The History of Critter Control
Critter Control, the nation’s leading wildlife control company, is skilled at dealing with many of the nation’s most bothersome pests. Whether you need to get rid of pesky raccoons or squirrels from your attic, remove moles that are ravaging your lawn or prevent geese from making a mess on your property, count on Critter Control to get the job done in a safe, effective and humane manner.
Founded in 1983 by Kevin Clark, Critter Control was developed around an entirely new vision for animal control and wildlife removal. All of our locations in North America (120 and counting) consistently practice humane wildlife management. We handle animals large and small, with a focus on vertebrate pests such as squirrels, raccoons, bats, and a variety of birds. Our services focus on getting rid of animals, preventing them from causing damage and/or repairing the damage they’ve already caused.
Each office is ecologically responsible, ensuring that only environmentally sound solutions and humane animal removal techniques are used for all wildlife control, animal damage control, and nuisance wildlife removal problems. We provide animal control and animal removal services for:
- property management companies
- industrial and commercial clients
- Fortune 500 companies
We control rodents, trap larger vertebrate pests, and perform an integrated variety of control approaches to wildlife management and animal damage repair and prevention. It is our policy to live trap and relocate animals to the extent that is practical, cost-effective, and allowable under law.
Critter Control established standards of excellence in animal pest control and upholds these standards with a professional staff of biologists, zoologists animal control officers, and anti-cruelty personnel. Our highly experienced and qualified wildlife control teams can assist in any wildlife animal control problem, ranging from bird control to alligator removal. We utilize humane animal handling strategies in all situations. Call Critter Control of San Jose today for any wild animal needs and services!