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Rat Control and Removal for Galveston & The Greater Houston Area

Rat Control and Removal for Galveston & The Greater Houston Area

Rats and mice can pillage food and destroy property. Additionally, they can create unclean living environments by soiling in hard-to-clean areas. Aside from being an annoyance to home and business owners, rats and mice can also present a health risk to those exposed. If they are not stopped, rats can carry disease and disease-infested parasites into your home or business.

If you know of or suspect a rat problem at your home or business, contact us today. The experts at Animal Control-Wildlife have the knowledge and experience to correct the problem and protect your property from further infestations.

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Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.
Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.Hal started his first animal control business in the mid-70’s doing strictly animal trapping and animal proofing. He received his certification from TEA to teach animal management in the mid 1980’s as part of his animal control business. He sold the business in 1999 but remained active in wildlife work as a trapper of wild hogs, licensed nuisance alligator trapper, and breeder of wallabies. Hal also works with two game ranches, a gator farm and airboat ecological tours in Galveston Bay. In 2009, Hal decided to pursue his interest in an animal control business again by opening Animal Control-Wildlife, Inc.