Muskrat Trapping For Lucas and Wood County Ohio Provided By Toledo Wildlife Control Of Ohio
Humane And Effective Muskrat Trapping Solutions For Lucas And Wood County Ohio Residential, Commercial, And Municipal Properties
Licensed And Insured Division Of Buckeye Wildlife Solutions NW LLC
Toledo Wildlife Control’s Expert Lucas and Wood County Muskrat Trapping Team Can Solve All Your Nuisance Muskrat Issues
The Toledo Wildlife Control crew is professionally educated, trained, and certified in muskrat trapping and knows how to provide solutions to all types of muskrat problems; you’ll be so happy to know that we’re here for you when you get a serious situation that needs our outstanding muskrat trapping and control team.
Toledo Wildlife Control, a Buckeye Wildlife Solutions division, usually gets calls regarding muskrat trapping when muskrats live on Lucas and Wood County, Ohio residential, commercial, or municipal properties with ponds, rivers, streams, and brooks. Muskrats are generally drawn to these areas since there is enough vegetation, like weeds and cattails; they can eat fish, frogs, and other small aquatic wildlife. Interestingly, many of our customers think muskrats are related to rats, but they are strongly linked to lemmings and voles.
Muskrats behave the same way as beavers when nesting, creating an out-of-the-water pushed-up hutch made of sticks and mud, forming a dome above the water’s surface with an underwater entrance. These water-loving critters also burrow into banks to create a nest underground above the waterline, with underwater access. It’s this type of bank burrowing that tend to create serious erosion problems that bring out our top-notch muskrat trapping team to address the resulting erosion issues.
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Toledo Wildlife Control Provides Muskrat Trapping Services Plus Other Wildlife-Associated Services For The Following 13 Ohio Cities In Lucas and Wood County
Holland, Maumee, Oregon, Ottawa Hills, Point Place, Sylvania, Toledo, Waterville, Whitehouse, Bowling Green, Northwood, Perrysburg, and Rossford
Muskrats can transmit parasites and bacteria to water which cause diseases to other animals or wildlife when they drink from that water source. Though uncommon, muskrats get tularemia, a rare infectious disease. Tularemia, also called rabbit fever or deer-fly fever, can kill muskrats and can be passed to humans through its curable. If you find a dead muskrat on your property and handle it with your bare hands, wash your hands carefully with antibacterial soap and hot water.
You don’t have to put up with muskrat problems. Give our Toledo Wildlife Control muskrat trapping experts a call at (419) 552-2001. We’ll set up a time convenient for you so we can come and inspect the water on your property, access your muskrat problem, and offer the best products and strategies to resolve your muskrat issues. Plus, don’t forget, we have Emergency Service 24/7/365, But We Do Add An Extra Fee.
We Take Our Muskrat Trapping Work Very Seriously, And That’s Why Toledo Wildlife Control, A Buckeye Wildlife Solutions NW Division, Ensures You Are 100% Satisfied With Our Work Which Not Only Meets But, In Most Cases, Surpasses National Standards.
Reasons To Use Toledo Wildlife Control’s Humane Muskrat Trapping Services
Our Muskrat Trapping Experts are fully trained and certified with years of experience performing effective muskrat control in Lucas and Wood County, Ohio. We use state-of-the-science products and strategies that provide solutions for the most challenging muskrat problems!
We Remove Many Other Nuisance Wildlife Other Than Muskrats
- We remove the following wildlife critters: bats, beavers, birds, geese, mice, moles, muskrats, raccoons, opossum, rats, skunks, snakes, squirrels, and voles
HEAR WHAT A CLIENT HAS HAS TO SAY ABOUT THE BUCKEYE WILDLIFE SOLUTIONS NW TEAM!
“I would definitely recommend Buckeye Wildlife Solutions. I was able to get a quick appointment. Steve arrived on time and did a thorough check both inside our attic (which required access through 3 separate locations) and the exterior of our home/roof. He was professional, courteous and fully explained the approach to resolving our squirrel problem. Communication was excellent throughout the process. We also had him repair the entry site and we’re pleased with the results. Overall a great experience.”
Renee Luebben, 5 Stars