You might want to consider a professional for the removal of squirrels in Dallas, Texas

Dallas Squirrel Removal

Although I wrote everything I know about squirrel issues for this website, oftentimes a problem with squirrels in the attic is beyond the scope of the do-it-yourself homeowner to solve. I have found a professional company in Dallas, Texas that handles problems with wildlife. Wildlife X Team has access to tools, techniques, and experience that help them do a far better job at wildlife removal than a non-experienced homeowner could. They possess licensing that allows them to do certain types of work legally, that non-licensed homeowners in the state of Texas are not allowed to do. For the welfare of your situation, and the squirrels, in some cases it's best to hire a pro.

There are good companies and bad companies out there. I've done research on such companies, to get to know them, and feel confident recommending their services. I therefore recommend a company called Wildlife X Team which services Dallas, Texas. If you have a squirrel problem, or any other conflict with a wild animal, and live in Dallas, I am confident that this company, Wildlife X Team, is the one to call.

Wildlife X Team: 214-974-0915

I asked the company to describe their service range, and they said this - We service the greater Dallas TX metro region, including Plano, Richardson, Garland, Mesquite, DeSoto, Irving, Carollton, and more. Wildlife X Team operates 24/7, so don't hesitate to call at any time to discuss your wildlife problem, and schedule an appointment for same-day or next-day service.


Most Recent Dallas Squirrel Removal Emails:

Hi again Mr. David, I want to thank you again for all your advice, and also want to show you how your website and blog have helped me...

Because the squirrels have been making their way through several buildings on my block, I couldn't figure out where all the roof access holes were. Since all the buildings are attached, there could easily be access holes inside the building somewhere, as well as up on the roof. So instead of placing the trap on the roof, I took my lead from some of the photos you posted on your site. I used hardware cloth to fashion an attachment that would allow me to suspend a trap horizontally from my drop ceiling. Using this method, I was able to catch and release one female squirrel yesterday. I reset the trap today, but the other squirrels don't seem to be displaying the same curiosity today as they did yesterday. So maybe the jig is up.

There are at least two squirrels digging around inside my drop ceiling today. If the suspended trap won't work anymore, then I will try to install a one-way exclusion door at various possible entry holes on the roof and eaves, and see if that does the trick. After that, I don't know if there is anything more I can do. I can't bring myself to use glue traps or poison for humanitarian reasons, but also because I think a decaying animal carcass may end up being a bigger problem in my urban environment than a live animal in the long run. The "wildlife experts" in TX seem to think glue traps are the way to go, and I find that very disappointing. Here are some photos from my trapping adventure yesteday. I named her Bitsy before releasing her. She was one tough cookie... Not the slightest bit intimated by this measly human. :) Well, thank you again for all you helpful advice. Your biggest fan in Dallas TX, Neelima

Hi David: First, I want to thank you for your website and ability to contact you. I have two squirrels (gray breed, I think) in my attic (one story brick ranch home) and their hole is located at the fascia board in the corner of a roof valley. Almost each morning around 9:00 am (EDT) both will appear and resting in the gutter, will peer over the gutter edge looking at ground. They appear to be youngsters, however I don't know their ages. They have gnawed thru part of fascia (including part of the drip edge just above gutter and thru the top of hardware cloth (1/8") and enter attic above front porch. I have bought a 7" square trap by two feet and plan to set it right at the edge of the roof, near their entry hole. I am contacting you for some info, if you don't mind, as follows: 1. Would they leave the attic on their own? 2. I see no evidence of a mother; only the two. (I'm don't know if they are grown, or not - they don't look too large). 3. I keep two trees trimmed, although one tree is only about 6 feet from roof, but the ends of the limbs are so small, I don't know if they would hold their weight, BUT this may be how they are getting to my roof. 4. They don't come out every day. I have read that if you don't see them in a few days, then stuff newspaper in their entrance and if the paper is not disturbed in a few days, they are probably left attic. Would you agree with this: I live in Atlanta, GA metro and have been bothered with squirrels before over the years. Thanks for your time in looking at this, and when you have time, I would appreciate your thoughts/expertise. Good Luck!

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If you have a squirrel problem in Dallas County Texas, or any other conflict with a wild animal, I am confident that we can solve it. We use humane methods when dealing with Dallas wildlife removal situations. Squirrel Control Dallas. Our company is fully licensed and insured in Texas. Call us any time at 214-974-0915 for a price quote and to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment to solve your squirrel problem in Dallas.

Please be kind to squirrels! They are intelligent animals, and believe it or not, they definitely have emotions!
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