Prevention & Control
Milton Wildlife is committed to providing the best wildlife control service in the Milton region. We go out of our way to ensure extraordinary wildlife control services to our customers. Our team of professionals ensures that unwanted intrusions by wild animals in your property are fully controlled. Our experts take care of the wild animals in a safe and humane manner.
Expert professionals from our organization inspect your home to find out the source of the animal intrusions. Then, we move on to suggest the best possible plan for the removal process.
Some of the best techniques available currently are used by our team. This will help to ensure that all of the animals are successfully captured and handled with care.
Once the animals have been trapped, we move on to remove them from your property and begin repairing any of the entry points that are prone to further intrusion attacks from the animals.
Skunks control These small stinkers live in forest areas, woodlands, grasslands and rural areas but sometime they also intrude on urban environments for food. The most common threat from the skunks is the horrible scent. Nobody will like to have a skunk on their property to spray an extremely bad odor. Skunks will also damage your lawn by digging burrows all over the yard.Load More
Raccoons control Raccoons are mostly found outdoors in forests, however they have become trespassers to urban area for searching food. They have become a common problem in urban households. Raccoons might be dangerous when they enter our houses. They can get into your household from any small opening, finding a warm and safe place for giving birth.Load More
Squirrels control Squirrels are generally small and harmless. But when they get inside into your home then they become destructive. The extremely sharp teeth of squirrels is one of the reason of threat. They can harm your belongings by chewing on anything like isolated wires, pipes or any exposed thing. This animal generally takes shelter on roofs and attics to give birth.Load More