Wildlife Control

Protect Your Property From Raccoons And Other Wildlife

At McCauley Services we understand that when wildlife invade your property they are a nuisance. They are also dangerous to people, pets and property. Raccoons and other wildlife can be transmitters of rabies and other diseases. They can also introduce fleas and parasites onto your property.  As experienced Arkansas wildlife removal experts,  we realize that, if left to their own devices, wild animals may cause serious damage. Homes and outbuildings are not safe from critters nor are commercial facilities. Wildlife contaminate insulation with their droppings and urine. They may also tear insulation and other building materials. They have the potential to create fire hazards by damaging electrical wiring.

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Professional Wildlife Removal Services

While they may seem harmless, wild animals are unpredictable. Untrained individuals should raccoon in an arkansas backyardnever attempt to control them. Our trained wildlife control professionals will provide you with relief from your wildlife problems while treating the pest in a humane manner. Some of the wild animals McCauley offers services for include:

  • Opossums

  • Raccoons

  • Squirrels

  • Feral cats

  • Skunks

Our wildlife professionals take every step necessary to ensure that wildlife problems are resolved in the most humane way possible. We do not want to bring any harm to the animals we encounter. Our methods include, but are not limited to:

  • Humane trapping

  • Catch and release

  • Live trapping

  • Exclusion

  • Repair of wildlife entry points by our Handyman division

McCauley Services offers FREE inspections on all our wildlife management services! Contact us today!

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Excellent service. Very courteous and willing to take time to answer questions.

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Protecting Your Pets from Ticks

June 15, 2017

The number of people and their pets that are acquiring tick-borne illness is on the rise. Black-legged deer ticks can carry disease and transmit illnesses to both humans and pets alike. Lyme disease is the most common disease that ticks are spreading…

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