Specialties We are the experts in animal pest control. Our Certified Wildlife Specialists focus on ecologically sound and humane animal control solutions for homeowners, property managers, businesses and government. We get rid of animal and pest problems and prevent them from recurring. Critter Control, the nationOs leading wildlife control company, is skilled at dealing with many of the nationOs most bothersome pests. Whether you need to get rid of pesky raccoons or squirrels from your attic, remove moles that are ravaging your lawn or prevent geese from making a mess on your property, count on Critter Control to get the job done in a safe, effective and humane manner. Founded in 1983, Critter Control specializes in getting rid of nuisance animals and pests and preventing them from causing damage and/or repairing the damage theyOve already caused. History Established in 1983 Founded in 1983 by Kevin Clark, Critter Control was developed around an entirely new vision for animal control and wildlife removal. All of our locations in North America (120 and counting) consistently practice Humane wildlife management. We provide many services including professional animal and pest exclusion work to keep nuisance wildlife and pests from entering your home or business, the repair of damage caused by invading wildlife, attic clean-up and restoration, and more. See our local website and view the list of services provided by your local Critter Control office. Meet the Manager:
Robert Lance M. Protecting People, Property & Wildlife All of our offices are licensed and insured. As OCertified Wildlife Specialists” Critter Control’s certified technicians are awarded a certificate of achievement as Critter Control remains committed to setting the highest standards in the industry and upholds these standards with a professional staff of biologists, zoologists animal control officers and anti-cruelty personnel. The “Vertebrate Pest Management” manual has been submitted to state wildlife agencies and the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA) for further usage in developing consistency in permit standards throughout the United States. The Vertebrate Pest Management manual was developed in cooperation with staff from Michigan State University’s Pesticide Education Program, the Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources, and wildlife biologists from Critter Control.