If you have a DOG or CAT problem, click Hamilton County Animal Services for contact information.
Cincinnati Wildlife Control
|ACS Cincinnati Wildlife Removal specializes in the removal of nuisance wildlife from homes and buildings in the Cincinnati area. We offer a wide variety of services from attic inspections to damage repairs, and
can resolve any human-wildlife conflict. We remove squirrels from attics, raccoons from property, bats from buildings, and we control bird problems. We are experts at rodent control and offer complete
rat and mouse extermination. We are not a standard Cincinnati pest control company - we only specialize in wild animals - raccoons, squirrels, skunks, rats, opossums, bats, snakes, birds, etc. We are fully
licensed and insured in the state of Ohio, owner-operated, and fully proficient and equipped to handle any critter problem, start to finish. Please give us a call at ACS any time
and we will listen to your problem, explain your options and our pricing, and we will schedule an appointment.
||We operate throughout the Greater Cincinnati OH area, including the towns of Delhi Hills, Norwood, Montgomery, Maderia, Kenwood,
Covedale, Loveland, Sharonville, Springdale, Forest Park, Milford, Northbrook, Groesbeck, Brentwood,
Mount Healthy, Finneytown, and more, pluys Northern Kentucky, including Covington, Newport, and more. We treat all customers the way we'd like to be treated. When you call, we will answer the phone 24-7, and show up on time, and provide the utmost
quality of work and professionalism. We believe that we are the best in the industry - a far cry from some of the other careless critter trappers out there. If
you have any questions or wish to call us to set up an appointment (usually same or next day), give us a call any time. Here are some of our services: |
Animals in Attics -
This is the most common job that we deal with. If you hear running and scratching noises in your attic, give us a call! We will determine
the type of wildlife, from squirrels to coons, and take the appropriate steps to remove all of the critters, and make sure your problem is solved permanently.
Humane Wildlife Trapping
- We know that critters can cause all sorts of trouble. From raccoons tipping over the garbage to skunks spraying under your shed,
we are experts at wildlife trapping. We use humane live cage traps, remove all animals same day, and relocate them at least 15 miles from the capture site.
Prevention & Exclusion Repairs -
Once we get all of the animals out of your house, the only way to solve a future problem permanently is to find and completely seal shut
all of the areas of entry. Our exclusion repairs are of the highest quality, usually with steel, and come with a written guarantee!
Cleanup Services - The critters living in your home and attic caused more than noise. They also likely caused attic damage, and left
behind contaminants - droppings and urine. Animal waste can carry diseases that pets and humans can catch, and the scent can lure in new critters. We clean it
Dead Animal Removal
- If you have a terrible odor in your house or building, there's a good chance that it's due to a dead Ohio animal rotting somewhere in the attic or walls. We are experts
at finding and removing dead animal carcasses, and providing full cleanup and odor relief.
We Handle These Animals (Click Any Below Critter To Learn More About Our Trapping)
Rat / Mouse
We operate a professional wildlife removal company operating in the Cincinnati area, including the towns of Covedale, Delhi Hills, Norwood, Maderia, Kenwood, Montgomery, Loveland, Sharonville, Springdale, Forest Park, Northbrook, Groesbeck, Brentwood,
Mount Healthy, Finneytown, and more, plus Northern Kentucky, including Covington, Newport, and more. We specialize in
the humane removal of wild animals from buildings and property. We commonly remove animals from attics, provide bat control and rat control, and
also general wildlife trapping and repair and prevention services. We are fully licensed and insured, and operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Call us at 513-570-5203.
Latest Cincinnati Wildlife Trapping Tip
How to catch raccoons in attic - There are a million ways to catch a raccoon in your attic. If you look on the Internet, everyone and their brother has some “fool proof” method of how to be rid of nuisance critters for good. The only people who really know the best way to handle a raccoon are those who are trained to handle raccoons. These wildlife professionals will be able to rid you home of the pest without creating any harm to the critter or any babies inside the attic. This is the most important thing to remember: Most raccoons in attics are females with young. One way to eliminate the adult is to remove the babies while she is away from the nest. You can place the babies in a cage trap and place it near the mother’s route of travel outside. The majority of the time, she’ll enter the cage to check on her litter. It’s not always possible to remove the babies from the attic. Sometimes the mother will stay if she feels her young are being threatened. This is a potentially dangerous situation. You need to be prepared for the mother raccoon to hold her ground. A professional
from our animal trapping company in Cincinnati will be able to snare her with a pole snare and place her in a cage for transport.
Latest Cincinnati Animal Control News Clip
Rodent trapping rules eased
It might not be a great year for raising an unfenced garden at the outskirts of Southwest Ohio towns, but it could be what is possibly a great fall season for bagging rat on the area's small-acre habitats.
Rodent seasons in the Ohio have been liberalized starting this summer in answer to complaints about too many rodents. Also, complaints about new restrictions on in-line special critter traps have led to what is possibly a temporary
reprieve for sportsmen who capture with those mousetraps. The Ohio Fish and Game Commission last seven day period set 2007 big-game critter stalking seasons that will include three additional seven day periods of rabid disease-ridden
rodent critter stalking in most Ohio units. The commission also authorized extra disease-ridden "mouse tags" in selected Ohio units. "This likely is the first time the Ohio has had extra permits in the 20 years I've been around here,"
remarked Animal Officer Jones, Ohio Fish and Game Agency regional wildlife manager. "We have what is possibly a lot of rodent." Cincinnati exterminator and Cincinnati wildlife removal professionals declined comment on the matter.
commission also vowed to revisit recently set rules that would prevent many modern in-line special critter traps from being used in special critter trap seasons. The special critter trap seasons are designed to compensate for the limited
range and reliability of primitive mousetraps by putting those exterminators in the field during prime times without interference from modern critter traps exterminators. Meantime, the commission on March 8 decided to change all Ohio
special critter trap seasons to "short-range trap" seasons. That means all designated short-range mousetraps – archery, special critter trap and animal removal trap – will be legal in the former special critter trap-only seasons.
Short-range mousetraps include both traditional and in-line special critter traps, animal removal traps, traditional bows, compound bows and crossbows. Neither special critter trap stamps nor archery stamps are needed for the short-range
mousetrap seasons. In other words, in protesting their restrictions, the modern special critter trap groups regained the right to capture in special seasons, but what is possibly a broader group of exterminators will also be allowed during
those seasons. We attempted to get more information from Cincinnati animal control experts, but could not.
Southern Ohio has had short-range mousetraps seasons for years, but the south end of the state also has had seasons specifically
for traditional special critter traps. The official state rules brochure will come out sometime in April. For most exterminators, Oct. 10 likely is the opening day for bull rodent, any disease-ridden, and (except for Unit 1) mule rodent
male animals. Exceptions will be detailed in the 2007-08 wildlife management company regulations pamphlet. The 450 extra rabid disease-ridden permits will be concerned by drawing to exterminators as "second tags" to help reduce the rodent
biologically surveyed amount. Most of the tags can be used anywhere in the designated units, but the 150 extra tags concerned for Unit 3 will be valid only on private land, Animal Officer Jones remarked. "The goal likely is to add pressure
to those rodent that are causing complaints," the humane society manager remarked. Exterminators also will be able to apply for 40 extra cow rodent tags valid north of Cincinnati. "Applying for one of these extra rodent or rodent tags does
not affect your eligibility to apply for any regular controlled animal capture," Animal Officer Jones remarked. Exterminators must apply for these permit drawings in May. This report is not verified by Cincinnati pest control companies.