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2019: AAAnimal Control is a nationwide wildlife control company. We can solve your critter problem
quickly. We operate nationwide with over 600 locations! We help people solve conflicts with
nuisance wildlife such as raccoons, squirrels, rats, snakes. This includes animal capture, removal,
exclusion, damage repairs, waste cleanup, and more. We specialize in humane trapping techniques and
complete animal pest control solutions. If you have a problem caused by the wild animals in your area,
AAAnimal Control can solve it.
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| My goal is to provide
wildlife removal education and solve human-wildlife
conflicts. Browse this site for plenty of how-to advice to
do it yourself. If you need to hire a pro, you can call me
in Orlando, or you can click the above map for a hand-picked
pro that I either trained personally or extensively
interviewed and worked with, in your town. Serving 98% of
the US population.
2019 Winter Squirrel Season: Don't forget, mother
squirrels have their babies in February, and by March, the
young are nearly full-size and running about. (They have
another litter in late winter as well) If you hear noises in
your attic, especially in morning and evening, give us a
call and we can humanely remove them and repair the entry
holes they've chewed open. You can also click here for my Guide
to getting squirrels out of an attic for more
Nationwide Bat Control: August 2019 is baby bat season!
The young bats start to fly in August, and you might
suddenly notice that you've got bats in your home or
building. No bat exclusions can be performed in June or
July, but August is prime time for bat control! We
specialize in the humane removal of the entire colony of
bats from your attic or building. We completely bat-proof
the home, so that no bats can ever return, and we give a
guarantee. We also clean and decontaminate the waste that
the bats have left behind. Click to read about How
to Get Rid of Bats for some useful advice and examples
of bat jobs I've done. Call us any time to discuss your bat
problem and to schedule an appointment.
2019 Rat Season: As the cooler weather arrives in
winter, the rodents throughout the country seek out a warm
place to spend the nights. The most common nuisance animals
are the Roof Rat and Norway Rat. These disease-ridden
critters are nocturnal, and can often be heard scampering up
the walls and in the attic at night. They chew on electrical
wires, contaminate food, and spread disease. Check out my How
to Get Rid of Rats page for more information on our
permanent rat control techniques. We also deal with mouse
problems, which you can read about on my mouse control and
mice trapping page, but the truth is that the control
techniques for the House Mouse are the same as for rats.
Weekly Advice Column: What if you are bitten by a bat
If you are bitten by a bat, you might not even know it. Bat’s teeth are super tiny, and some humans aren’t even aware that they have even been attacked by the flying critters. Not only that, bats can fly very fast so they’d much prefer to use this defense mechanism than stay and fight you. When you look at the difference in size between the two of you, it’s not surprising.
Bats will only attack if you have them cornered. If you were trying to trap them, for example, you may find that they lash out when they have no other option. They aren’t doing this maliciously, but are just trying to break free so that it can go about its life again. It acts in the same way with you as it would a natural predator, such as owls and hawks, birds, weasels, raccoons, and even cats and dogs. If it can’t run, it’ll fight, but it would much prefer the former over the latter.
Rabies as we know it is NOT present in bats. However, there have been reports of bats containing a relatively new strain of rabies over Europe. When you bear in mind that these animals often migrate, and we know nothing / very little of their wintertime habits, that strain of rabies making its way around the world cannot be ruled out.
EBLV, or European Bat Lyssavirus, comes in the form of a few different strains, and they have been reported in places such as Spain and the UK. Since the late seventies, over a thousand cases have been noted, and this is a number on the rise.
We appreciate that these are European bats, and not bats found in the United States, but there is still a chance that crossover could happen, however slight. It takes just one bite for that rabies infection to be spread, and in some cases, it doesn't even need a bite at all. If an animal has licked its claws, for example, before scratching you, the rabies virus could still be passed on via the saliva present on the claws. In the majority of cases, it will be bites and scratches that spread any type of the rabies virus, through saliva.
If you have been bitten by a bat, or you think you could have been bitten by a bat, you should seek professional advice. In dangerous diseases such as rabies, by the time symptoms have arrived the disease is already in its later stages. Treatment is not always successful, which means the case could result in death. Any wild animal bite must be treated as urgent until you are informed otherwise by a medical professional.
While you’re waiting for that expert opinion, we would definitely recommend cleaning the area that you believe you have been bitten. Use just warm water and some soap for this, saving the antibacterial agent for when your bite has been washed and dried. You should wash your wound for at least five minutes, making sure you have gotten all dirt, grime and other stuff out of it. If you have a disinfectant, you may want to consider using this.
If you can safely get your hands on the bat that has bitten you, try to do so. You should never try to reach for it with bare hands, however. Wear gloves, and protect yourself, particularly bare skin, as much as possible. The last thing you will want is two bites from this little flapping fella. Remember that bats will generally become rather aggressive if they are cornered and cannot get away, so you are going to run the risk of being attacked again if you try to go near it.
If you have the bat contained in your home, you could always call in the professionals to come and give you a hand. (That's people like us, by the way.) We can contain the little beast so that you can take it for a full assessment. That bat may need to be tested.
To read more click What if you are bitten by a bat
We specialize in the humane capture and
removal of nuisance wildlife nationwide. We got our star in
the greater Orlando area. I consider myself the most skilled
of Orlando trappers, and I provide a full line of complete
wild animal control solutions. I do not operate a typical Orlando
Pest Control or Orlando exterminator company, I run a
dedicated service devoted to the removal of any wild Orlando
critter, pest control and prevention, and waste cleanup
services. I specialize in services such as the removal of
rats in an attic, squirrels in a ceiling, raccoons in the
house, snake control, and more. I specialize in bat control
for the state of Florida. I have trained several friends in
other parts of the country, and all 50 states and almost all
major cities and towns. I and the professionals I have
trained perform full wildlife damage repairs and offer a
complete solution to any pest animal or critter problem,
from birds to mice, snakes to armadillos. Give me a call any
time at 407-278-2705 for a consultation. You may also browse
this site for more information and a full listing of our
other critter trapping locations. In Orlando we service all
of greater Orlando, including towns such as Winter Park,
Longwood, Lake Mary, Maitland, Altamonte Springs, Apopka,
Oviedo, Lake Conway, Doctor Philips, Windermere, Sanford,
and more Orlando animal control areas.
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