Add this Critter rss news feed to your rss reader.
Animals looking for winter shelter find human homes a little too appealing
Traverse City, Michigan – November 7, 2013 - Watching from your kitchen as squirrels and other wildlife run around the back yard can be amusing, but finding these animals frantically scurrying in your attic or garage is anything but funny. Critter Control reminds homeowners to be aware that all kinds of nuisance critters are looking to stay warm this season and may try to gain access to the home.
“Finding any wildlife in your home can be a very surprising experience,” says Kevin Clark, CEO for Critter Control. “It is important to remember that these animals are wild and shouldn’t be handled without the help of a professional. In fact, they can bite, claw or scratch if they feel threatened and you don’t know if they are harboring a disease.”
Clark advises homeowners to do a careful check along the outside of the home to close up any gaps or entry points. Critter Control and the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) recommend the following tips to specifically keep nuisance wildlife in the great outdoors where they belong:
For more information on wildlife and how to protect your home, visit www.crittercontrol.com
About Critter Control
Critter Control has developed integrated and ecologically sound management practices to resolve wildlife conflicts and practices. Learn more from www.crittercontrol.com , or call 1-800 CRITTER to reach the Critter Control office nearest you.
To learn more about Critter Control's animal control and animal removal services, visit Our Services.
For more information on Critter Control franchises, visit Franchise Opportunities.
Interested in joining the Critter Control team? Visit Employment Opportunities for more information.