Month: March 2015


Squirrel squirrel removal

Identification The most common squirrel in the area is the eastern grey squirrel and as the name suggests you would think it would have predominantly grey fur. They can be brown, black and have very noticeable white underbellies or hardly noticeable at all. The black fur is a melanistic form which changes in different geographic […]


Skunk skunk humane removal

Identification Skunks are pretty hard to miss identify with their black and white colouring and large puffy tail, but even if you were visually impaired you would be able to smell them coming with the musty odor they emit from their two anal glands.  They are about the size of a house cat and can […]


Raccoons raccoon removal

Identification– Raccoons are grey in colour with a black mask that covers their eyes. They have five to eight light to dark rings that alternate on their tail. Their back legs are longer than their front legs giving the hunched over appearance when they walk or run. They have five fingers on their front and […]


Mice mice removal

Identification   The house mouse can range in colour from grey to brown/black and is generally 5-7 inches in length. Their droppings are a ¼ of an inch, black and rice shaped. Usually you can find their feces concentrated in nesting and breeding areas as well as were they have been foraging. Mice are nocturnal […]

Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs bed bug prevention

What are bed bugs? Bed bugs are insects that, as adults, have oval-shaped bodies with no wings. Prior to feeding, they are about 1/4 inch long and flat as paper. After feeding, they turn dark red and become bloated. Eggs are whitish, pear-shaped and about the size of a pinhead. Clusters of 10-50 eggs can […]