Montreal is a sprawling city that is one of the biggest not just in Canada but in North America. The island of Montreal is home to numerous species of urban wildlife whose populations thrive through co-existing near humans. Raccoons, squirrels, skunks, birds, bats, mice and rats do well in urban and suburban environments because people provide plenty of food and shelter.
Food sources include garbage, bird feeders, and gardens while our attics, chimneys, and walls offer warmth and protection from the elements. The proliferation of urban wildlife such as skunks, raccoons, squirrels, bats, and birds has become a huge problem for Montreal property and homeowners. Humane Montreal wildlife control is a must to effectively remove these animals from properties.
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Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has more than three decades of experience and has been providing humane Montreal wildlife control since 2002. Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control is an expert when it comes to removing bats, squirrels, raccoons, skunks, mice, birds, and other urban wildlife that live and thrive on the island of Montreal. These animals have a unique ability to adapt to their environment whenever they look for food and shelter. Most of these animals find their way into attics, walls, ventilation systems, or roof spaces.
For many years, frustrated home and property owners in the area had few choices when it came to Montreal wildlife control. Some of them have turned to exterminators that trapped and relocated these animals to other parts of the city. This approach does nothing to protect the home against all the other animals still living in your neighborhood.
Instead of setting traps and waiting for something to come along, we take a targeted and proactive approach to wildlife control that includes removing the animals from their den site by hand and securing the entry points so they can’t come back. As a pioneer in the wildlife control industry, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has always prided itself on using only humane methods to remove wildlife. Our wildlife specialists are also equipped to clean up the mess left behind by an infestation and all of our workmanship and materials are backed by a lifetime guarantee.
As part of this commitment, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has partnered with the Montreal SPCA and is a proud supporter of their tireless efforts to protect animals against abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Each year, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control founder and President, Bill Dowd raises awareness about urban wildlife as a guest speaker to Dr. David Bird’s Wildlife Management course at McGill University.
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