors, and heard thru the vents in the room, as well as heard and seen from below as the large overhead soffited area bulges as they crawl around. The entranc point is arounde the side of the house thru a unsoffited, 18" by 8' area which is about 1' above ground. I reach under the area with my hand and felt the paperbacked fiberglass insulation, as well as the smooth and well rounded by years of usage which is the obvious entry/exit point. My main concern is to safely remove the pests whithout harming them, and making sure there are no litters or critters left inside before I close up the whole. I have an indoor/outdoor cat, and I am worried about her health and safety. I cannot afford to hire a pest removal service since there are two different types of pest using this area. I am mainly looking for some DIY advice as how best to keep the critters out so that I can cover this area with some heavy duty metal fine mesh as was instructed from a pest removal guy years ago at my old house.
Read more about wildlife: Raccoon Removal
| Squirrel Removal
| Skunk Removal
| Rat Removal
| Bat Removal
- Remember, we are not a pest control or exterminator, we do humane wildlife removal Chattanooga.