Budget Animal Removal Answers Our Client’s Most Frequently Asked Questions

Here at Budget Animal Removal, our DNR licensed and insured wildlife rescue and control specialists retain more than 25 years of experience, and have handled various species of native Indiana wildlife, from raccoons and bats, to squirrels, skunks, rabbits, moles, and more, we are truly your one-stop-shop for all your wildlife abatement needs in Indianapolis and throughout the central parts of the state. We are fully-equipped with the proper knowledge, skills, and resources to implement safe and effective, non-lethal wildlife removal and control services at a price you can afford.

Today, we will answer some of the most frequently asked questions our valued clients inquire about our services!

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What Equipment Do You Use to Trap a Wild Animal?

We use trapping, venting, block outs, snaring, and sometimes hidden cameras.

What Do You Do With the Animals You Trap?

Sometimes we are able to relocate the animal at a minimum of 10 miles from the property.  However, in most scenarios, we are required to follow local animal removal ordinances.

What Should I Do if There is A Wild Animal in My Home Right Now?

It is HIGHLY dangerous and risky to attempt to remove a wild animal on your own without the necessary equipment and experience. It is recommended that you immediately pick up the phone and call us at 317-875-3099, and allow a professional to safely and humanely remove the animal nuisance.

Will a Bat Attack Me in My Home?

Bats are actually peaceful and conservative mammals. They prefer to keep to themselves.  They are not likely to attack you or your pets, but can cause structural damages to your home if not removed quickly. Call one our trappers for more information on bat removal assistance.

Will Wild Animals Leave Diseases in My Home?

Wild animals are stereo-typed as being dirty critters, but are in fact pretty clean, and bathe themselves regularly. So no, they are not likely to leave behind diseases, but they can pose quite the unhygienic mess, like parasites, mites, lice, gnats, droppings, rotted food, dead insects, and more.

Will Wild Animals Transmit Rabies?

The rumor of wild animals and rabies is also stretched. The truth is, less than 1% of wild animals have rabies. Rabies is a virus that any mammal can contract or carry.  Wild animals may get rabies, but it is more likely to get bitten by a rabid dog or cat, than a wild animal.  However, the quicker you remove the animal problem, the safer you are from potential health risks.

Do You Use Poisons to Capture and Remove Wild Animals?

Absolutely not! Poisons are never the answer to wildlife control; not even for mice or rats!  Poisons are inhumane, and rather than solving the problem, they will only prolong it. Here at Budget Animal Removal, we use the latest technologies and proven scientific strategies to provide our services, safely and humanely, without harming or killing animals.

Which Animals Do You Not Provide Service For?

We do not work with waterfowl, such as geese, ducks, swans, and herons, nor dogs, cats and other domesticated animals. If you are ever in doubt about an animal, just give us a call at 317-875-3099 and talk to a DNR licensed wildlife specialist for help.

Safe Wildlife Removal and Control Near You!

Feel free to contact us at 317-875-3099 for more information, or simply send in an email with any inquiries or questions you have about our Indianapolis wildlife removal and control company. We gladly offer free estimates or information about our services, prices, and more, and greatly look forward to helping you, anytime!

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