Complete Wildlife Removal

At Wild Thingz Wildlife Removal, we adore the precious creatures we share our planet with. However, we prefer them to stay where they can thrive in their natural habits. Wild animals do not belong in the city or on residential properties. This is where we come to the rescue with our critter control services.

Our staff is skilled and knowledgeable about the common critters that make their way onto our properties or inside our homes. From tiny mice and rats to ominous bats, the team at Wild Thingz handles it all.

Read on to learn about the creatures we remove and how our critter services work.

Humane Wildlife Control for Your Property

If you are a farmer or a gardener, you certainly don’t want animals roaming the property. Likewise, if you have invested a great deal of time and money into your lawn, critters are not a good thing to see digging into the landscaping. Wild animals can destroy all your hard work in a matter of a night.

Building their nests and foraging for food can tear up your garden and uproot your lawn. When they decide your bushes are an ideal place to rest they can significantly destroy the bush’s branch system. What’s more, if the animal gets territorial you can have a dangerous problem on your hands.

Beautiful deer will eat your gorgeous flowers and garden as well as raccoons, skunks, snakes, moles, squirrels, and other rodents. They can be exciting and fun to watch, but not if they make a mess on your property.

What Critters Do We Handle & Remove?

There are many stunning and unique animals in South Carolina. We are proud to do our part in returning these animals to their rightful environment. At Wild Thingz Wildlife Removal we handle just about any animal that comes our way. However, there are a handful of critters we often are called for.

The following are the most common complaints we receive when contacted for our critter control services.


They sure do look sweet and friendly at a distance. But raccoons are one of the last critters you want to have to handle on your own.

When first observing raccoons on your property, they will likely be shy and skittish. Soon they will build the courage to approach you and your family. This can be a hazardous situation for everyone. Raccoons will defend themselves if they feel threatened. Plus, they can carry awful diseases that can easily be transferred to both humans and their pets, like rabies and raccoon roundworms.

And as mentioned before, raccoons can inflict significant damage to your home and property. They’ll knock over outdoor trash cans and destroy vents, chimney caps, shutters, and shingles.

Mice and Rats

A mouse or rat infestation can happen in the blink of an eye. These tiny rodents reproduce quickly. So, it’s safe to assume there are always more if you see just one mouse or rat.

Mice and rats can be very destructive indoors. They chew electrical wire, which can cause fires and put you and your family at risk. Furthermore, they can gnaw through metal, concrete, plastics, and wood with their large teeth or incisors.

To top it all off, they will leave stains and odors from their waste and contaminate pantry products or exposed food. When humans unknowingly consume food soiled by rats and mice, they can contract all kinds of diseases. They also spread illness through biting and carrying parasites like ticks and fleas.


It’s pretty fascinating to watch squirrels burying nuts and scurrying up trees. They are undoubtedly adorable wild animals. But when they enter your home, squirrels can do loads of damage. They tear up insulation, ruin surfaces with their urine and feces, and chew structures and wires.

Outdoors, pesky squirrels can dig up your yard and home garden. However, a squirrel problem is best left to the professionals. Their cute appearances is deceiving because squirrels will not hesitate to bite when cornered.


Bats have been protected on the Endangered Species list for many years. This legal regulation makes it critical to contact a professional wildlife company when they are causing issues in or around your house.

Unfortunately, habitats and populations have been in decline, so they are essentially forced to choose your attic, crawl space, or chimney as their new cave. “Bat exclusion” is a safe, effective, and humane method of critter control.

Bats can spread diseases and cause significant damage to your home. But, more importantly, they belong in the wild, where they can truly thrive and restore their populations.

Give us a call if you suspect bats nesting in your home.