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Renton Wildlife Control, Animal Trapping & Removal

206-829-4744 We run a professional wildlife removal business operating in Renton, Washington. We service the whole Seattle metropolitan area, and do much of our work in Renton. We are a full-service Renton animal trapping and removal company. We specialize in wildlife only, and are not like a regular Renton pest control company or Renton exterminator. We use humane methods to solve wild animal problems in Washington. We solve the root of the problem, by performing home repairs to keep animals out, and preventative measures in addition to critter trapping and removal. We offer a variety of services, from animal damage repair to waste cleanup, dead animal removal and odor control, and more. We handle several nuisance wildlife species, including squirrels, raccoons, snakes, skunks, and opossums. We also perform bat removal and bird control services, and rodent control, including poison-free mouse and rat removal. Give us a call any time at 206-829-4744 to discuss your Renton animal control issue, and to schedule a fast appointment.

Renton wildlife control tip of the month:

Your information helped me completely solve my problem. I just wanted to make a quick suggestion: Your information doesn't make it clear at which times of the day or night adult raccoons generally like to be inside the attic and when they are generally outside. Also, I think Renton animal control you emphasize trapping too much, when the biggest emphasis should be that if you can see into your attic clearly and if you hear NOTHING after quietly listening for several minutes (so that you are now positive that there are no adult raccoons up there at the moment), the best way to solve a raccoon-in-attic Renton animal control problem is to block the point of entry (so you're safe while up in the attic) and then explore every inch and be sure there are no babies up there, and then permanently seal the point of entry. If Renton pest control babies are found during this search, they can be safely removed because the mother cannot enter through the temporarily blocked point of entry. I'm assuming that there are hours of every day when there Renton pest control are no adult raccoons in the attic, and that if these times are identified, safely solving the problem is really quite easy.

My whole family loved your coon skin cap poem. You are a wonderful human being. What state do you live in? We live in the East Bay area near San Francisco.

My raccoon Renton pest control problem is completely solved now. Two big rectangular openings on cosmetic outcroppings on both sided of my garage door were wide open for raccoons to clime. I cut plywood covers and screwed them in, and now unless they saw a whole Renton pest control in my roof, I am racoon free.

I wanted to share a story with you. On a walk in the rain with my wife, we saw two big Renton wildlife removal raccoons deliberating just like humans about going back into the storm drains, which is the only way they knew how to get back to their home, Garin Park, which was blocked from them by about two blocks of suburban housing. The big Renton animal trapping cement storm drains were FULL now of rushing water--I looked inside of the next storm drain down from the raccoons and marveled!--and yet they were about to plunge in and be swept . . . somewhere. I didn't think they could survive. What was Renton animal trapping amazing was that they were just like humans in the way they procrastinated and hesitated. You could almost hear their conversation:

"I'm not sure this is a good idea."
"Neither am I. And it's going to be f*ckin' COLD." [You've been around them a lot, so surely you know that raccoons cuss.]
"We could f*kin' DROWN!"
"Well, if we stand here shivering Renton exterminator in the rain all night, we're dead anyway. Let's go for it."
"You go first then, if you're so brave."

They both climbed in, and I could only pray for their safety. Do you think they survived? Sincerely, Jeff

Wow, thanks for the nice letter and for the suggestions. I'm glad Renton exterminator you solved your raccoon problem. I was in San Fran last week on travel, and I enjoyed the Exploratorium. My guess is that the raccoons did Renton exterminator survive. They ultimately know what they're doing. David

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