Opossum Removal

Opossums Can Be a Nuisance. Let us Safely Remove it

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Have an Opossum Problem?

Opossums are adaptable mammals who are capable of easily finding shelter for themselves often under decks and sheds as long as they have a source for food and water. This often becomes a problem for residential, commercial or industrial property owners who this becomes a nuisance problem for.

How SOS Wildlife Control Can Help

SOS Wildlife Control technicians are humane, professional and effective and can assist you with your opossum removal problem. We will come to your home or business to conduct a thorough inspection and provide customized solutions for your unique opossum removal issue. While other wild animals allow a number of different control techniques, when it comes to opossums, the most effective way get rid of them is via trapping and removal.

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry regulates rehabilitation of wildlife hence opossums must be humanely removed. SOS Wildlife Control Inc. only conducts humane methods that are in accordance with Ontario rules and regulations.

Common Problems

  • Rummaging through your trash-binsOpossum are common in the fall
  • Possums living in your attic
  • Leaving droppings or messes for their den
  • Stealing pet food or aggravating your pets
  • Finding shelter underneath your shed or decks
  • Taking food from your garden or trees

In certain circumstances, we conduct trapping solutions for wildlife removal issues. This is only enforced when the animal is in the immediate vicinity and must be removed right there and then. All trapping methods conducted by SOS Wildlife Control are in accordance is Ontario rules and regulations. When trapping wildlife, the animal is released in the general vicinity of the place found. Relocation is only used if necessary as when wildlife are moved they are often disoriented with no known source of food and water. Never are wildlife relocated to an area exceeding 1 km. All processes are humane and by Ontario regulation standards.