This page is an ongoing collection of pictures of our Animal Control technicians at work, and is dedicated to their loyalty, skill, dedication, and hard work. Our animal control crew is distributed throughought our service area.
Wildlife control is difficult, sometimes dangerous work, and it takes a special kind of professional to do it right.
Animal Control Technicians also need extensive education and in-depth knowledge of the biology and habits of every animal they work with in order to be able to catch and release it unharmed, if at all possible. They also need a high degree of physical fitness, stamina, and plain-old guts.
Finally, animal control technicians need the right equipment to do their work efficiently and safely. At Rid-A-Critter, we have everything our people need to tackle any animal control job -- no matter how big or how challenging. That, and the skill and dedication of our people, is what sets us apart from our competition.
Here are some pictures of the finest animal control professionals in the business.
Faith and Tim petting a baby squirrel
Jason working at an insulation replacement job
Brad with a baby raccoon removed from a home
Josh caught laying down on the job again
Chad sealing bats out of a house
Animal control technician Tim relocating a critter
Animal control supervisor Dean Scott and friend
Wildlife control expert Don and his handsome son
Jason repelling during a Roswell rat control job
Chris Scott getting into his work
Josh Blue at an Atlanta squirrel removal job
A candidate for the Rid-A-Critter canine unit
Shane with Rid-A-Critter's exclusive Rat Blaster
David dangles in mid-air during a bat-proofing job
Coyote control expert Richard Adcock
Junior critter catcher Abigayle with a snake
Javors with a hornets nest he removed from a bush
Carl with a young, friendly squirrel
Shane and Jason doing bird control in Roswell
Tim and Jason at a pest control conference
Brothers Ron and Steve Herring
Justin pointing to a rat hole at a rat removal job
Did we mention that this is a family business?
David pointing out rodent trails in insulation
For help with any animal control problem, please call us today.