Miami  Animal Attic

Animal Attic - Miami Wildlife Control

We are Miami Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Miami , Fl. We are your first stop for all kinds of wild animal issues that could be affecting your home or business premises, and having been in business for over a decade, we have the experience to resolve almost any animal problem. Our friendly team are here to answer your calls around the clock, are understanding and polite, and can offer advice or arrange for one of our animal control technicians to visit your home. We are fully insured with a commercial liability policy, and are licensed with all of the relevant authorities to carry out all aspects of animal removal services. One of the more challenging jobs for some companies is dealing with animal infestations in a garden, with moles in the lawn or groundhogs burrowing under fences or outbuildings among the problems that can happen. Our experience in dealing with these creatures mean we have knowledge of their habits and how best to place traps to catch and remove these pesky critters. We aim to offer competitive and reasonable prices for the work required, and will usually be able to get a technician to your property quickly and at a time that suits you. Call us now at 786-408-7679 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Miami and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Florida licensed and insured.

Experts in Florida bat removal from buildings.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Miami dead animal removal inside houses.

Miami bird control services.

Call 24/7 to schedule an appointment

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Miami, Miami Beach, Hialeah, Homestead, Coral Gables, Kendall, Doral, North Miami, Miami Gardens, Aventura, North Miami Beach, South Miami, Miami Lakes, Sunny Isles Beach, Opa-locka, Key Biscayne, Pinecrest, Cutler Bay, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Miami Shores, Palmetto Bay, Miami Springs, Florida City, North Bay Village, Surfside, West Miami, Hialeah Gardens, Sweetwater, Kendale Lakes, Fisher Island, Fontainebleau, Tamiami, Golden Beach, Westchester, El Portal, Biscayne Park, Virginia Gardens, Indian Creek, Medley, Kendall West, The Hammocks, Goulds, Olympia Heights, West Little River, Golden Glades, Naranja, University Park, South Miami Heights, Ojus, Coral Terrace, and more.

Miami Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Animals that Eat Pet Food

Leaving the pet food out of your Florida house will attract more than just cats or dogs. It has a greasy and sweet scent that can capture the attention of the wild animals. As a responsible pet owner, you need to be aware on the possible threats of the wild animals to your pets. The dangers that they may face will not only be contained in the wilderness but can also be found in your own property.

List of Animals That Will Eat Your Pet Food
Here’s a quick rundown of the animals that can conflict with your pets due to the pet’s food and how you can keep your pets safe against their attack. Hopefully, you will be better prepared against these animals after reading this article.

The Miami raccoon is an urban mammal that will eat the pet food if you give it the opportunity to do so. Once they end up in a fight with our pets, it is highly likely that they will rather flee or retaliate if they feel threatened. With their claws and sharp teeth, they can still pose threat to our pets. They can also be possible carrier of the rabies virus that can be transmitted to our pets through their bites and scratches. If you noticed a raccoon activity in your yard, avoid feeding the pets outside. You should also keep your garbage can secured to avoid attracting their attention.

The squirrels may have that adorable and innocent look but the injury that they can cause to our dog may require an emergency visit to your local vet. Most of the squirrel-related injury will come from the attempt of our pets to catch them. While the winner on a battle between dogs and squirrels is apparent, your pets will not come out unscathed from an altercation with the squirrel. In order to keep your pets safe from the attack of the squirrels, try to be mindful on the movements of your animals when they are outdoor.

The skunks will take advantage of the pet food that you left outside. However, since our pets can be territorial, they will immediately attack any animals that will try to eat their food. Our pets can suffer for weeks if they have been sprayed by the skunk. This can be a traumatic experience for your Miami dog. Apart from that, the skunk may also carry the rabies virus. In case you notice a faint sign of their obnoxious smell, then this can be a sign that there is a skunk in your garden.

In order to protect your pets from the threats of these wild animals, you need to be wary of your pets every time. While the attack of these animals can occur in the wilderness, it can also happen in our own yard especially if you left the pet food outside at night. Always be sure that the number of your local vet’s office is within reach in the event of an attack.