Seattle Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Seattle

We are Seattle Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Seattle, WA. We are a family run business that has been in operation for over 10 years now. Because we are a family run business, we understand that is essential to treat our customers like they are part of our family. This is why we provide the best service in the area, recognized as such for the last three years. We provide the very best wildlife removal service in the area. Our team of technicians are experts in capturing or excluding animals using humane techniques that don’t put you or the animal at risk. That means no poisons and no dangerous traps. We can handle any sized animal you may have an issue with. It doesn’t matter whether it is birds, rats, or reptiles, we have a service ready to help you. We also offer many proactive services, such as bird control. If you are having a problem with pigeons or other birds roosting around your building or home, we have techniques that can keep these animals from finding a place to roost. We also provide professional grade repair to fix areas where they may have damaged your home. We clean urine and feces, sanitizing to prevent odors and potential health risks, and are able to extract and remove colonies of problem animals. We are a full-service operation that is ready to assist you whenever you have a problem. Call us now at 206-641-9509 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Seattle and Our Services:

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Washington licensed and insured.

Seattle rat control and rodent removal

Bat control in Seattle - removal from attics

Seattle raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Kirkland, Bellevue, Kent, Renton, Redmond, Federal Way, Issaquah, Shoreline, Burien, Enumclaw, Maple Valley, Sammamish, Tukwila, Mercer Island, Snoqualmie, Woodinville, Vashon, North Bend, SeaTac, Des Moines, White Center, Kenmore, Skykomis, Clyde Hill, Lake Forest Park, Black Diamond, Covington, Fall City, Carnation, Normandy Park, Newcastle, Duvall, Algona, Bryn Mawr-Skyway, Medina, and many more!

Seattle Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: What are some of the symptoms of a sick opossum?

You might have seen an opossum in broad daylight and it is acting strangely. This can be the reason why you are searching on Google for symptoms of a sick opossum. If this is the case, read on so you can get more information.

Because opossums live their lives mostly in the wild, it might be hard to determine whether they are sick or not or whether they carry diseases. The diseases might not be as visible as in the case of cats and dogs but you should still be able to tell if there are signs showing that the opossum is sick.

For opossums with rabies, they are usually unable to sleep at night. This can cause them to forage for garbage cans in broad daylight. If you have a pet opossum, you might find them salivating in excess, and they might have a high fever. They might also be in a state of confusion, disorientation, aggression, and anxiety. If this is the case, contact your local veterinarian immediately. However, it is important to note that all opossums which are active during the day have rabies.

If an opossum has tularemia, they can cause severe infection and damage to your body. The disease attacks the lymph nodes, eyes, and lungs. The opossum that has contracted this disease usually has swollen glands, fever, and skin ulcerations. They might also experience lethargy, exhaustion chills, and fever. You should handle them with care. Contact a wildlife rehabilitator and ask them to take care of the opossum for you.

If you are in a position that you absolutely have to take care of the sick opossum, take the utmost precaution of wearing masks and gloves. It should not be as though you are in a laboratory. You just basically take the proper precaution that the opossum will not bite you or scratch you.

What Else Needs To Be Done
If you don’t have to take care of the opossum, the best thing to do is to let them go. You should save yourself from diseases and future heartaches and from wasting your money.

Contact a Pest Control Company
If you are having a hard time dealing with opossums, you should contact a pest control company. They can take down the opossums in a manner that will not let them suffer. The most important thing to keep in mind is that there are states that make taking down opossums illegal. The pest control technician should be aware of that.

Opossums should be the least part of your worries. They are pretty harmless creatures and they unless they found your den as a good hiding place you can be assured that they will not get in your way. Opossums are cute creatures but you should not make them as pets. The best thing to do is to leave them alone. This can’t be emphasized enough. Just make sure to take proper precautions so that they won’t invade your property.