Lansing Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Lansing - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Lansing! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Lansing, MI. If you choose us as your wildlife control company, you'll be getting yourself a service that is second to none, as shown by the fact we've been voted the #1 wildlife removal company in the Metropolitan area for the last 3 years. There are many reasons behind this rating, but one of the ones we are most proud of is our high standard of customer service. We like to leave every single customer happy, and more than that — safe from wild animal intruders. Thankfully, our 32-point inspection, wealth of animal knowledge, and years of training has given us an approach to removal and control that just can't be beaten. It is believed that there are over twenty different venomous snake species in the United States, and we can take of and remove (safely) every single one of them. Just pick up the phone if you find yourself faced with a slithering serpent and we'll offer same-day appointments to come in remove it for you. Call us now at 517-827-9072 for your Lansing wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Lansing and Our Services:

We answer our phones 24/7.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Licensed and insured in Michigan

Lansing rat control and rodent removal

Bat control in Lansing - removal from attics

Raccoon and skunk removal in Lansing

Lansing dead animal removal inside houses.

Michigan Snake control services

Bird Removal and Prevention

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service Eaton County, Clinton County, Ingham County, and Shiawassee County. We service towns such as Lansing, East Lansing, Meridian Charter Township, Delta Charter Township, Delhi Charter Township, DeWitt Charter Township, Bath Charter Township, Flint, Saginaw, Bay City, Midland and more.

Lansing Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How to Get Lansing Raccoons Out of Your Attic

Nobody likes to have Michigan critters in their home. Raccoons invading your attic are a real problem in rural and suburban areas. The think your attic is the perfect place to raise a family. It is secure, dry, and accessible to plenty of food and water. Raccoons will make your life miserable with their noise and mess if you allow them to settle in. the longer you wait the greater chance they have to establish their home in your attic. As soon as you discover these masked Lansing bandits in your home, you must take action!

Here is a series of simple steps to be your guide.

1) Make sure it is Michigan raccoons
Examine the exterior of your home for ripped open vents or pulled off siding. Tiny footprints that look like small hands, especially around the base of your home as they look for a way to climb. Scat (droppings) the size of a medium dog at the base of trees or fallen logs. Scratch marks around the base of your trees and your house. Garbage cans that have been opened and rifled through for food. Low growls (made when they are protecting food) Chittering or snuffling sounds in walls chimneys or attics, or screeching sounds (made during breeding). Spot Lansing raccoons coming and going in your yard or from your house.

2) Find out how the raccoons are gaining access
This is a most important step! You must find their doorways and seal them permanently or they will return. Inspect all of your roof, Ridgeway, and eaves. Michigan raccoon holes will have a large concentration of scratch marks and some fur around them. Raccoons are nocturnal (active at night) so you may see them at dark or dawn.

3)Decide on your method of eradication
You have found where the Michigan raccoons are nesting, and know how they are getting in. Check to see if there are babies in the nest. Their fate is now in your hands. Do you just want to run them off? Will you kill them? What will happen to the babies? You must consider the results. If they are killed, what will you use and how will you deal with carcasses? If you make them leave where will they go and how do you keep them from coming back? If you capture them live, what do you do with them?

4) Now that you have a plan, let us make it happen
If you choose to kill them, one option is poisonous gas bombs. You must block all the entryways to your attic at one time and secure any vents into your Lansing home. This could work, but it is the best choice. Even if you do not mind cleaning up dead bodies, it will take time for them all to die. If you put out poisoned bait, you have the same results but death could take days.