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About William Carmichael

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About the author:Bill is the owner and operator of Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control – Houston. Graduating from Sam Houston State University, he spent most of the next years in residential property development, building, running subdivisions and mobile home parks.

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Rodents Invading Houston Attics After Harvey

  Hurricane Harvey left Houston residents with many unpleasant parting gifts that have made life difficult in the ravaged city. Some lingered for a few days. Others, like the army of rats that swooped down on the city, seem to … Continue reading

Baby Squirrels Trapped in the Attic After Contractor Installs Screens

  Houston residents should be very particular when selecting a team to handle their wildlife control needs. Technicians who are undertrained ill-equipped or unprepared will do a sub-par job and you may end up incurring greater costs in the long … Continue reading

Humane Wildlife Removal – Avoiding Snake Bites

  Snakebites are dreaded by many especially those who are aware of the potentially serious complications that can arise in the aftermath of a snake bite. Houston residents, in particular, need to be wary since they live amongst a large … Continue reading

Wildlife Prevention: Raccoons in Houston Having some Fun

  Houston’s raccoons are having a ball, especially at night and their nightly shenanigans are causing headaches for the region’s property owners. As a result, property owners find themselves needing to engage the services of wildlife prevention experts. Read more … Continue reading

Skedaddle Houston: How to Properly Remove Snakes

  Snakes don’t usually fall among that category of wildlife that people adore and appreciate. This has a lot to do with the fact that they are so misunderstood. It is quite interesting that snakes are so misunderstood since this … Continue reading

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