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Open Chimney Raccoon Removal Toronto

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 25, 2011

SWAT Wildlife was on call for a routine squirrel removal. While on a roof at a Downtown Toronto home we found an unexpected raccoon in an open chimney.

Skunk Relocation In Nepean

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 25, 2011

Skunks are a huge nuisance in rural and urban areas and are often found living under decks and porches and frequently end up spraying family pets and small children. Most people don’t notice them until it’s too late and they have a real stink of a problem on their hands. We recently had a job to…

In Home Raccoon Removal Toronto

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 23, 2011

SWAT Wildlife team is hard at work removing a family of baby raccoons from old pot stove in a Toronto home.

Toronto Humane Opposume Removal

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 8, 2011

In this video we have a member of the SWAT Wildlife team releasing an opossum removed from a Toronto home. We keep Opossum in a quiet covered cage to allow them to stay calm during the relocation process – this big guy was a little disoriented from the whole experience and needed a little help finding…

Toronto Baby Raccoon Rescue

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 19, 2009

Here we have a fairly young juvenile raccoon rescued from a Toronto home

Removing Raccoon Trapped In Chimney

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 19, 2009

With some hard work and dedication we eventually got a hold of her and shimmied her up the chimney shoot.

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Toronto’s Raccoon & Squirrel Removal Experts

Dear Customers,

SWAT Wildlife has always taken the health and safety of our customers, staff and of course, the animals we deal with everyday, very seriously.   We, just like you, are paying close attention to COVID-19. We are open for business and want to let you know that we have put the appropriate measures in place to protect ourselves and our customers.

  • Our Wildlife Technicians will always wear latex gloves, protective footwear and respirator masks when entering homes. We will stand 6 feet, or more, away from homeowners in accordance with social distancing rules.
  • We are trying to keep interior access into your homes to a minimum, however this time of year, access to your attics to inspect for babies is necessary.
  • When booking with our office staff over the phone, we will be asking if anyone in the house is sick, if they traveled in the last 14 days and if they have been around anyone with COVID-19 symptoms. Please understand that if you have traveled in the last 14 days, we cannot schedule an appointment for you until after the mandatory self isolation is complete.

We look forward to servicing your home and we hope that you and your loved ones stay safe in this uncertain time.



The SWAT Wildlife Management Team