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Skedaddle Working Together With Your Local Humane Society

It is no secret that biodiversity in the Kitchener-Waterloo region is as rich as the region’s overall quality of life. Many who have a home in this region are no strangers to wildlife interaction. In fact, wildlife and humans in the area have learned to live side by side. Residents in the community benefit from the ecological balance provided by amphibians, reptiles, birds, small mammals, big game and insects. And that is exactly where Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control comes in.

What Does Skedaddle Do Exactly?

 

Skedaddle has a very important role in Kitchener wildlife control. It helps businesses and homeowners in the area protect their properties. A professional approach is always recommended when it comes to dealing with wildlife. Even though most have learned to live with the wildlife in the area in harmony, conflicts still arise every now and then. This happens either when wildlife makes their home in commercial or residential areas, or when humans encroach on wildlife habitat. Both instances cause discomfort and sometimes danger for both sides involved. This is exactly why a professional approach is always necessary for wildlife control.

Placing a baby raccoon in a reunion box so that it can be collected and relocated by it's mother

Placing a baby raccoon in a reunion box so that it can be collected and relocated by it’s mother

It is precisely the role of Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control to help with professional Waterloo and Kitchener wildlife control. This has been Skedaddle’s mission since the inception of the company, and it has helped thousands of businesses and homeowners with wildlife problems. These problems have included everything from humane wildlife removal to working on homes to ensure that the animals do not return.

Skedaddle Proudly Supports & Cooperates With Local Humane Societies

 

A hugely important aspect of the work Skedaddle has been doing for decades has to do with cooperation. The company is a proud supporter of the Cambridge & District Humane Society, as well as the Kitchener/Waterloo Humane Society. In addition to attending events throughout the year, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control also conducts educational seminars about urban wildlife. The company has developed partnerships with animal control departments, wildlife rehabilitators and SPCA’s/Humane Societies in communities across the country. Some of these local organizations include:

  • Burlington Humane Society
  • Guelph Humane Society
  • Montreal SPCA
  • Oakville Humane Society
  • Niagara Falls Humane Society
  • Hope for Wildlife
  • Welland & District Humane Society
  • Fort Erie SPCA
  • Humane Society of Durham Region
  • Rideau Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
One of our wildlife technicians at an SPCA fundraising event

One of our wildlife technicians at an SPCA fundraising event

If you are involved with any of these humane wildlife organizations in your community, stop by their offices to get your hands on some Skedaddle brochures. Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control is always interested in helping with wildlife issues. Similarly, if you are struggling with a wildlife problem or infestation at the moment, don’t hesitate to contact Skedaddle. The company has over two and a half decades of experience in the business. Simply put, there is no wildlife problem Skedaddle can’t handle!

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About the author:Founder of Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control in 1989. Canada's largest urban wildlife removal and exclusion company. Industry leader and pioneer. Split, Scram, Scoot! However you want to say it, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has helped over 200,000 home owners and businesses safely and effectively resolve their wildlife issues. Happy to discuss business and franchising opportunities

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