Bradenton Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Bradenton

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Bradenton! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Bradenton, FL. Why should you call us for your wildlife removal problems? Because we take a humane approach to pest and wildlife control that we pride ourselves on. We perform preventative and exclusions methods to remove the critters first, relying on live cage traps as a last resort, sealing the entry-points as we go. This ensures the problem doesn’t come back. We don’t use poisons. Why? Because they don’t work, and they also cause more problems than they solve. We want to keep you and your household safe and happy, and that’s just why we will do the job in the safest way possible. We will not only repair any damage the wildlife has done to your home, but perform all sealing jobs. We will also remove any leftovers from your animal invader, cleaning up disease threats in the form of bat guano, for example, and also disposing of dead carcasses. We specialize in removing animals in the attic - squirrels, rats, raccoons, etc., but there isn’t a job too big or small for us. We are available 24/7 - we know that animals don’t take days off, so we don’t either. Call us now at 941-256-3218 for your Bradenton wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Bradenton and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Florida licensed and insured.

Bradenton raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Bradenton snake removal and prevention.

Bradenton bird control services.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service Sarasota County, Manatee County and more. We service towns such as North Port, Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, Palmetto, Longboat Key, Bee Ridge, Desoto Lakes, Englewood, Fruitville, Gulf Gate Estates, Kensington Park, Lake Sarasota, Laurel, Nokomis, North Sarasota, Osprey, Plantation, Ridge Wood Heights, Sarasota Springs, Siesta Key, South Gate Ridge, South Sarasota, South Venice, Southgate, The Meadows, Vamo, Venice Gardens, Warm Mineral Springs and more.

Bradenton Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: About an Armadillo

Armadillo (Dasypus Novemcinctus) looks like a big house cat. It is nine-banded. Its body is brownish gray and is about a foot and a half in length. Its tail is also over a foot long and is covered with bony rings. A Bradenton armadillo has scaly plates and these are known as scutes. They cover its tail, head and the whole body. The plates on the rumps and the shoulders are quite large. They are nine and in rare cases, there armadillos with lesser number of bands or plates on their midsections that allow it to bend. It looks like armor with a series of plates or scutes that are covered with skin that looks like leather. This armor serves as a protective shield against Florida predators and also against biting insects as well as abrasive soil.

A Florida armadillo has a long snout and a pointed head. Its teeth are large and look like pegs. It has pointed ears. The front teeth have sharp and large claws that help it to burrow after digging. Its underbelly is soft. It has a fur cover also on its body despite the armor-like bands. Hence, an armadillo is sensitive to extreme temperatures. During winter, it will be active during the warmer part of the day and during summer; it will be active during the night when it is cool. It is not able to withstand when the temperatures drop very low below freezing. They are hetero-thermal and their regulatory systems are not so developed to adapt to drastic fluctuations in temperatures. However, they maintain a constant temperature in their bodies under conditions without stress. Male Bradenton armadillos have no scrotum and their testes do not stretch past their pelvic girdle. The females also do not have a true vagina but rather have a single uro-genital exit.

Armadillos are mostly found in hardwood forests and brush lands. They prefer regions that have soft soil as they can easily burrow through it. They are also found near water sources such as water holes and creeks. They are, however, found in a large range of habitats such as deserts, mountains, coastal regions and wetlands. They like to remain mostly on the ground as their body structure does not make it easy for them to climb trees. They love to swim in a smaller body of water.