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Frequently asked questions about wildlife control

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Are your services free?

No, we are not funded by city, state, or federal organizations. We are a private business and must charge a fee for our services.

Are the traps humane/safe?

Yes, we operate under Best Management Practices set by TWRA in the type of traps we use and frequency of checking the traps.

How do you prevent catching non target animals?

We set traps near the animal’s entry point or travel path. Most of our baits and lures are formulated to attract animals that are within 5-10 feet of the trap – not from long distances.

What if the trap is stolen, damaged or tampered with?

The customer is responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged traps. All our traps are secured down with stakes or wire to help prevent loss.

What do you do with the animal once you remove it?

State, federal, and local laws dictate what we can and can’t do.

What is exclusion?

It is a technique or materials used to protect possible entry points. An example would be a vent guard, chimney cap, or buried barriers to prevent groundhogs or skunks from going under a deck or building. Repairing holes in soffits or replacing boards, but more often upgrades, adding animal proof materials to keep animals out.

Do you handle wild hogs?

Yes, we have the expertise to deal with feral pigs/hogs. We have invested heavily in the proper equipment so that we can expertly help rid your property of these nuisance and dangerous animals. Wild hogs are known carriers of at least 45 different parasites and diseases that pose a threat to livestock, pets, wildlife, and in some cases, human health. Damaging lawns, pastures, Cause Agricultural crop loss, Water pollution, can harm or kill livestock and pets, Cause Wildlife loss (due to eating of eggs and young of some animals) and habitat loss (due to competition with food supply of many other animals and nesting birds)

Do you work on weekends and holidays?

Yes, we provide animal pickup / emergency services on holidays and weekends

What is rabies?

A fatal and contagious viral disease, normally found in mammals, that causes convulsions and delusions and is transmissible through saliva.

What is distemper?

It is a viral disease that causes coughing, fever, and catarrh.

What is Histoplasmosis?

It is normally found in bird and bat droppings in humid areas. If confined to the lungs, it is not serious. However, if it spreads throughout the body, it can be fatal.

What is Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis?

Better known as EPM, is a disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. It’s caused by the microbe, Sarcocystis neurona, commonly found in the opossum. Horses that come in contact with infected opossum feces can develop neurologic disease.

What is God’s plan of salvation?

Sin separates us from God. Apart from Christ, We are hopeless, guilty, lost, helpless, and walking in the way of death. (Genesis 3: 14-19, Psalm 38, Isaiah 53:6; 59 1-2, Romans 6: 20-23) The Bible clearly states that we are all sinners. ( Romans 3:23) says all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.

From the moment Adam sinned, sin entered the world (Romans 5:12) The result of Adam’s sin is a sinful nature that we have all inherited. Being a sinner isn’t a choice we get to make after we are born. It’s simply the way we are born. If anyone claims to be without sin, they are only deceiving themselves.( 1 John 1:8) God forgives our sins and reconciles us through his Son, Jesus Christ.  “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.” (John 3:16-17) Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved. (Act4:12) To have faith means to believe the Gospel is the truth: that Jesus died for our sins, rose from the dead, and rules over our life. Therefore, you entrust yourself to him as your Savior, and obey him as your Lord. (Psalm 40:1-10, Proverbs 3:5-8, John 1:9-13 Romans 10:9-12 Hebrew 11:1,6)