Hialeah Wildlife Control
|Animal Control Hialeah is a professional, fully licensed and insured, wildlife and pest control company servicing the
greater Hialeah, FL area. We perform all facets of pest control, and specialize in the humane removal of unwanted wildlife from homes and commercial properties. If you
have a problem with a wild critter, such as a raccoon in your garbage cans, a squirrel in the attic, a colony of bats in your building, a mouse or rat infestation,
or a problem with pigeons, we can take care of the problem. We have over 15 years of experience, and most of our business is referrals from satisfied customers. Give
us a call any time, and we are happy to discuss your wildlife problem, offer you a price estimate over the phone, and schedule an appointment, usually same day or next
day. Our number is 786-257-0335. We look forward to hearing from you!
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||Rat & Mouse Control: We are experts at rodent control. The big mistake that a lot of other pest
control companies make, when it comes to rat & mouse control, is the use of poison. Poison is a completely ineffective approach to rodent control. It only kills a percentage
of the rodents, and new ones quickly come in (or are born) to replace the dead ones. The ones that die often do so in the attic or walls, and it creates a terrible
odor. The proper approach is to seal off all entry points into the building, and to trap and remove them all. This is the only permanent solution. After
we've removed all rats, we clean that attic, so that it is sanitary once more.
||Hialeah Bat Control: This is a specialty field. We have a 100% success rate at bat removal projects,
and pride ourselves on our precision. We never harm any of the bats - they are valuable creatures, and it's against the law to do so - but we completely remove all
of the bats, and seal up your home or building so that no bats can ever enter again, and we give written guarantee on our work. Bat control requires a strong knowledge
of bat behavior, and great precision in sealing the tiny gaps that bats can enter. We also provide guano cleanup and removal and decontamination to eliminate health
risks associated with bats.
|We service the greater Hialeah Florida area, north to Hollywood FL, and Cooper City, Pembroke Pines, Miramar, Hialeah Gardens,
Hallandale Beach, Aventura, North Hialeah Beach, Sunny Isles Beach, North Hialeah, Bay Harbor Islands, Hialeah Shores, North Bay Village, Hialeah Beach, Hialeah, Brownsville,
Sweetwater, Westchester, Kendall, Coral Gables, and more. Call us any time for professional wildlife pest animal control in Hialeah.
Hialeah FL Animal Control Emails:
5.5.2010 I am a dog owner, and I love dogs. I have a medium sized mixed breed (Malteese-Poodle-Bichon) rescue dog that weighs about 19 pounds, Shelby. I live on the canyon in Scripps Ranch that runs from Aviary Drive up towards Red Cedar Drive. There is an easement on Saunders Ct. I never allow my dog outside in the front of my house on any occasion without a leash. I never walk my dog in the canyon behind my house because most dog owners allow their dogs to run unleashed. Last evening a large black Labrador type dog was running along the outside of our fence causing my dog to bark and become agitated. It is a very steep bank up from the canyon to my property and most people would not be able to climb up it to retrieve their animal. In this canyon, I have experienced dogs running up to me and my dog in a threatening way, and there is absolutely nothing I can do to prevent a conflict.
Today an unleashed dog attack my dog, Shelby, at Miramar Lake. A large white pitbull mix (about the size of a stout boxer) ran for Shelby. His owner could not get a hold of him, and the dog started biting Shelby on her back while I was frantically pulling her away. Shelby lost her footing and I was dragging her around by her collar and leash until she slipped out of the collar and was then unleashed also. I was calling to the woman to please get her dog, although with bared teeth and growls going on I did not blame her for not putting her hands into the fray. Shelby was now on her back underneath the bigger dog and both were snarling. The woman took her dogs collar, and I got Shelby back into her collar. Shelby’s back, legs, and underbelly were covered in slobber, burs, dirt, and mud. The woman said her dog had never done anything like this. I told her Shelby was a rescue dog, and she said her dog was too. She asked me how long I had had Shelby and I told her I got her in Sept. The woman was very nice and was concerned for me as well as Shelby. I was definitely shaken. During the mêlée a man was approaching I suspect to help us, and he said, “Poor little thing.” My sentiments! All of these unfortunate events can be prevented if people follow the leash laws.
I wonder if it would help to post signs in the canyons about the leash laws? I know that my neighbors allow their dogs to run unleashed and brag that the dogs love running together. I personally do not want to admonish my neighbors for the way they walk their dogs. I am convinced that my admonition would be ignored, and I would only create animosity in our community. I would like for my complaint to remain anonymous if possible. I shall be purchasing a halter for Shelby for future walks so that in the event she is attacked again, I can swing her around without her collar coming off. At present this is my only defense. I hope that something can be done to enforce the leash law in our canyon and at Miramar Lake. Thank you for listening. Melisa