Phone: (517) 482-5900
Serving the Greater Lansing Area
Dedicated to animal pest control excellence, our staff of professionals at Critter Control includes biologists, zoologists, animal control officers, and anti-cruelty employees. Our highly qualified animal control teams can handle nearly any wildlife control issue in the Lansing MI area with the help of our unique accumulation of expert knowledge. From risky raccoon removal to basic bird control, we conduct each job under the highest of humane animal-handling standards.
Local Franchisee: Rodney Peters
Address: 727 N. Foster Ave., Lansing, MI 48912
Rivers and lakes dotted throughout Lansing, MI, help to form its unique ecosystem. Unfortunately, the deer, red foxes, and coyotes that are attracted to them may also wander into neighborhoods, where they become nuisances or even dangers. White-tailed deer feed on gardens and flower beds, leaving behind trampled and shredded plants. The pests also tend to graze near roads. Each year, nearly 50,000 car accidents in Michigan are caused by collisions with deer. Residents who find the carcasses of small mammals, such as rabbits and mice, on their property may be dealing with foxes or coyotes. These predators are known to attack unattended livestock and pets.
Q&A with Local Franchisee Rodney Peters
What are some of the most common wildlife issues that homeowners face in your area?
Squirrels, raccoons, moles, snakes, opossums, animal exclusion repairs.
How do the seasons affect wildlife activity in your area?
Fall, Winter, and Spring we deal mostly with squirrels, birds and raccoons. During the summer it is mostly moles, bats, groundhogs (woodchucks), opossums and skunks.
Any prevention tips for residents in your area?
Have an inspection and animal exclusion repairs done to seal up the house before there are animals getting in the attic.
When should homeowners call Critter Control?
As soon as they are aware that there is a critter issue.