Welcome to Animals in the Attic of Salt Lake City! We are a professional wildlife removal company servicing Salt Lake City Utah. We specialize in the removal of critters from the attic of homes and businesses, and are respected
in Salt Lake City as the best wildlife specialists for this unique work. Whether you have a family of squirrels, an infestation of rats or mice, a destructive raccoon with babies, or even a colony of bats or birds, we take
great care to remove the wildlife from your home safely and effectively, and we solve the problem permanently, with guarantee! We provide all the services needed - from complete 30-point home and attic inspection,
to the trapping or exclusion of all the animals, including any nests of babies, to complete animal-proofing and repairs, we do it all. We also provide attic cleanup services, if needed.
We are fully Utah licensed and insured. We operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Call us any time, and we will be happy to discuss your critter problem, and provide a price estimate for the work needed, and schedule a same-day or next-day appointment. Call us any time at 801-438-6043. We look forward to hearing from you.
About Opossum: - Opossum are one of the most uncommon but flexible animals who can adapt to various habitat. However as they belong to the marsupial family they can survive in various atmospheres and regions. This marsupial mammal widely appear in the northern America. Opossum tend to carry rabies but it rarely seen that they will carry any disease with or on them. Opossums are commonly known as Possum in most regions of southern US and some of Australia.
As the structure of these small animals is considered they look like a mix of house cat and rats. They can range in their sizes from 5-10 cm to 100-130 cm according to the region. Their rat-like mouth easily gives you the idea of their marsupial family. However having a small brain case they are having a fat body below their head. They mostly cannot stand on their two feet cause of their uneven body mass distribution. Which makes them a little slow than that of rats.
Opossum or Possum can be seen various parts of Europe including north and South America and Australian terrains. However their flexible eating habits and ability to quickly adapt new region made them achieve success in surviving in diverse places. As the reproduction system is a little different than rats. The female Opossum have a pouch like the kangaroo carry the baby Opossums. Female Opossums can carry 2-3 young opossums at a time.
However the male Opossums are observed to be more heavy and strong than the female Opossums. Opossums can reproduce the babies in or around 28 days. Opossums are considered as nomadic they keep travelling from one place to another in search of food and water. Most or all types of Opossums are opportunist omnivorous animals which can eat different types of diet. Opossums are considered to eat mostly anything from fruits to snakes they like it all. As they are having high immunity against the snake venom they can easily digest the snakes and other venomous reptiles. They also are observed eating insects and fishes.
As Opossums can carry their baby pubs in their pouch it makes them more mobile. They can change their places more frequently making them perfect to survive. Opossums are considered as a part of wild animals intruding the urban areas as they migrate in search of food from place to place. The meaning of Opossum is having a white face. Due to the unfriendly nature of Opossums and their growling they are hated widely while they intrude the houses.
If you have animals in your house, it's important that you hire a company that will do the job correctly. We do a complete job from start to finish, for a permanent solution to your Salt Lake City pest control wildlife problem. We inspect the house, remove all of the animals humanely, repair the damage, and seal the entry holes with guarantee, so that you never have crittes in your attic again. Call us any time at 801-438-6043 for complete wildlife removal in Salt Lake City. We look forward to hearing from you!