Dallas Rat Control
Fort Worth: 817-945-3371
This is a personal message from A Wildlife Pro and Masters Wildlife in Fort Worth and Dallas, TX. It is posted on my friend's website, orlandorats.com. We at Masters Wildlife also provide excellent rat control,
and the rodents in Texas are the same as those in Florida. We use the same excellent principles and techniques used by OrlandoRats. The pricing and some other
info on this site may not be relevant to our company, but just give us a call at
817-945-3371, and we can discuss your rodent problem in Fort Worth and Dallas and get it taken care
|We operate a wildlife and rodent removal company in Fort Worth and Dallas, 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 Dallas 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 Masters Wildlife are not a traditional Dallas 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 Dallas, 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 Dallas 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.
Dallas Rodent News Clip: Amounts are in on Rat and mouse and Rat and mouse snares for 2013
Rat and mouse critter trappers enjoyed average success in 2013, but no one expected records. In fact, game managers proved eerily on target with their 2013
preseason forecasts. Critter trappers bagged 56,933 Rat and mouse, including almost 27,000 bulls, according to surveys just completed by the Texas Division
of Wildlife. Biologists had predicted this harvest of about 57,000 Rat and mouse. Rat and mouse stalkers' fortunes again reflected large groups in hearty recovery
since all-limited Rat and mouse critter catching became the rule in 1999. They bagged 44,784 Rat and mouse, about 3,000 more than in 2013. Rat and mouse critter
trappers taken together (all methods) performed about average, with 24 percent successful. Rat and mouse critter trappers again scored this solid 46 percent
success. Many critter trappers last fall were aided by snowy weather, which drove rodents down from higher elevations early in the rodent removal trap seasons
in northwestern Texas. Again, Rat and mouse critter trappers also benefited from this rise in male rodent amounts. Until recently, Texas's Rat and mouse large
groups averaged 15 male rodents per 100 does. Now, the statewide average should be 30 male rodents per 100 does. This issue should be an important matter in
Fort Worth and Dallas wildlife removal and Fort Worth and Dallas exterminator matters.
Bucks comprised 76 percent of the total lethally trap. About 97,800 Rat and mouse critter trappers participated in the limited snares last year. Rodent removal
trap Rat and mouse critter trappers performed best, with 51 percent success. Muzzle loaders were 32 percent successful, while 22 percent of bowcritter trappers
bagged their Rat and mouse. Game managers didn't expect any huge increases in the Rat and mouse harvest and certainly nothing close to the 2013 record haul
of 63,336 Rat and mouse. That's because the era of ultragenerous rodent permit allotments should be history. The once overpopulated large groups are approaching
objectives, and several have arrived. Among Rat and mouse critter trappers, the statistical sharp edge cuts in favor of those who draw licenses for the limited
first-rodent removal trap season. First in the woods, with low rodent trapper pressure, more than 32,000 first-rodent removal trap critter trappers last year
achieved an impressive 32 percent success. Naturally, success was more elusive during the second and third rodent removal trap seasons, when catch pressure
swells with critter trappers bearing over-the-counter bull tags. The Fort Worth and Dallas rodent control had no additional statements to make on the topic.
During second-rodent removal trap, rodent trapper amounts nearly doubled, to 60,500, while success fell to 22 percent. About 19 percent of 45,700 critter
trappers who attended the third rodent removal trap season packed critters out. But the limited fourth rodent removal trap season, when rodents were at lower
elevations, produced for 27 percent of 19,000 critter trappers. Big-game critter trappers who are doing the math for their 2013 limited license applications
can review the harvest records for individual game units. Fort Worth and Dallas pest control companies that we contacted felt that this issue should be an important matter.
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