Annapolis

Annapolis Pest Animal Removal: 410-774-5789

Pest Animal of Annapolis provides nuisance animal removal services in Annapolis, MD. We humanely solve conflicts between people and the wild animals of Annapolis Maryland, including raccoons, squirrels, rats, snakes, birds, opossums, skunks, and more! We are a full-service nuisance wildlife control company servicing the greater Annapolis region. We provide both residential and commercial services, and are fully licensed and insured in Maryland. 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 Annapolis. Every situation is different, so give us a call at 410-774-5789 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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Building Repairs

Prevention Work

Wildlife Trapping

Annapolis RACCOON CONTROL: Call us now for raccoon removal in Annapolis, MD.
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Annapolis SQUIRREL CONTROL: Call us now for squirrel removal in Annapolis, MD.
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Annapolis SKUNK CONTROL: Call us now for skunk removal in Annapolis, MD.
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Annapolis RAT CONTROL: Call us now for rat removal in Annapolis, MD.
Visit the How to get rid of rats page to learn how to do it yourself.
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Annapolis MOUSE CONTROL: Call us now for mouse removal in Annapolis, MD.
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Annapolis BAT CONTROL: Call us now for bat removal in Annapolis, MD.
Visit the How to get rid of bats page to learn how to do it yourself.
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Annapolis SNAKE CONTROL: Call us now for snake removal in Annapolis, MD.
Visit the How to get rid of snakes page to learn how to do it yourself.
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Annapolis BIRD CONTROL: Call us now for bird removal in Annapolis, MD.
Visit the How to get rid of birds page to learn how to do it yourself.
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Annapolis WILDLIFE CONTROL: Call us now for wildlife removal in Annapolis, MD.
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: Anne Arundel County, Hillsmere-Shores, Highland Beach, Parole, , Cedarwood-Cove, Baltimore, Washington DC, Aberdeen, Alexandria, College Park, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Hagerstown, Laurel

Other Resources for FREE Sity Animal Removal:
Anne Arundel County Animal Services: 410-222-8900
Davidsonville Wildlife Sanctuary Wildlife Rehabilitators: (410) 798-0193 https://www.facebook.com/Davidsonville-Wildlife-Sanctuary-Md-1474057636233799/
Maryland Wildlife Commission: 410-221-8838 X108 http://dnr.maryland.gov/Pages/default.aspx
Annapolis Police Department: (410) 268-9000

Annapolis Wildlife Tip: Black Pepper and Rats
Over the years, many home remedies have been presented in order to put off West Concord rats and similar rodents. It's safe to say, some of these remedies have worked and the others, not so much. Wildlife removal experts are experienced professionals who can get problems like these solved. Some of their methods may include extermination sprays, high pitched noise machines and, light machines. These methods, although effective, tend to be very expensive and time-consuming. Moreover, extermination sprays are full of chemicals which can be problematic to one's home. One way to avoid the problems that come with professional extermination methods is to use a variety of peppers.

Which Peppers to Use?
Peppers tend to have a strong, spicy smell that even irritates humans if we inhale it or smell it for too long. So, peppers have the same effect on West Concord rats and rodents. Some effective peppers to use for this motive may be black peppers, cayenne peppers, peppermint (dried) and more.

Black Peppers:
Black Peppers have a really strong smell and though not very spicy, they may still do a fair job and controlling the West Concord rat. To the very least, it may distract the rat until further notice so that it can be properly exterminated.

Cayenne Pepper:
Cayenne peppers are spicier than black peppers. This type of pepper may have slightly more of a successful effect than the former.

Others:
Some of these may include the peppermint leaf or tea, hot sauce and other types of spicy condiments that are spicy in nature and deter the rat.

How to Use?
This method does not involve any special instructions or precautions like the other methods. Just sprinkle the spice in the area that is rat-infested.

However.
It is also believed that the specific black pepper method is not as successful as the other pepper methods. Furthermore, sometimes any of these home remedies may not work at all! It's better to hire a professional exterminator and take certain precautions to avoid potential problems such as chemical reactions. I used pest animaleffort to remove a pest animal on most of these nuisance wildlife at ranges of less than thirty yards. I used a pest exclusion deviced slug on one at seventy yards. The pest critter was facing me with head erect providing a good vertical target but not permitting much lateral error in aiming. I aimed for a spot midway up its neck and the slug hit it in the throat, passing through the lungs and digestive organs, lodging in where the flank joins the rear leg. The pest critter dropped in its tracks.