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Portland Opossum Trapping

Portland Squirrel Removal

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Portland Snake Removal

Portland Beaver Trapping

Portland Bird Removal

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Portland Bat Removal


Portland Dead Animal Removal

Portland Rodent Removal

Portland Rat Removal

Portland Mouse removal

Portland Groundhog Removal

Portland Fox Trapping

Portland Coyote Trapping

Portland Killer Bee Removal

Portland Woodpecker Removal

Portland Insulation Removal

Portland Mole Removal

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Oregon Raccoon In Attic animal Control

At Portland US Animal Control we specialize in removing Animals and wildlife from your attics and properties. We locate your animals entrance, get the offending critter out, then we seal the entrance. When we remove an animal from you house we GUARANTEE the animal will not be able to return to your house. 90% of our work id done through exclusion, this means closing of areas animals can enter.

Animal Exclusion is the best HUMANE way to get rid of animals Permanently. Many Of Portland's Creatures Are Raccoons Squirrels And Rats. We are frequently excluding raccoons from chimneys and attics, and rats from ceilings. We never use poison or killing style traps.

Portland Animal Control Trapping & Portland Critter Removal

Portland Snake Removal & Portland Snake Trappping

If we have to set traps we only set live traps like the one pictured to the right. This trap allows the animal to enter in search of food , get caught , and be removed from the property without being harmed. This trap is safe to set because it cannot hurt the animal and also it cannot hurt any little kid fooling around with it. We take great pride in placement, this keeps the trap hidden from public eye, and keeps a trapped animal safe and not stressed. Groundhogs and wood chucks are living under the porch, trapping and concrete exclusions can solve your problems.

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Portland Squirrel Removal & Portland Rodents In Attic Including Roof Rats

Squirrels are starting to mate for their season litters now.

We Control Critters Every Day. From snakes in basements to bats in the attic. Squirrels in your attic can and will chew wires to keep their teeth from growing into their faces. Rats use abandoned pluming vents to gain access to your house, behind the walls. Holes in tour masonry will allow rodents access to your house day and night. Bat Removal , Skunk Trapping, and Raccoon Babies  are services we serve everyday.

Portland Pigeon Removal & Portland Bats In Attic

Bat Removal Season Is Coming Fast

Bat Removal From Attics And Bat Guano Cleanup Services Available

Pigeons & Bats can really damage an attic if  allowed to remain inside it. We Clean these types of contamination up daily. We use TYVEK suits, Respirators and HEPA vacuums {not SHOP VACS}when we are removing contaminated fecal matter. If You suspect you have an animal contaminated attic, contact us immediately. For more information on disease associated with animal droppings go to the Center for Disease Control web site

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Portland Raccoon Removal & Portland Raccoon Trapping

Raccoon Babies are Here Raccoon removal & prevention is needed now.

Raccoons Are the most frequent intruders in Portland. They are using the sewers as highways around the city. Raccoons in the city are crafty creatures, the use attic fans and chimneys to access your house. these animals also refuse to pay rent. eviction and exclusion are the best way to deal with them. you can trap them every day in Portland, but another one moves in. Wasted money if you ask me.



We are a comprehensive nuisance wildlife company. Bottom line, if you have a wildlife problem, we can fix it. We are much more than you simple backyard trapper guy. Although trapping is one of the services we provide, we specialize in fixing wildlife problems and getting to the “why” instead of the “what” of the situation. Many of our clients see the animals as the problem. They tell us the raccoons are getting into their trash cans or eating their pet’s food that is left outside all day and night. We do not eat all day and night and our pets do not need to either. Simply feed your pets a specific times of day and they will  become conditioned to eat when it is time to eat. Remove the food sources that are attracting the raccoons, problem solved. As for the garbage cans, we can simply make the garbage cans wildlife proof and again problem solved. In both instances the problem was not the raccoon, but our behavior that was causing the problem in the first place. This approach of thinking outside the box is what sets apart from other wildlife companies. Tapping and removing is not always the right answer. Modifying our behaviors or the habitat around our homes can and will fix most problems~


Squirrels are very interesting and cute creatures to watch. They are very active in this community and are not aggressive at all unless protecting their young. Thought fun to watch, they can get into our homes and business quite easily through a relatively small hole simply by making it bigger. They are excellent chewers, and in fact they must chew to file their teeth down or they will continue to grow until the squirrel can no longer feed. Squirrels love to chew on wood and once inside our attics, that is a scary sound indeed. Not only that, they often chew on electrical wiring insulation which can cause a serious fire hazard. Our attics provide a perfect habitat for squirrels to get out of the cold weather and once they enter, they must be excluded and or trapped and be removed. Once they have been removed we can then SQUIRREL PROOF YOUR HOME to ensure you do not have this problem again in the future.


Raccoons have extremely good dexterity and are excellent climbers. They often find their way into our homes through attic vents, attic fans, rotten roof edges or exterior walls, and holes in the soffits and facia (Roof Overhangs). Though raccoons are good at making themselves appear larger than they are, but in fact they only need a 5” x 5” hole to gain entry into our homes. Baby season generally is between April – August but there have been many instances we have removed babies well outside of this time frame. You should never try and remove raccoons during this time and actually it is best to hire a nuisance wildlife professional because in most cases state law requires euthanizing a raccoon if you trap or possess it. And if a mother raccoon is trapped unknowingly by you then the babies will be left stranded and die in your walls creating another big problem. For this reason it is best to LEAVE IT TO A PROFESSIONAL!


Skunks are probably one of the most misunderstood creatures in our community. First of all skunks themselves do not stink, their spray does. And if you have a close encounter with a skunk this does not necessarily mean you are automatically going to get sprayed. If you simply stand very still and do not make any sudden movements or scream, the skunk may raise its tail and stomp the ground but in most cases will simply turn and run the opposite direction. They are burrowers and often dig under our homes, sheds, patios, carports, A/C units beside the house, and any other place that has loose dirt around a structure. In most of the cases we can simply trap or exclude the skunks from these areas and can then wildlife proof it to keep them out for good. Remember most state laws require euthanizing a skunk if you trap or possess it.


Often times if a snake enters a home they are simply entering the same holes that rodents have entered and are following the scent trails the rodents have left in search of food. There are very few venomous species of snakes in our area but there are some very aggressive snakes that may be encountered. If a snake enters your home call us immediately. Not only can we humanely remove the snake, we can snake proof your home and install snake exclusion devices over the main entry points just in case there are more snakes inside the home. Often times it will be necessary to begin a rodent extermination program at the same time to eradicate the food sources the snakes have been following.


This is probably our most unpleasant task but we do it. It is not a job for the queezy or faint of heart. And ladies please do not get mad at your husbands if they will not go under your home and remove a dead, rotting animal. IT IS DISGUSTING! Maggots, bad smell, and a complete mess are involved when removing a rotting carcass and the decomposed matter underneath. Often time animals die in the worst places like under steps, patios and porches, in attics etc. We also remove dead deer from yards and this requires additional disposal fees and requires additional work on our part. In most cases, removing the dead animal and decomposed matter will remove the smell.


Ground hogs, whistle pigs, woodchucks are cute but destructive little guys that dig up our yards, eat up our gardens and flower beds, dig under porches and foundations and just seem to frighten many folks. They can easily be live captured and relocated unharmed.


Bats can enter a structure through a very small hole and a large colony can occupy a relatively small area. Our maternity season is between the months of May- August and bats cannot legally be excluded or trapped during this time. Tapping bats is not a long term solution. Excluding them LIVE, and then after all the bats are out sealing up the structure is a long term solution. Bats are at the top of the rabies vector list and you should never try and handle a bat. If you have come into contact with a bat seek medical attention immediately! Rabies cannot be cured and is 100% fatal! If you have, or even think you have, a bat infestation, do not try and fix it yourself. Give us a call and let our trained wildlife professionals help!


Beavers are nature’s lumber jacks and dam engineers. And they are very good at creating and destroying habitat wherever they are. Their favorite trees are weeping willows and cherry trees. They build lodges and dam creeks to raise water levels to protect their young and themselves while inside their lodges. We do not like to use kill or body grip traps due to non-target species that may visit the waters edges where we generally trap beavers. Not to mention the danger kill or foot hold traps pose to children and family pets. Hancock style live beaver traps are live traps and are visible making them much safer and effective to use.


We get a lot of bird calls from birds in vents, building nests in fire places, or trapped inside buildings not allowing the business to close up shop and turn on security systems due to motion sensors. Removing bird nests from fire places in the summer time is not that big of a deal but if left unchecked and winter rolls around this could create a fire hazard. We can solve all bird problems from pigeons on roof tops, to starlings and sparrows nesting in vents or soffit connecting lines on the roof.


Most of the time when we get domestic cat calls there is going to be conflict between neighbors. More often than not there is a cat lover that is feeding all of the strays in the area and all of these cats go to neighbor’s houses and find places to have babies, poop, spray, and just cause problems. Removing stray cats is not a rewarding job because we cannot ever come out on top with everyone happy and all cats saved. It’s a no win for us but we will fix the problem and do our best to keep the peace in the neighborhood.


Opossum are just creepy creatures that stink but for the most part are totally harmless. They are not disease carriers, are not aggressive, do not destroy property, are nomadic by nature and just roam the neighborhood in search of their next easy meal. ‘IT LOOKED AT ME” is what we get most of the time when we get an opossum call. They can easily be trapped and relocated and is some cases slight habitat modification may be necessary to prevent future problems with opossums. Like not leaving pet food out all night…..


Rodents which include both rats and mice can find their way into homes and structures through very small hole and one inside can multiply at an alarming rate. A female can have between 5-10 litters per year each litter averaging 6-8 young. So a serious infestation can happen seemingly overnight. Once they have entered home or structure the only way to fix the problem is to seal all entry and possible entry points which keeps all rodents out but traps all current population inside. Then an aggressive trapping and extermination process should begin to remove all remaining rodents from inside the structure. Once these two steps have been taken, the problem is solved. This is the reason pest control companies do not like us. We fix the problem and there is no quarterly services needed.


Though many feed on rats and mice which are very helpful in controlling the rodent population, predators such as fox, coyote and bobcats can decimate bird, rabbit, and squirrel populations as well. They can even run down fawns and young deer. Predator trapping is a labor intensive job requiring much time in the field scouting game trails, looking for sign such as fresh kills, foot prints, scat, and hair along fence crossings just to name a few. Snares and foot hold traps are the most effective method of capturing these animals but we do have methods that can be used in urban areas where possible pets may come into contact with our traps and can safely be released.


It is always the folks that take the best care of their yards and water generously that the armadillos are attracted to. They in search of grubs, worms, larvae, and other underground crunchy, slimy things and moist yards rich in nutrients make the best habitat. The armadillo uses its strong, sharp front feet to dig and they are very good at it. They also are burrowing creatures and often establish residence under porches, decks, and even under the foundation of our homes. They are quite easy to trap from underneath a home but require some intricate funneling to trap in an open yard.


Though flying squirrels are named flying, they cannot actually fly but glide. They are smaller than red fox and grey squirrels but larger than chipmunks and rats. They can fit into a very small hole either in a soffit, attic or ridge vent, and can chew and damage property once inside the home. They can be excluded using one way doors and once they have been removed we can wildlife proof the home or structure to ensure they do not return in the future.    

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Dear TIm,
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I very much enjoyed speaking with you on the phone about the animal problem in my ceiling. You not only explained how your company works, but the fact that you close up any potential entry areas and guarantee your work made me feel I had chosen the right company.

Your technician, Russell, politely called ahead to let me know when he would arrive within the time window we had predetermined. Upon arrival, Russell surveyed my raccoon and squirrel problem, then explained to me how he was going to handle it. He was very thorough and maintained phone contact with me to keep apprise of the situation. Additionally, he made several trips back to check the progress and then finish the job.

He also pointed out that my kitchen exhaust had no cover on it, and he took care of that issue as well.  Which was very helpful, because I would have felt awful if I had accidentally smoked a nest of baby birds.

Thank you for your service. I will certainly recommend your company to anyone I know who has a wild animal control animal issue. Thank again.


KT (Kathleen) Robeson