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Downtown Orlando Wildlife Control

For the free city animal control, call 407-836-3111

AAAnimal Control is a nuisance wildlife control company servicing all of the greater Orlando area, including the town of Downtown Orlando. We provide professional animal control service for your wildlife pests. We work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including of course all evenings and weekends. We are almost always available for a same-day or next-day appointment. We are fully licensed and insured, and provide the most effective solutions in the area. Give us a call any time to schedule a wildlife appointment: 407-278-2705.

Remember, for free city service, call 407-836-3111

Please explore this website if you wish to learn more about us and our services. We provide Downtown Orlando pest control for wild animals. We do not deal with dog and cat complaint or issues. We are a private company, and like all private companies that deal with wildlife, charge for our services. We are not like the other Downtown Orlando exterminators or exterminating companies out there. We do not deal with or spray for insects. We are trappers, and our specialty is wildlife control. The most common situations that we deal with are rats in attics (there are many rats in Downtown Orlando), squirrels in attics, & raccoons & opossums in attics. We are the absolute best at bat control. We also capture and remove snakes and armadillos. We do bird control, and can catch those pest raccoons pooping in your pool or stealing your pet's food. We are fast and responsive, usually providing same-day service.

    FL State licensed and insured   -  permit# N5499   -   residential/commercial  -   operating 24 / 7

Thanks very much for your information on the web page. We are looking for Downtown Orlando animal control or Downtown Orlando Wildlife Removal to help us. My situation is that I do have a mama and babies in the attic and their current access is out the soffit of the second floor. I have an aluminum ladder up against the house and have observed the mama coming down that ladder then climbing over to a tree. My question is when the babies are old enough will they be able to safely climb down the ladder to the tree? I could do some modifications to the ladder by strapping some wood onto the ladder. My thoughts are to try and ?secure? the house at some point after the mama and babies have began to leave the house.