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Dallas Squirrel Control & Removal

Squirrel are a common nuisance animal in central Texas. In Dallas and Fort Worth, squirrel have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many homes in the area. If you need a professional solution for your Dallas squirrel problem, give us at A Wildlife Pro a call. We are experts at squirrel control and removal, and have been working with Texas wildlife for over 10 years. We are familiar with the habits of Texas squirrels, and are experts at humane trapping and removal of this critter. Give us a phone call any time, and we can schedule a same-day or next day appointment.

About Squirrels: The Eastern Gray Squirrel loves to live inside the attics of Texas homes. Squirrels have two litters of young per year, in late summer and late winter, so people often notice the scurrying of young squirrels in the attic in September or March. Squirrels are rodents, who love to chew on the woodwork of your home, and the electrical wiring inside your attic. We are experts at trapping and removal, plus total "squirrel-proofing" of your house.
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We service the greater Dallas Texas area, including Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, and all areas in between, such as Mesquite, Balch Springs, Lancaster, De Sote, Duncanville, Cedar Hill, Mansfield, Grand Prairie, Irving, Farmers Branch, Carrollton, Richardson, Garland, Allen, Lewisville, Coppell, Grapevine, Euless, Bedford, Keller, Haltom City, and more. Call us any time for professional squirrel pest control in Dallas.

Dallas Squirrel Control Emails:

GREAT INFORMATION! thanks. i had the chewed/rotten eave (aka squirrel door) closed up yesterday.....there were 3 areas to be repaired.....carpenters here all day, lots o'noise. My HOPE was squirrels had left in the morning to forage, and any that might have stayed behind would have left because of the noise. this morning I awoke to the dreaded gnawing above my ceiling!! so it seems something was closed in after all!! I also prefer to not poison/kill them. I have an attic stairway which is in the garage, so i decided to lower it, and open outside door so critters might see new source of light and exit that way. unfortunately, it is on the opposite end of the house from where the gnawing is going on. my other idea would be to remove the soffit vent near where their original doorway used to be. i wonder if with your experience, you think a squirrel might look around the attic looking for new exit if it were hungry/thirsty? thanks for great information......I work with BBCC to restore the black bear in Texas, and very much am a supporter of things wild. just would prefer they NOT be in my attic!! josephine

I have a flying squirrel in my attic. How do I know if there are little ones in there? I bought a trap but am afraid to use it and leave the babies. It doesn't leave the house until very late so I am not sure how it is getting in or out. Any advice? thanks JK

Dear Sir - I have read your 'Guide to Safe Removal' on the web, where you say to email you with questions on squirrel removal. I have a question.
-We are not at our house continuously, so we cannot use traps.
-We are no longer spring chickens, so we cannot access the roof to install one-way entries.
-You say that high frequency sound may prevent entry, but are not effective in driving them out.
-We do not want to use poison.
In an enclosed attic, with only T&G boards between our bedroom below, would the odor of predator urine be objectionable to us as well as the squirrels? Will strobe lights work? They are advertised to evict the little beasties, but are very expensive. Help! - Perry and Jane