Animal Removal and Relocation

Advanced Wildlife Control:/Animal Removal and Relocation
Animal Removal and Relocation 2018-02-07T19:43:15+00:00


Animals can gain entry into your homes and business through a wide variety of areas. We will do a thorough inspection of your home and let you know the areas where the animals have entered. We will explain our plan of action to rid your home of the nuisance wildlife. Plus, we will work with you on preventing and repairing damaged areas.


Animals can gain entry to your home through many areas, including: chimneys, underneath decks and porches, front stoop, vents, vent fans, ridge venting, garages, wood shakes, soffit, fascias, dormers, valley tins, windows, gable vents, bathroom & stove vents, and these are just a few areas. We will help locate all entry points upon our arrival.


We use live traps to remove and relocate our animals. However, in some instances we will euthanize animals that are suffering or carrying potential diseases. All animals that need euthanization are humanely put to sleep at our facilities away from our customers homes.

Advanced Wildlife Control uses a variety of trapping methods, traps, and techniques to capture our target animals. We use live traps to remove problem wildlife from your homes, yards, and business. We have seen and worked with most every situation you can think of and welcome the challenge of your potential problem.

Frequently Asked Questions

We humanely remove animals and relocate them a minimum of 30 miles from where they were captured.
Yes, we do remove dead animals and injured birds but there is a charge for this service.
We can transport birds and animals to a shelter, humane society or rehabilitator, but there is a charge for this service.
Yes, we have both pest control and wildlife licenses. Also we carry liability, health, and vehicle insurance.
My family has been in the animal business for generations, so it comes quite naturally.
We have on staff the only Certified Wildlife Control Professional in Southeast Wisconsin and are also fortunate to have a biologist on staff.

  • Members of Wisconsin Trappers Association since its inception.
  • Founding members of WWCOA (Wisconsin Wildlife Control Operators Association) and 3 of our staff hold positions with that organization.
  • Member of NWCOA (National Wildlife Control Operators Association)since its inception.
  • Member of WPCA (Wisconsin Pest Control Association)