Branch Manager: Steven MartinPhone: (520) 638-9518
Serving the Tucson Area
Tucson, AZ, is an ideal breeding and feeding ground for pest animals and insects because of its hot, dry weather. Nuisance critters like desert-dwelling mammals, reptiles, and problematic birds all thrive in the area. Large, territorial cats and canines such as coyotes and bobcats pick off livestock and endanger people's lives when they wander into residential neighborhoods. Venomous snakes also pose serious threats throughout the area because they strike when they feel threatened and their bites can be fatal. Finally, European starlings and woodpeckers are prominent in the city. They contribute to disease transmission and create noise pollution respectively.
Also serving Vail, Valencia, and Catalina Foothills