Tarrant County Animal Control

For DOG and CAT problems, call the free Tarrant County Animal Services at: (817) 451-3436

My name is Brian, and I operate a professional wildlife removal company, based out of the Tarrant County TX area. I am a critter specialist only - no bugs. I humanely remove all types of nuisance wildlife from homes and buildings. I am fully licensed and insured in the state of Texas. I service both residential and commercial accounts. I operate 24-7-365. Yes, you can of course call me in the evenings and on Sundays. I am extremely professional, arrive in uniform with a clean service truck and the best equipment. I pride myself on my high level of knowledge regarding Texas's wildlife, and also on my quality of work. I guarantee that I will solve your wild animal problem. Call me any time to discuss your wild animal pest problem: 817-717-3606

Tarrant County Rodent Control: Rat removal is one of the most common tasks that we deal with in SE Texas. They are very common nuisance critters in homes in this area. We eradicate all of the rats or mice, and solve your problem permanently, within a week or so, with guarantee. You will never have a rat problem again after you hire us, because we stop the source of the problem, by fixing all of the holes in your house, so that no more rodents can ever get in again.

Tarrant County Wildlife Removal: We deal with a variety of critters. We trap and remove raccoons, often from attics of homes. We remove squirrels from your ceiling and eaves. We trap and remove armadillos, and we are experts with the snakes of Texas. We do bat and bird control, and we remove opossums as well. We can handle almost any problem with any wild critter in Tarrant County.

Tarrant County Pest Control: We do not operate a typical pest control company. We do not kill insects such as termites or ants or cockroaches, and we never use poison. We are wildlife specialists only, and we deal only with wild critters. We are very humane to the animals that we trap and remove, and we solve the problem completely, from animal damage repairs, prevention, and animal waste cleanup.

Tarrant County Animal and Wildlife Emails: Hello, I don't know who to contact with the problem in my neighborhood. A neighbor in my gated community, has trained his dog to attack the wild ducks that live here. The man is a paraplegic, who lets his German shepherd run loose when he goes around the neighborhood on his scooter. When a neighbor complained to him, he then taught the dog a silent command to kill the ducks. Before, he'd just yell the word "kill". This person even, when he comes in his car, he'll stop, let the dog out and command it to kill, and the dog chases after the mother and baby ducks. The man claims because he's an attorney, he can do whatever he wants.... Is it illegal to do this, between not having his dog on a leash and having his dog kill ducks? I along with other neighbors are afraid that one day this dog will attack a small pet, dog or cat, or even a child. Can you offer any assistance? K Smith
have you ever heard of a woofel fly. I had a Maltese. We lived near the marsh close to the intercoastal. My Maltese had a tumor like thing come up on his hind legs. I thought it was because he was old and was his anal gland. After a day or two a hole showed up in it. and it was hollow. It was very hard to the touch. I treated it with peroxide and antibiotic ointment. It never closed up and he died. This was about 2 weeks ago. Now my male cat came up with the same type cyst. About two days after it appeared and was hard to the touch, it also has a whole and it is just in the skin. I had seen similar type things on squirrels back in the eighties and called about it and was told it was a woofel fly. I was told they appear when it has been a warm winter. I am now afraid my other cats will get it and they have a lot of fur so I could not see it. My dog was an inside dog. They only other thing I can think is that it is a spider bite. We recently moved. The dog came up with the cyst before we moved and now this particular short hair cat - who was an outdoor cat before after we moved. There are many racoons in the area who come right up to your door and eat with the cats if there is dry cat food out. There are also a lot of squirrels in that area. The dog and cat were seldom in the same vicinity since the dog rarely went out. The other symptom of the cat - the dog was 11 the cat is only 3 was noticeable hair loss. I thought maybe from flea poison the guy had sprayed in the yard at the new house caused this cats hair loss. Any idea?
Greetings: The Fort Worth and Tarrant County Police Department has been advised of an ongoing problem concerning two pit bull dogs that have been running at large and creating a safety concern for residents in the Glenbrook Countryside sub-division of unincorporated Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Texas. An email from Ms. Julie Tinker, 108 Chestnut Road, Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Illinois 60062 was received by the Village of Fort Worth and Tarrant County from the office of State Representative Karen May explaining the problem and requesting assistance. The area where the problem is occurring is not under the jurisdiction of the Fort Worth and Tarrant County Police Department, but I felt there was a need in the interest of public safety to bring this issue to your attention. Please contact Ms. Julie Tinker at 847-715-9410 for additional information about her concerns. Thank you, Michael