Las Vegas Rat Removal
My name is David, and I work in Orlando, but I've spent years training
dozens of wildlife pros, and getting to know hundreds of them throughout
the country. If you need a rat removal company in Las Vegas, NV, I
recommend Critter Control. I believe that this company knows what I know about
rat control, so give them a call at 702-420-2750.
Clark County has a documented rodent problem, which is not uncommon in
many parts of Nevada. If you need to get rid of rats in the attic or a
building in Las Vegas, you don't want to hire a pest control company or
exterminator, you want a wildlife control specialist to do the rodent
removal work correctly. Call Critter Control at 702-420-2750, and describe your rat
or mouse issue, and he will be able to give you a quote and schedule a
same-day or next day inspection to solve the problem.
Critter Control - 702-420-2750
I asked Critter Control to describe their service range, and they said, "Servicing the greater Las Vegas area, all of Clark County, and towns including Paradise, Spring Valley, Summerlin, Enterprise, Henderson, Whitney. Silverado Ranch, Rhodes Ranch, Sunrise Manor, and more."
As a licensed and insured wildlife company in Nevada, Critter Control is fully
qualified to handle rodent removal problems, far more effectively than
most Las Vegas pest control companies, and never with the use of poison. To
find out about the specific terms, and to schedule and appointment,
just call 702-420-2750.|
Clark County, Las Vegas Rat Control Situation: Hi David, I came across your informative site and was hoping you might be able to shed some advice on a situation. I have one single solitary mouse which I've had in my house for months! This thing will not go for any baited mouse trap, from a snap trap to a RatZapper. I've tried varieties of peanut butter for bait, bacon and anything else I found suggested online. This little SOB has eaten drywall and has gnawed clothes and so far I have been unsuccessful in capturing or killing the varmint. It won't eat the warfarin (blue) or the grain colored (beige) bait blocks. I've even tried the anti-freeze with no success. I really feel frosted and hate the idea of having to spend money on a professional to eliminate one lone mouse so I'm hoping you may be able to give me a suggestion I've overlooked. Thanks, Rob Lone mouse, huh? Have you tried sealing your house shut so that it can't get outside any more? Do that, and you'll have no problem catching it. House has been sealed for almost 5 months and checked AND CONFIRMED by two different contractors. I had even taken my house security camera system and set up the cameras in the house. One mouse and only one mouse. I guess it's something you can't help me with!