The National Animal Damage Control Association (NADCA), in conjunction with the International Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies (IAFWA), has undertaken the task of developing proposed minimum licensing standards for nuisance wildlife control operators. The National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA) has developed a professional certification program designed to evaluate the education and professional experience of wildlife control operators. When selecting a nuisance wildlife control operator, be sure they have the proper State Agency licenses and permits, and are fully insured to include personal and property liability insurance, as well as workers' compensation. All Critter Control locations are properly licensed and insured.


Protecting People, Property and Wildlife®. Beginning in 1999, Critter Control® developed and implemented an internal certification process, the Vertebrate Pest Management Training and Certification Course. The Vertebrate Pest Management manual was developed in cooperation with staff from Michigan State University's Pesticide Education Program, the Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources, and wildlife biologists from Critter Control®.

Critter Control® franchisees and technicians who successfully pass testing are recognized as "Certified Wildlife Specialists". Critter Control's certified technicians are awarded a certificate of achievement and recognized for their efforts within the company. Critter Control® remains committed to setting the highest standards in the industry in order to provide quality customer care.

To resolve any nuisance wildlife issue you may be experiencing, contact the professionals at Critter Control.