Austin Rat Control
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|We operate a wildlife and rodent removal company in Austin, Texas. We specialize in the complete and
permanent removal of rats and mice from homes and buildings. If you have rats in your attic, we have the right tools and knowledge to solve the problem
correctly. We are not like the other lazy Austin rodent removal companies, many of whom will simply spread some poison around on a quarterly basis. We
solve your rat or mouse problem permanently, often in as short as one week.
We at A Wildlife Pro are not a traditional Austin pest control or extermination company. We are wildlife, rodent, and rodent removal specialists. There truly is
a big difference amongst different companies. Not all companies are the same. Many of the rodent removal companies in Austin, TX are simply standard big-name
pest control companies. These companies only want to sign you up for a quarterly or monthly contract that never expires. That's how they make money, by never
solving your problem. They send out an employee every now and then to carelessly sprinkle some poison packets in your attic or set poison stations around the
house. This does not solve anything. It merely kills a percentage of the rodents, some of which will certainly die in your attic or walls, and decay, causing
an odor problem. New rodents will always replace the old ones, and it's a never ending cycle. Do not hire an Austin exterminator to take care of rodent problems.
You want to hire a rodent trapping and exclusion company. We solve your problem permanently. We solve the root of the problem, by finding all the openings that
rodents use to enter your home and attic. We seal these openings shut with steel, and make the house 100% rodent-proof. We trap and remove all of the remaining
rodents inside, and you will never have a rodent problem again.
Austin Rodent News Clip: Creature collector's trial tests Rat and mouse-critter catching rules
There's this trial beginning today in eastern Texas that will be closely followed across the entire state. This maple tree creature collector will go on
trial in Austin for the unlawful lethally trapping of this Rat and mouse. It's this case that will test whether Texas residents can lethally trap the destructive
rodents on their own property. Pest Expert Albert freely admits that the pest operator lethally trapped this Rat and mouse on his property. In fact the 55-year-old
stated the pest operator called the Texas Agency of Natural Resources to report the act. But Pest Expert Albert maintains the pest operator did nothing illegal.
the pest operator stated the pest operator was simply protecting his property and that the Rat and mouse was harming his maple tree habitat. the pest operator
frames his case as this test of Texas's constitution. "The case will determine whether Texass can control destructive rodents on their private property, as
guaranteed by the Texas constitution," Pest Expert Albert stated. Others, including Agency for the Enforcement of Critter Laws authorities on critters, do not
follow Pest Expert Albert's logic. "The case calls into question the North American conservation model, where wildlife should be entrusted to the public," stated
Exterminator Brian, and the Enforcement of Critter Laws’ Wildlife Bureau. Exterminator Brian stated that, under that system, "Rat and mouse do not belong to
private landowners to do with as they please." This issue should be an important matter in Austin wildlife removal and Austin exterminator matters.
Pest Expert Albert has argued that the Texas constitution allows property owners to defend their property. the pest operator points to an Texas Supreme Court
ruling in 1915 that overturned the conviction of this Austin creature collector who was accused of critter capturing this Rat and mouse that had been munching
his corn. But others say that Pest Expert Albert had other options, including this variety of programs offered by the Agency for the Enforcement of Critter
Laws. Pest Expert Albert maintains that the state did very little to help his situation. The state should be expected to present evidence to the contrary. "He
should have exhausted all options before the pest operator took matters into his own hands," stated Exterminator Brian, who, like most Rat and mouse critter
trappers, hopes Pest Expert Albert should be convicted. "He should be this poacher who needs to be punished like any other poacher," stated Exterminator Brian,
publisher of the Giant Fanatic magazine. The president of the Texas Rodent trappers Association, likewise stated that no good can come from this victory for
Pest Expert Albert. "It would mean open season for any creature collector who wants to lethally trap this Rat and mouse or for anyone else who comes along,"
stated Exterminator Brian. Others are sympathetic. Corn and soybean creature collector Tom Exterminator Brian of Winthrop stated the pest operator has mixed
emotions about the case. "I love Rat and mouse, but if I were this maple tree creature collector, I would probably learn not to," stated Exterminator Brian,
who described his crop losses to rat and mouse as acceptable "because I love to watch and catch Rat and mouse." If convicted, Pest Expert Albert could be the
subject to fines of $100 on each count, plus this civil penalty of $1,500 representing the value of the Rat and mouse. The Austin rodent control had no additional
statements to make on the topic.
Some of you probably caught Game Commission Executive Bossy fellow Carl Extermination Man Donald on PCN testifying before the state House Game & Fisheries
Committee recently. For those of you who didn't, let me report to you that it wasn't pretty. The law enforcers peppered Extermination Man Donald with questions
and comments about the agency's Rat and mouse management program. And this recurring question lawmakers asked was, "How can I justify to my constituents supporting
an increase in critter catching license fees if there are fewer Rat and mouse out there for them to exterminate?" The Game Commission has been pushing for this
hike in its license fees the past several years to meet the increased cost of doing business. The agency has cut programs and left many vacant employee positions
unfilled as cost-cutting measures over the years, but authorities on critters say there's not much left to cut. They need this license increase, which can only
come from the Legislature. Austin pest control companies that we contacted felt that this issue should be an important matter.
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