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Critter Solutions is trained and experienced in SOLUTIONS between people and wild animals. Rabies is very prevalent at this time. We can help eliminate those critters that present that threat. We are a Tifton-based company covering ValdostaDouglasAlbany, all south Georgia and points north.

BATS: One of the Most Common Concerns
Bats are the only mammals that can truly fly and their nocturnal habits have led to many phobias regarding them. However, bats are nature's #1 mosquito and flying insect control agents. One bat is capable of eating 3 times its body weight, in mosquitoes in one night. it doesn't mean you want them living in your attic, though.

There are two groups of bats: colonial and solitary. The little brown bat gathers together in colonies whether it be in winter (hibernation sites) or in the spring-fall months, usually in the attics or eaves of homes. It is during the spring-fall that the bats come in to most conflict with humans, as these colonies are nursery colonies and can contain hundreds of bats. Each female bat has one offspring and returns year after year.

Bats come into contact with humans when maternal colonies take over the attics and eaves of homes and buildings. Numbering in the hundreds, the scratching and squeaking can keep people awake. Bats can enter these areas where holes are present. These holes can be as small as a quarter of an inch and can be located around dormers, chimneys or holes in the soffits and facia.

Other than the noise, bats can cause health concerns to humans. Bat guano (droppings) under the right conditions can pose serious health concerns (histoplasmosis) to those in the affected home; especially infants, elderly and people with respiratory illness. The strong smell of ammonia from their urine can cause headaches. Serious health concerns from the accumulation of droppings or urine occur through the direct contact-in other words, one must physically disturb the area. The accumulation can also attract mites and other parasites.

Another health concern regarding bats, is rabies. The incidences of rabid bats is low and although ot to be treated lightly, there is no need for panic.
Once we evict the bats we perform preventative maintenance by sealing off their entry points. We are also qualified to provide the proper clean up from an infestation.

BATS: While rabies cases are high in varmints like raccoons and foxes, the bat is one creature that can carry it and pass it without you even knowing you were attacked. If you get a bat in the room we recommend you trap that animal or call us and we'll trap it so it can be tested for rabies. So look out for bats AND be sure to get your pets vaccinated. Be safe. Rabies is 100-percent preventable.

You vaccinate your pets. We’ll trap the critters that carry the disease.

If critters are taking over your home and you want HELP, you have found the right website. Have you heard squeaking or scratching? Do you smell a strange odor? If so, it is time to call a professional to protect your investment.

We can safely remove bats, squirrels, snakes, skunks, beavers, pigeons, birds, and many other critters. We also remove dead animals. Critter Solutions is the solution for your Georgia animal control problems. We have solved many problems for homeowners, property managers, churches, and businesses, including city and county governments. 
You can expect complete professionalism from the first call to the completed job. We are a certified, licensed and insured company. Critter Solutions has a reputation of being honest and fair. We appreciate all our customers. 
Georgia Bat Removal

If you are needing bat removal anywhere in Georgia, we can help you. We area specialists in LEGAL removal of bats. Bats are found nearly everywhere but are particularly prevalent in the Tifton, Valdosta, and Douglas areas of Georgia.

Although Critter Solutions is based in Tifton, Georgia, we can provide service across the entire state. We frequently provide animal control services to Valdosta as well as Douglas, Fitzgerald and other Georgia locations.

SIGNS: Wild animals that are aggressive or more friendly than usual with humans or domestic animals may be infected with rabies. Signs of the rabies virus in skunks, raccoons, cats, or dogs consist of foaming at the mouth, drooling saliva, or having an unstable or wobbly walk.

Once the job is done: We will have repair damage done along with full clean up!

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