Wildlife Removal Services in Tennessee and Georgia
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Free Qualified Removal for Raccoons, Opossums, Skunks, Bats in the Attic or Crawl
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Why Humane Animal Removal?
We bring all orphaned babies to animal rehabilitators
In collaboration with local rehabilitators, we nurture abandoned animals until they are ready for release back into their natural habitats. In unfortunate cases where a mother racoon or opossum passes away, found in attics or under homes, we remove the deceased animal and then promptly transfer the orphaned babies to a trusted local superhero.
We care about the animals
Animals are deeply beloved by us, and their well-being is our topmost priority. We are aware that the animals have inhabited this area since before we hoisted buildings there. The fact that the animal thinks our house would be a secure place to reside is not their fault. All local wildlife will be captured alive and relocated.
Relocation of Animals & Ethical Trapping
Wildlife control and animal removal experts from The Animal Guys humanely traps and/or removes skunks, raccoons, opossums, rats, birds, mice, snakes, lizards, armadillos, moles, bats, squirrels, chipmunks, gophers, beavers, flying squirrels, muskrats, foxes, coyotes, snapping turtles, nutria and any other nuisance wildlife.
Let Our Customers be the Judge!
Very professional. Excellent work.
Very professional. Excellent work. Will be recommending to family and friends....
- Eric Barajas - Local Guide 60 reviews 10/13/2021
FINALLY someone who actually took care of my squirrel problem!
FINALLY someone who actually took care of my squirrel problem! I've had countless handy men and "professionals" come out to fix my problem, but they always come right back! You get what you pay for I gu...
- Nate Cloud 06/19/2018
I highly recommend these guys
I highly recommend these guys, especially Duane who is a pro. I had a stubborn groundhog burrowing under the foundation of my garage. I tried to trap it but with no success. Turns out they are difficult...
- Mac Cessna 07/10/2021