We run a professional wildlife removal business operating in Windsor, Michigan. We service the whole Detroit metropolitan area, and do much of our work in Windsor. We are a full-service
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Windsor wildlife control tip of the month:
My response: That is a tough case. I've never had to catch a Windsor animal control dog. I deal only with wildlife. I guess a
large cage trap, baited with tasty food, could catch her. Sorry for my brief response last time. You say
your son has been feeding her. I guess he doesn't have her trust, or else he could use the food to lure
her into a vehicle. If he's placing food Windsor animal control outside, put it in a large cage trap - very large - like this one:
Safeguard 52860. I'm aware that you probably don't have such a large trap. Is there a local animal control
agency Windsor pest control you can contact that will let you borrow one?
Thank you for your response. The cage you recommended is the Windsor pest control cage we have. Unfortunately I paid a lot more for
it. I seen her last weekend. It was almost 4 months in the woods at that time. I called out for her and she ran.
I promise you, she has never been hurt or neglected so I don’t know why she Windsor wildlife removal ran. She lays on my clothes I leave, but
she just doesn’t seem to focus when my son or I call for her. We have a camera in the woods where we leave food and have
the cage set up and she is there several times a day. We don’t set the trap when we are not there. There is an engineering
office that can see the cage so we do set it during their office Windsor wildlife removal hours. We have tied food to the cage, so she has to go in
to get it. She does go in but as soon as the door goes to Windsor animal trapping close, she backs up quickly and pushes her way out. I keep thinking
one of these times she’ll go in and won’t be as fast. We timed the door and it closes in 1 second from when she hears the click
from the floor plate. The animal control people don’t have any large cages and they won’t help us because she is owned and it’s
not responsibility to catch her. It has just Windsor animal trapping been so frustrating.Michele
My response: Man, that sucks. Very tough case. I can't think of anything you haven't tried. I wonder if a spring or something
would make the cage door shut faster. Or you could tie the door open for a few feedings until she becomes more relaxed Windsor exterminator in there,
and not ready to back out so quick, then set the trap for real one day. Does Windsor handle any Windsor exterminator wildlife situations, or just dogs, goats, pigs, etc.
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