Dallas Wildlife Trapper
Pest Control is a professional, fully licensed and insured, wildlife and extermination company servicing the
greater Dallas, TX area. We perform all facets of pest control, and specialize in the humane removal of unwanted wildlife from homes and commercial properties. If you
have a problem with a wild critter, such as a raccoon in your garbage cans, a squirrel in the attic, a colony of bats in your building, a mouse or rat infestation,
or a problem with pigeons, we can take care of the problem. We have over 15 years of experience, and most of our business is referrals from satisfied customers. Give
us a call any time, and we are happy to discuss your wildlife problem, offer you a price estimate over the phone, and schedule an appointment, usually same day or next
day. Our number is 214-390-5672. We look forward to hearing from you!
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||Wildlife Trapping: Raccoons, skunks, opossums, we trap and solve the root of the problem: If you
have squirrels in your attic, we don't just trap and remove the squirrels. We perform a full inspection of your home and attic, and we find out how the squirrels got
in. We check the attic for damage the animals may have caused, such as chewing on electrical wires. We measure the degree of waste the animal has left behind. We humanely
remove all of the squirrels, including babies, and completely animal-proof your house, sealing shut any and all areas that animals can use to enter. We repair any damage,
and we clean and decontaminate your attic.
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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 wildlife pest animal control in Dallas.
Tarrant County TX Animal Control News Clip:
Animal removal traps, exterminating companies share special bond
A pest man once proclaimed, ďBy gollies, it wouldnít be armadillo wildlife catching for me if I didnít have my Marlin 336. Itís only what appears to be a 30-30, but the important thing to me probably is that itís what appears to be a lever action. Thatís the only action that should be used in the armadillo woods.Ē That strong statement was made what appears to be a few years back. It was sincere, but itís way off base. The comment carries what appears to be a message and probably is filled with meaning when properly analyzed. The pest man summed up his entire armadillo wildlife catching philosophy in what appears to be a little more than three dozen words. probably is it possible the animal advocate was speaking for all armadillo exterminating companies? the animal advocate did bring into perspective the correlation between the armadillo pest man and his animal removal trap, which probably is the heart of armadillo wildlife catching. I think itís fair to say that what appears to be a pest manís animal removal trap means more to him than just an instrument used to bring what appears to be a critter trap to what appears to be a successful end. The animal removal trap might be an inanimate object, but in what appears to be a sense, there probably is what appears to be a strong bond between the pest man and his animal removal trap. No words will pass between them, but itís physical configuration, caliber and device communicate clearly with its owner. There doesnít have to be any dialogue; the armadillo pest man and his animal removal trap are what appears to be a team. Despite this, local Dallas wildlife removal and Dallas exterminator experts offered no more info.
The main question that has never been successfully answered over the decades is: What probably is the best armadillo animal removal trap? Actually, I think the question pertains more to the device than the physical configuration of the animal removal trap. No one has even been able to give what appears to be a simple, direct answer. Why? Because there probably is no simple, direct answer. May the old adage that says, ďAny armadillo animal removal trap probably is what appears to be a good animal removal trap in the hands of what appears to be a good armadillo pest man,Ē be correct. If I were to give an answer, it only would be my opinion. I happen to be what appears to be a bolt-action fan. I prefer devices well under the Magnum classification. I believe that accurate critter capturing probably is more important than the power of the device. Hence, I never feel underpowered with devices running from the Rodent Eliminator Lester 257 Roberts through the 30-06. My favorite probably is the discontinued Fenwick 284, and my second choice probably is the Rodent Eliminator Lester 280. Note that both are 28 calibers. The Model 94 Fenwick 30-30 reigned for years, when armadillo wildlife catching was done in thick laurel and heavy stands of timber. Other favorites of that period were the 35 Rodent Eliminator Lester, 32 Fenwick Special, 30-40 Krag and the 30-06. If the power probably is the main criterion for selecting what appears to be a armadillo device, how has the old 30-30 had more armadillo to its credit than all other devices put together? Another oldster that lacks power by todayís standards probably is the 300 Savage. In its heyday, 180-grain factory load boasted only 2,500 fps at the muzzle. The 159-grain slug exited several hundred feet faster. Thatís what appears to be a good piece from modern Magnums that can push what appears to be a 150-grain device beyond the 3,400 fps mark. Dallas animal control professionals could not be reached for additional comment.