We a complete job, from start to finish. We remove wildlife humanely and effectively, using the proper traps, tools, and techniques for each unique animal and situation.
When we encounter animals inside a house, we inspect every part of the house, from ground level to every part of the roof, to identify all the areas of entry, and all vulnerable
areas, and we perform professional repairs, with guarantee, to seal entry holes shut. We inspect inside the attic to find any damage or biohazard, and provide full cleaning services. We offer attic decontamination, poison-free and permanent rodent control,
bat colony exclusion, bird prevention, snake removal, dead animal removal and odor control, and more.
Here in the east bay we have a variety of nuisance wildlife species. Urban encroachment on the local wildlife habitat has forced animals into people's homes. Our company deals primarily with
raccoons, skunks, squirrels, opossums, chipmunks, groundhogs, and more. We also perform poison-free rodent control services. Oakland has a documented rat problem in buildings. Pigeons are also
common in Oakland, and our bird control techniques prevent them from roosting on your building. We are courteous and take the time to address your wildlife issue completely. We service the the entire
Oakland CA metropolitan region, including all of Alameda County. We also service the towns and suburbs of Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont,
Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro, Union City, Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Fairview, San Lorenzo, Sunol, and more.
NOTE: We are not the Alameda County Animal Control Services. We do provide wildlife removal in Alameda County California, but we are a private company. Please do not call us regarding any matters that should be directed to the free county animal services. They deal
with dog and cat issues, and select issues such as an animal on the street, etc. Below is the TIP OF THE MONTH regarding local Alameda County animal services related matters:
Do catch, neuter, release programs work for cats? - Before you sit there and look away because the growing stray cay population is not your problem, maybe you should look at some shocking statistics:
There are over 70 million stray cats in the United States. This is an approximate amount – the numbers cannot be correctly verified.
You know those taxes you pay? They already go towards the management of stray cats. It has been reported that over 50 million dollars is spent every year on stray and wild animal control – you are already paying for it, so technically, it is already your problem. Surely anything you can do to help bring that figure down would be a great help for everyone, including yourself?
Over a seven year period, breeding cats can create up to 450,000 kittens. Imagine if you humanely trapped a cat, took it to one of the many CNR clinics that are popping up all over the country, and it was released back into the wild. Over seven years, you would have reduced the stray cat number by almost half a million. Now that’s pretty impressive for one very simple action!
As you can imagine, some people are not very happy with the CNR program. Firstly, it requires people to deal with cats that have nothing to do with them, almost in such a way that the people of a community would have to deal with litter on the streets, as such. Secondly, it doesn’t really deal with the problem as the strays are releases after they have been neutered or spayed. Thirdly, it won’t stop the cats from rooting through your garbage cans, spreading disease to family pets, leaving their droppings in the garden, ready for you to flick it up in the air when you mow the lawn. No, you are right; it doesn’t deal with any of those things. However, it does deal with the following:
Eventually, if enough people take part in the CNR program, the amount of stray cats will have decreased over years by so much that the problem will be much more manageable.
• It will reduce the spread of disease – the mothers or fathers can’t spread the viruses and infections to babies they aren’t having!
• Certain behavioral patterns, such as spraying and fighting, have been shown to be reduced with “fixing”
• It is a much more humane way of dealing with the cat problem than extermination. Could you kill a litter of kittens? No? Having these animals fixed would eliminate that problem.
The less the amount of stray and feral cats there are, the less money will need to be spent on managing the problem and the more money that could be better spent elsewhere.
• Vets offer the CNR program at no cost so it isn’t going to cost you anymore than a trap that you can use over and over again, and the gas to take the cat to the Vet.
Before you disregard this program and decide that you don’t want to take part in it, maybe you should look at both sides of the story. Eventually these strays will die of natural causes or disease and they won’t have left a litter of kittens behind. Eventually, if enough people jump on the bandwagon, the stray cat problem, when combined with pet fixing and micro-chipping, could almost be eliminated one day. Didn’t you want to give your kids a better world to grow up in?
To learn more about our services, visit the Oakland wildlife removal home page.