Rochester, MN Pest Animal Removal & Wildlife Control
Wildlife Management Services
Rochester Animal Removal is a full-service pest animal removal company located in Rochester, MN in Olmsted County, Minnesota. We specialize in the removal and control of wild animals from your home. Some of the most common animals in Rochester are raccoons, skunks, squirrels, snakes, bats, and rats. Animal removal and animal control in Olmsted County is closely regulated by the County and by the state of Minnesota to ensure humane and proper treatment of the wild animals removed. Before you hire any animal removal or animal control professional in Olmsted County you should check to make sure they have the proper documentation from the Minnesota Department of game and inland fisheries and that they have the proper insurance and license to do any kind of work to your home. The most common problem that animal removal agents find in Rochester is squirrels, closely followed by raccoons and bats and Skunks.
Rochester, MN Squirrel Removal
Rochester squirrel removal is a very common call that we receive in the spring and fall. Squirrels take advantage of the very close housing located in Rochester and other parts of Southern Minnesota and are often seen jumping from rooftop to rooftop and running back-and-forth on the power lines. Squirrel Removal and Squirrel control in Olmsted County is increasing and should be handled as soon as a squirrel problem is discovered in your home or attic. Do not let the squirrels stay in your attic!
Rochester, MN Raccoon Removal
Rochester raccoon removal is the second largest problem that we as a animal removal company deal with in Rochester County. Raccoons are very clever animals and they have learned to adapt very well to the suburban environment of Rochester MD. Raccoons will dig through trash, dig up your yard and destroy practically anything to obtain food. Raccoons in Olmsted County will get into the attic of your home and do a large amount of damage in a short period of time. Raccoons should not be allowed to stay in your Rochester attic and should be removed as soon as they are discovered. Raccoons are the most destructive pest animal in MN!
Rochester,MN Bat Removal
Rochester Bat Removal and Bat Control has been on the rise for the last seven years. Bats have been found in the Olmsted County Courthouse, many Rochester churches and many houses throughout the entire County. The most common problem associated with bats in your attic is the large amount of bat guano that builds up in your attic over a period of time. Bats should not be allowed to stay in your attic. As soon as the bats are discovered in your attic a bat removal and bat control professional should be called- especially an expert at Bat Exclusion. Quality bat exclusion can solve your bat problem forever! Give us a call to schedule your free bat inspection today!
Rochester,MN Skunk Removal
Rochester skunk removal is another common animal that is found in Olmsted County and the complaints that we receive are numerous. The most common complaint associated with skunks in Rochester is that the skunks will dig under the stoops or steps of the house to gain access to a decent place to live. This becomes a problem if a homeowner has a dog and the dog and the skunk meet. The skunk will spray the dog. The one that usually wins is the skunk. Never try to deal with a skunk removal problem yourself. Always contact a professional skunk removal expert.
These are just a few of the more common animal removal calls we deal with in Rochester and Olmsted County. We also deal with other animal removal problems related to birds, groundhogs, foxes, coyotes, beavers and any wildlife that is found in the state of Minnesota. We are a privately held company and do not deal with dog or cat calls. These kinds of calls should be directed to the Olmsted County animal control office at (612) 348-4250 This number is for dog and cat calls only!
We are the professionals at dealing with wild animals in Rochester MN, we are the pest animal removal and control experts of Olmsted County, Minnesota!