We a complete job, from start to finish. We remove wildlife humanely and effectively, using the proper traps, tools, and techniques for each unique animal and situation.
When we encounter animals inside a house, we inspect every part of the house, from ground level to every part of the roof, to identify all the areas of entry, and all vulnerable
areas, and we perform professional repairs, with guarantee, to seal entry holes shut. We inspect inside the attic to find any damage or biohazard, and provide full cleaning services. We offer attic decontamination, poison-free and permanent rodent control,
bat colony exclusion, bird prevention, snake removal, dead animal removal and odor control, and more.
The hustle and bustle of New York City never stops, and neither do
the critters that roam the city! Rats are a huge problem here. So if
you find signs of rats in your home, ex: droppings or chewed wires,
give us a call! These rats can make you ill from their droppings,
and when they chew wires they put your home at risk of an electrical wire.
We can remove your rat problem and prevent them from returning.
We also service the following cities:
Albany, Amsterdam, Auburn, Batavia, Beacon,
Binghamton, Buffalo, Canandaigua, Cohoes,
Corning, Cortland, Dunkirk, Elmira, Fulton,
Geneva, Glen Cove, Glens Falls, Gloversville,
Hornell, Hudson, Ithaca, Jamestown,
and Staten Island.
We also service the following counties:
Rockland County, West Chester County, Bronx County, Putnam County,
Orange County, Broome County, Delaware County,
Greene County, Ulster County, Dutchess County, Albany County,
Washington County, Steunen County, Chemung County, Tioga County,
and Otsego County.
NOTE: We are not the New York County Animal Control Services. We do provide wildlife removal in New York County New York, but we are a private company. Please do not call us regarding any matters that should be directed to the free county animal services. They deal
with dog and cat issues, and select issues such as an animal on the street, etc. Below is the TIP OF THE MONTH regarding local New York County animal services related matters:
The natural diet of rats
The Rattus rattus, also called a ship rat, roof rat, house rat, fruit rat, and long list
of other names worldwide is quite the pest. The large black rat is a common hairless
tailed rodent that can be found in locations around the world. The species is believed
to have originated in tropical Asia and spread throughout the world via the near east then
Europe and across the new world via ships. Although they prefer fruit and nectar and their
great love of climbing makes them, suited for tree dwelling they are highly adaptable.
Black rats are opportunists when it comes to living quarters and food. As a rule they are
omnivores. They present a serious problem to farmers because they have voracious appetites
and they eat a wide range of agricultural crops.
Black rats eat a wide range of foods, including grains , nuts, seeds, fruit, stems, bark, leaves,
and fungi. They will also eat small animals both invertebrates and vertebrates. They are opportunists
in that they will generally feed on anything being eaten by the other creatures inhabiting their space.
They are happy to share a meal with you or your cows and other livestock, chickens, cats, and dogs.
They are quite parcel fruits and nuts. The average size adult rat will eat about 15 grams of food per
day and drink upwards of ½ ounce of water. They are a threat to many natural habitats because their tendency
to feed on birds and insects makes them a threat to certain natural environments . They are a threat to
farmers, because they feed on such a variety of agricultural-based crops, such as grains, corn nuts and fruits,
sugar cane .
The Brown rat, also called a sewer rat, or Norway rat, is one of the most common of all mammals. Because it is so
abundant and can be found all over the world it is also considered a very serious pest. It is extremely social and
likes to live in large groups, preferably close to humans or inhabited areas. Barns, garbage dumps, all sorts of
buildings and excellent nesting areas for the brown rat because they are close to food.
Although the preference is grains Brown rats are omnivores by nature and will eat almost anything to survive they
been known to eat meat of any type including the bodies of rats and other animals. The brown rat needs to consume
about 10% of its total body weight per day and drink about 60 ml of water... These rats are voracious eaters and
spend the majority of their day looking for one of their 10 daily meals.
Brown and black rats both tend to forage for nuts seeds grain and other things that can be stored up for winter.
To learn more about our services, visit the New York City wildlife removal home page.