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Gainesville Animal Control & Wildlife Pest Removal

Gainesville Florida Wildlife Control

I answer my cell phone 24/7 - 352-505-4337

We operate a professional wildlife removal and pest control business based out of Gainesville, FL in Alachua County. We offer the following services:
  • Humane wildlife trapping
  • Repairs to animal damage
  • Complete wildlife prevention
  • Attic and animal waste cleanup
  • Removal of dead animal carcasses
  • Bat control and bird removal
We can solve any problem/conflict with wild animals. We not only trap critters, we offer a full line of complete solutions for wildlife problems.
 

My name is Scott, and I operate the Gainesville branch of Florida Wildlife Control. My business name is Little Rascals Wildlife Specialists I operate throughout Alachua and Marion County, and service the whole north central Florida, south to Ocala. You can give me a phone call on my business cell at any time, 24/7 - our number is 352-505-4337. I look forward to hearing from you!

For more information, visit our website at www.rascaltrappers.com

We also service these Florida locations: Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Sarasota, Orange County, Seminole County

Gainesville Wildlife Control Emails:

Hello, I just read your online article about raccoons in attics. I live in Gainesville FL and I called Critter Guys Animal Trapping and a guy crawled in my attic and didn't see any entry points. He saw a lot of raccoon footprints under the house and I do have several vent screens missing on the lower part of the house. The guy said obviously the raccoon are able to get to the attic from a passage from under the house. He said no rat droppings were up there at all. I hear loud walking a creaking noises at night in the attic. Unfortunately, I wish I read your article before I called them (they are listed on your website by the way), because the guy never mentioned babies in an attic and he just set 2 traps by the open vents on the ground. Further more, their website says that they release them, but he said now they euthanize them. Do you think I should buy the male raccoon urine instead to rid my attic? I've already paid them $150 but I don't want babies to die in the attic, and I really don't want to kill any animals but I do want them out of attic. What do you suggest? Thanks a lot, Leslie
My answer: The best solution is for your crummy, lazy, and cruel trapper to get up there in the attic and find the young!


I live in Gainesville in a condo and for some time now we have been bothered with large birds nesting over head and droppings all around us. We have complained but we donít get any thing but we are told they are working on it and it has been a few years now and many buildings have them nesting in the drains now. I am tired of seeing their droppings which is unsanitary for children that play in all areas of the condo. I would love for someone to take these birds away from here. I donít know how dangerous they would be if we tried to get them down ourselves as they keep on having babies and than populate this area with more birds. So could you please help us with a solution in what we should do to get rid of the birds? Hoping to hear from you. Mary
Hello, I am a resident in the Gainesville FL area and recently found tiny, baby mice. There are two and they are gray in color with white. I did not want to kill them, as they look to be only a week old. I have them now in a pet container with food and they seem to be doing well. I was wondering if I am at risk of disease. Since they look to be so young I felt that they would be safe. Please let me know your thoughts. Jennifer
We just purchased a home and have a wooden deck in the backyard. There seems to be something that has burrowed under the deck and occasionally comes out at night and tears up the backyard (digging holes). We covered the hole going under the deck with a bowl but that seems to have annoyed this creature causing it to dig wider and deeper.. I have not had anyone come out as of yet too see what indeed this creature is but it has become obvious that we need it removed regardless what it is. We do have rabbits, opossums, racoons in the neighborhood. Thanks
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