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How to get rid of Mice?

By Super Admin | October 10, 2019

Mice Removal is an extermination application which involves a licensed pest control technician to inspect the home ie., living spaces and attics. Once the technician identifies the mice activity, a rodenticide treatment is carried out.

How to get rid of Squirrels?

By Super Admin | October 10, 2019

Once squirrels gain access to your roof or attic space, a professional technician will do a comprehensive inspection of your home to locate all points of entry. Squirrels will be removed by installing a one way door system allowing them to exit but not re-enter, and all other entry points sealed.

How to get rid of Raccoons?

By Super Admin | October 10, 2019

Once Raccoons gain access to your roof, a one way door system is installed over the point of entry. It and all other entry points will be sealed to ensure Raccoons do not re-enter. Sometimes trapping is an option depending on time of year.

How to get rid of Rats?

By Super Admin | October 10, 2019

There are many ways to remove Rats. The most effective way is to find the entry points they are using to enter, install a door to allow them to exit but not return, and then seal all other points of entry. However snap trapping and poisoning (rodenticide) is another way to control Rat populations.

What do Raccoons eat?

By Super Admin | October 10, 2019

Raccoons are omnivores which means they will eat anything. This is why it is important not to feed wildlife such as Raccoons, or to leave food accessible to them as they will go through garbage, bird feeders, even domestic pet food if left outside.

Animals Start Looking for Winter Homes in the Fall…Are You Prepared

Animals Start Looking for Winter Homes in the Fall…Are You Prepared

By Super Admin | October 9, 2019

Whether or not you like raccoons, opossums, squirrels and other natural critters, chances are you don’t like them enough to eagerly share your home with them. Yet, every autumn, these creatures begin looking around for some wintertime “digs,” and your home or garage may be a prime target of their interest. To better understand this…

5 Things You Do Unknowingly to Bring Rats and Mice to Your Home

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | September 5, 2019

Though often kept as pets, rats and mice have a definite “ick” factor about them, and most health professionals warn that they present serious risks for disease and illness. The threats come in the form of diseases from rat or mice bites, as well as viral infections from their droppings and urine. Inhaling air containing…

Tips for Keeping Bats Away from Your Home

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | August 8, 2019

Having bats near your home can be uncomfortable and you may be wondering how you can get the animals to leave. Bats are known to carry certain diseases that can be transmitted to humans through their dropping or bites. Some medical professionals will recommend you get a rabies vaccination if you just see a bat…

Issues Pigeons Can Cause to Your Property

Issues Pigeons Can Cause to Your Property

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 19, 2019

Watching birds soar gracefully across the sky is a lovely sight, but when pigeons start to take up residence in your home or workspaces, they can become quite a nuisance. There is a whole list of problems that these prolific birds can cause, and it can become quite costly over time. Each year, pest birds,…

Squirrels in the Attic Can Be Dangerous

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | June 5, 2019

Have you ever been watching a little TV and hear some scratching or other strange noises coming from your attic? While you may have written it off as simply your imagination, if it becomes a common occurrence, you may have squirrel issues. An attic full of squirrels may sound like a good time to some…

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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