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Cincinnati Wildlife Pest Control

Cincinnati Wildlife Pest Control specializes in the removal of nuisance wildlife from homes and buildings in the Cincinnati area. We offer a wide variety of services from attic inspections to damage repairs, and can resolve any human-wildlife conflict. We remove squirrels from attics, raccoons from property, bats from buildings, and we control bird problems. We are experts at rodent control and offer complete rat and mouse extermination. We are not a standard Cincinnati pest control company - we only specialize in wild animals - raccoons, squirrels, skunks, rats, opossums, bats, snakes, birds, etc. We are fully licensed and insured in the state of Ohio, owner-operated, and fully proficient and equipped to handle any critter problem, start to finish.  Please give us a call at Cincinnati Wildlife Pest Control any time and we will listen to your problem, explain your options and our pricing, and we will schedule an appointment.  
  We operate throughout the Greater Cincinnati OH area, including the towns of  Delhi Hills, Norwood, Montgomery, Maderia,  Kenwood, Covedale, Loveland, Sharonville, Springdale, Forest Park, Milford, Northbrook, Groesbeck, Brentwood, Mount Healthy, Finneytown, and more, pluys Northern Kentucky, including Covington, Newport, and more. We treat all customers the way we'd like to be treated. When you call, we will answer the phone 24-7, and show up on time, and provide the utmost quality of work and professionalism. We believe that we are the best in the industry - a far cry from some of the other careless critter trappers out there. If you have any questions or wish to call us to set up an appointment (usually same or next day), give us a call any time. Here are some of our services:
Animals in Attics - This is the most common job that we deal with. If you hear running and scratching noises in your attic, give us a call! We will determine the type of wildlife, from squirrels to coons, and take the appropriate steps to remove all of the critters, and make sure your problem is solved permanently.
Humane Wildlife Trapping - We know that critters can cause all sorts of trouble. From raccoons tipping over the garbage to skunks spraying under your shed, we are experts at wildlife trapping. We use humane live cage traps, remove all animals same day, and relocate them at least 15 miles from the capture site.
Prevention & Exclusion Repairs - Once we get all of the animals out of your house, the only way to solve a future problem permanently is to find and completely seal shut all of the areas of entry. Our exclusion repairs are of the highest quality, usually with steel, and come with a written guarantee!
Attic Cleanup Services - The critters living in your home and attic caused more than noise.  They also likely caused attic damage, and left behind contaminants - droppings and urine.  Animal waste can carry diseases that pets and humans can catch, and the scent can lure in new critters.  We clean it 100%.
Dead Animal Removal - If you have a terrible odor in your house or building, there's a good chance that it's due to a dead Ohio animal rotting somewhere in the attic or walls.  We are experts at finding and removing dead animal carcasses, and providing full cleanup and odor relief.
We Handle These Animals (Click Any Below Critter To Learn More About Our Trapping)
  Raccoon     Squirrel     Rat / Mouse     Opossum     Snake     Bat     Pigeon     Dead Animal
About Our Company
We operate a professional wildlife removal company operating in the Cincinnati area, including the towns of Covedale, Delhi Hills, Norwood, Maderia, Kenwood, Montgomery, Loveland, Sharonville, Springdale, Forest Park, Northbrook, Groesbeck, Brentwood, Mount Healthy, Finneytown, and more, plus Northern Kentucky, including Covington, Newport, and more. We specialize in the humane removal of wild animals from buildings and property. We commonly remove animals from attics, provide bat control and rat control, and also general wildlife trapping and repair and prevention services. We are fully licensed and insured, and operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us at 513-906-4260.

Latest Cincinnati Wildlife Trapping Tip
How to Catch Raccoon with a Snare Pole: Are you facing serous raccoon infestation in your home, garden or chicken coop? Do you want to effectively get rid of raccoon that has been causing troubles and making mess of your garbage but do know the best approach to that? Or you are considering catching raccoon using snare pole? If these are your needs, you are welcome as this article is dedicated to intimate you on how to catch raccoon with a snare pole. Trapping raccoon with snare pole will give you chance of not only solving your infestation problem but also provide the animal another territory to inhabit.

How to Get a Good Snare Pole to Catch Raccoon
When it comes to catching raccoon with snare pole, the quality of your pole will determine the effectiveness in catching coon for you. There are two ways to get a snare pole, you can either make one yourself or buy a commercial snare pole in the market. You can easily find good commercial snare pole dealer when you search on the internet. The dealer will know the best pole to give you depending on the level of your raccoon infestation. Read more here: How to Catch Raccoon with a Snare Pole

Previous Wildlife Tip Articles:
What if a squirrel got inside my house or bedroom
How to remove wild animals in the attic
Do All Raccoons Have Rabies?
Ohio rodent trapping rules eased
What Kind of Damages Can a Beaver Cause?
Should I Ever Poison a Coyote?
What to do if You Have a Dead Animal Under Your House
Latest Cincinnati Animal Control Information:
Even before we come to why attempting to poison a Cincinnati coyote is simply a bad idea, let us look at other methods that are used and considered by other people in removal and killing of coyotes.
- Traps. These are mostly lethal traps which rather than capture the animal, they crush the animal to its death. This is a commonly used method. The biggest disadvantage with this is that it also puts your pets and other livestock in danger, because the trap is not selective to coyotes and if a dog finds its way into a trap, well, it gets crushed.
- Guns. These are also used quite regularly and who doesn't know the dangers of firing a gun about?
So, if you are considering poisoning an Ohio coyote that's been bothering you, then please think again. THIS IS A TERRIBLE IDEA that you should not even consider.

The poison may be consumed by other animals
How many animals are you willing to kill before you get to the coyote? Due to the conflict between coyotes and humans, coyotes are less likely to turn up searching for food when there is heavy human traffic.
- This means that you have to set the bait and leave it for the coyote to find and ingest it along with the poison.
- Remember it's not only Cincinnati coyotes go around picking up food.
- Pets like dogs do the same and basically eat the same type of food. And it's not like the poison is coyote specific. So you are likely to poison your own and your neighbors pets before the coyote.

It's inhumane
Supposing you successfully poison the coyote. The poison will take a while before it kills the coyote. It's not like bug spray on ants. It might take hours maybe even days. And throughout this time the animal is going to be in pain and would be cruel. Add to that, the Ohio animal will spread its misery by attacking other animals and people that it may come across. It may even kill and this is going to be your fault.

Location of where it will die
Taking in consideration the period of time it will take the Cincinnati coyote to die, there's no telling where it's going to die. It may die in someone's back yard. Its decomposing body will leave a terrible stench and imagine what a nuisance that would be. And more so if a child came across the body.

You may kill unintended animals
Considering the poison that you use to poison the coyotes is another thing. Once you poison the coyote, you might end up secondarily poisoning other animals for example mountain lions which might consume the coyote and this in turn causes multiple deaths of wild Ohio animals that you didn't even intend.