Marietta Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Marietta

We are Marietta Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Marietta, GA. Our team has more than ten years of experience with wildlife removal, which we put to good use helping you resolve your wildlife-related issues. We can remove skunks or groundhogs from underneath your porch or shed or get squirrels, rodents, or raccoons out of your attic. We can get snakes out of your house, including venomous ones, or moles and squirrels off your property so they stop digging up your lawn. Every service call begins with our technicians conducting a 32-point inspection of the property. This allows us to pinpoint the damage, access points, and animals in question so we can take the appropriate action. Common damage can include rodents chewing on your electrical wires, the spread of disease, leaving behind waste that is smelly and carries disease, tearing up insulation, and more. One of our many specialties is professional-grade repairs to buildings, which will ensure that the wildlife we evict from your home do not return and no other critters take their place. We can also assist with attic cleanup and sanitization so you do not have to find protective gear or put your family at risk of disease by cleaning up yourself. Our service is fast and reliable, as most appointments are for the same day or the next day. Call us now at 470-480-5048 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Marietta and Our Services:

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

We never use poisons! We don't handle insects.

Fully GEORGIA licensed and insured.

Poison-free Marietta rodent control - rats and mice.

Experts in GEORGIA bat removal from buildings.

Marietta raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Smyrna, Powder Springs, Mableton, Vinings, Fair Oaks, and many more!

Marietta Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Nocturnal Animals Active During Daytime are Rarely Rabid

A lot of us have been told that a wild animal that is active during the day is a rabid creature. This sometimes makes sense especially for the nocturnal. Fortunately, a nocturnal animal that is active during the daytime may not necessarily be dangerous or sick. It is not unusual for a nocturnal animal to be out at daylight. You will often see them active during the morning of the winter season due to the scarcity of food.

Reasons Why Nocturnal Animals Will Be Active at Daytime
Recently, you will be able to notice that nocturnal animals such as raccoons and foxes will be more active at daytime. This can be caused by various factors. In this article, we will let you realize that their tendency to remain active at daytime may not be a sign of danger.

Taking Care of Babies
When these animals have babies, their usual activities will be altered. Instead of looking for foods at night, they will have to remain in their den to take care of the little ones that will explore the area outside of the den. A single trip to hunt for food might be enough to satiate the hunger of the mother raccoon. Unfortunately, this will not be enough when she has babies. Therefore, she must sacrifice some sleep-in order to collect enough food to properly nourish the babies.

Decreasing Food Sources
The wild animal will mostly spend their time hunting for food. However, the supply of food will be low during the winter. Therefore, most animals will have to prepare for the winter season by storing foods. There are animals that will remain active during the day just to make sure that they will have enough food to survive in the winter.

How to Remain Safe from the Rabid Animals While being active during the day is not a sure sign of being rabid, you still need to protect yourself against the real rabid creatures. Aside from keeping your dogs and cats vaccinated, the best defense against a rabid creature is to identify if they are rabid. Once the rabies virus has affected the brain of its host, you will notice some signs such as difficulty of keeping balance, self-mutilation, excessive drooling, and discharge on their mouth and eyes.

The healthy wild animals will not usually act aggressive toward humans. However, they can also show aggressive behavior if they think that their babies are in danger. In case you notice that an animal is showing aggression be sure to inform the local animal control department. Keep away from them just to be sure. Most of the time, these animals are simply hunting to nourish their cuddly and adorable babies.

While they may not be rabid, remember that they are still wild animals and you do not want them anywhere near your property. They can cause destruction in your house and they can also carry different illnesses regardless if they are showing symptoms or not.