Tucson

Tucson Pest Animal Removal: 520-999-2121

Pest Animal of Tucson provides nuisance animal removal services in Tucson, AZ. We humanely solve conflicts between people and the wild animals of Tucson Arizona, including raccoons, squirrels, rats, snakes, birds, opossums, skunks, and more! We are a full-service nuisance wildlife control company servicing the greater Tucson region. We provide both residential and commercial services, and are fully licensed and insured in Arizona. In solving pest animal conflicts, we utilize a full array of services, from humane trapping and relocation, to critter prevention and damage repairs, to dead animal removal, attic cleanup, and more. We offer competitive pricing and the best service in Tucson. Every situation is different, so give us a call at 520-999-2121 now to discuss your wild animal problem, and get a price quote over the phone. We answer our phones 24-7-365, work on weekends, and can usually schedule a same-day or next-day appointment to solve your pest animal problem!

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Tucson RACCOON CONTROL: Call us now for raccoon removal in Tucson, AZ.
Visit the How to get rid of raccoons page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for raccoon control, visit our raccoon removal prices page.

Tucson SQUIRREL CONTROL: Call us now for squirrel removal in Tucson, AZ.
Visit the How to get rid of squirrels page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for squirrel control, visit our squirrel removal prices page.

Tucson SKUNK CONTROL: Call us now for skunk removal in Tucson, AZ.
Visit the How to get rid of skunks page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for skunk control, visit our skunk removal prices page.

Tucson RAT CONTROL: Call us now for rat removal in Tucson, AZ.
Visit the How to get rid of rats page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for rat control, visit our rat removal prices page.

Tucson MOUSE CONTROL: Call us now for mouse removal in Tucson, AZ.
Visit the How to get rid of mice page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for mouse control, visit our mouse removal prices page.

Tucson BAT CONTROL: Call us now for bat removal in Tucson, AZ.
Visit the How to get rid of bats page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for bat control, visit our bat removal prices page.

Tucson SNAKE CONTROL: Call us now for snake removal in Tucson, AZ.
Visit the How to get rid of snakes page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for snake control, visit our snake removal prices page.

Tucson BIRD CONTROL: Call us now for bird removal in Tucson, AZ.
Visit the How to get rid of birds page to learn how to do it yourself.
To find out our prices for bird control, visit our bird removal prices page.

Tucson WILDLIFE CONTROL: Call us now for wildlife removal in Tucson, AZ.
We handle all wildlife, such as opossums, groundhogs, armadillos, moles, fox, coyote, and more.
To find out our prices for wildlife control, visit our wildlife removal prices page.



We also service these towns: Pima County, Santa Crus County, Cochise County, Pinal County, Drexel-Alvernon, Littletown, Summit, Drexel Heights, Valencia West, Flowing Wells, Casas Adobes, Catalina Foothills, Tanque Verde, Oro Valley, Tortolita, Rillito, Picture Rocks

Other Resources for FREE Sity Animal Removal:
Pima County Animal Services: 520-243-5900
Wildlife Rehabilitation Facility Wildlife Rehabilitators: 520-743-0217 http://tucsonwildlife.com/
Arizona Wildlife Commission: 602-942-300 https://www.azgfd.com/
Tucson Police Department: (520) 791-4444

Tucson Wildlife Tip: How to keep a squirrel away
Squirrels will come where they think there is a food source. They can consume from fruits to vegetables, birdseed and tree bark. Also, pay attention if there is any food in your yard lying around unintentionally such as plant feeds. Also be careful when you place bird feeders because they can even come for these items.

Make sure they have no attractions to your territory
Fallen fruits from your trees are going to attract them, as they can detect the smell. Rake your yard regularly and also seal your garbage trash cans properly. Squirrels can climb into your trash and feed themselves. Also, fix the holes in your garden and the cracks of your home.

Scare your squirrels away
You can use pets to scare Tucson squirrels away; dogs tend to chase them away usually. Cats can also do the trick. Alternatively, you can try placing figurines of owls as decorations to your garden on your fence or the roof of the house. Another solution would be using stuffed snakes.

Secure your garden and its entry points
Block your garden's entry points. Try placing plastic pipes along your utility wires, so the Tucson squirrels don't climb on them. The tube should be lengthwise split and placed over the wires. This way, it will make the squirrel fall on the ground because the pipe spins on the wire and they can't climb it.

Have plants that Tucson squirrels hate
Squirrels avoid certain plants or bulb plants because of their smell. Squirrels particularly hate daffodils, because of their toxin that makes them inedible. Squirrels are not fans also of Lily-of-the-valley. These dainty bell-shaped flowers have a strong smell that repels squirrels. Other spring bulbs that act as a deterrent are allium and hyacinth.