Putnam County Wildlife Removal

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Welcome! Putnam County Wildlife Removal is a full-service pest control company specializing only in the removal of nuisance animals in Putnam County, Tennessee. Whether you have a problem with squirrels in the attic, a raccoon in your garbage, skunks under your shed, rats or mice in your house, a snake in your yard, or a problem with birds or bats, we can solve it! We are fully trained and know everything about the wildlife of Tennessee. We answer our phone 24/7, and can schedule a same-day or next day appointment. Call us at 931-278-6802 and see why we are voted Putnam County's best animal removal company! Some of the services we offer include:

  • Humane Animal Trapping & Relocation
  • Home, Roof, and Attic Inspections
  • Preventative and Animal Damage Repairs
  • Attic Cleanup, Feces Cleanup, Odor Control
  • Putnam County, TN Snake Removal
  • Poison-free Rat & Mouse Control - Permanent
  • Bat Removal and Bird Control
  • Dead Animal Carcass Removal

CALL US ANY TIME AT 931-278-6802

Putnam County trapping Over the years of offering our services in the local area, we already know that the secret behind the success of the company is the way you treat the people. We make sure that the interests and needs of our customers will always come first. We still consider how our methods can have an impact on their lives and properties. We also take care of our employees. We make sure that they will have a conducive working environment, and they will have the opportunity to grow. With this, we have been voted as the best wildlife control company by the locals for three years and counting. We are not stopping there. We plan to expand our operation to help more people in nearby states. We believe that people deserve access to convenient, safe, effective, and environment-friendly solutions at a price that they can easily afford. Our work comes with a guarantee and warranty. Should there be an issue with our services within the specified time, we will fix the problem with no additional charges. We only use high-quality materials and employ the most effective methods that are based on international standards. Talk to us today and let us know how we can serve you better.

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Every wildlife situation is different: What type of animals? do you need trapping, prevention, repairs, cleanup? Call us and we can give pricing for your situation.

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Putnam County trapping

We are experts in the wild animals of Tennessee. We treat these animals with respect, in a humane manner. We are not a typical Putnam County exterminator company. We focus on complete solutions, and have experience with every type of unwanted critter in Putnam County, TN. Example animals we handle include:

  • Putnam County animals in the attic like squirrels
  • Putnam County rodent extermination - no poisons
  • Putnam County bat removal and Putnam County bird control
  • Putnam County snake removal, Putnam County dead animal removal

Putnam County wildlife control Tip of the Month:

How mice communicate using pheromones

What are Pheromones?
Pheromones are special hormones which use a chemical factor to cause a social reaction in members of the same species. They can act like hormones, but external to the body rather than internal to it. Instead of affecting the body that secretes them, pheromones affect the receivers. Pheromones generally affect behavior or physiological aspects such as sex pheromones, food pheromones, and alarm pheromones.

How Mice use Pheromones:
Mice are known to release pheromones in times of threat and stress. The purpose of these pheromones is to respond to the danger. These pheromones have a strong smell, which all other mice in the area can smell. The smell alerts all the other mice of the potential threat, and they all will rush to the center where a member of their species will be in danger.

Sexual Pheromones from Female Mice.
Female mice can release pheromones during the warmer times. The male mice in the area then smell this strong scent and rush to them. Lots of male mice will rush to the female, but the female will then choose one that she wants to mate with.

Social Behaviors of Mice
Mice tend to live in groups and families. If you see a mouse somewhere, you are bound to see more mice around the same area very soon. The mice use pheromones to locate each other, and therefore, they live together in large groups of families. The social profiling of mice is quite complicated, as they make complicated territories and groups. They communicate using various parts of their bodies including ears, noses, and mouth. They also communicate verbally, but this is likely to be inaudible to the human ear, despite the occasional audible squeak.

Understanding Pheromones to get rid of Mice.
It is essential that you understand how pheromones work in mice to get rid of them. Mice leave around traces of their pheromones, which is why removing one mouse always leads to more mice. Therefore, you will need to learn to remove the pheromones. The next part may disgust you, but a common pheromone for mice is urine. Mice use the pheromones in the urine in order to notify lack of food, marking territory for mating and many other reasons. The apex male mouse has a specific smell in his urine which tells all the other male mice to stay clear of the area. Mice can also develop relationships with one another by grooming each other and proving friendships.

Hopefully, this article would have explained pheromones to you enough to understand how you can counter the mouse problem in your house. Removing pheromones such as urine is the key to stop mice from coming into your house repeatedly.

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How to get skunks out from under a shed or porch

We service local towns such as Patterson, Brewster, Lake Caramel, Mahopac, Peach Lake. If in doubt about our service range near Putnam County, or the wildlife services we offer, give us call at 931-278-6802. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your Putnam County pest control critter problem! 921 S Willow Ave, Cookeville, TN 38501