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Coyotes have been classified as a pest species because of their tendency to prey on pets, sheep, and chickens. As a result, trapping and removing a coyote can provide peace of mind to homeowners who find them lurking about.

Have coyotes been raiding your property? Reach out to our animal control team at Total Animal Control in Milton. Request a free inspection today.

Trapping Experts – How Coyotes Can Affect Your Property

There’s a reason our wildlife management team added coyotes to our pest control list. Here are two ways coyotes can threaten your property:

  • Damage — Coyotes feed on sheep, goats, chickens, pets and even the occasional cattle. In more rural areas, coyotes can even damage the pipes used for irrigation. While coyotes typically won’t attack humans, coyotes will still eat a human’s trash and rely on people for food.
  • Disease — Coyotes often carry canine parvovirus, a serious disease for dogs. Coyotes may also be infected with rabies, which can harm both you and your pets.

In order to get rid of coyotes, you’ll need to have them trapped and removed. If this is the case, contact Total Animal Control.

Choose Our Team For Wildlife Exclusion And Prevention

Our professionals have been thoroughly trained to handle each situation with care. With proper tools and extensive knowledge of these creatures, we quickly and efficiently remove coyotes from your property. 

Reach out to Total Animal Control today to get started. We proudly serve the following cities and surrounding areas:

  • Marietta
  • Kennesaw
  • Acworth
  • Austell
  • Smyrna

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What Experts Have To Say About These Critters

Local residents have been having troubles with coyotes in hundreds of years but only decades ago that they have really become a hard time controlling them. The reasons behind these confrontations with them are separate depending on where they were seen. There is one reason that stands out and common among these and that is the density of these nuisance critters multiplying is getting bigger and bigger every year. Because of this, they are starting to adapt to co-exist with people that are living near the coyotes, which in return having babies in no time.

These nuisance critters generally look like a dog. There are features though that are identifiable between them and dogs. These nuisance critters have ears and snouts that are pointy and sharp. They have furs that are usually marked with spots and are sometimes gray in color or brown. You can also distinguish them for having bushy tails, which are similar and common to some wild creatures. These nuisance critters are hunters. These nuisance critters usually hunt for animals that are smaller than them. Because of their nature of being shy, they try to distance themselves from other predators when they have a chance. They even try to avoid humans to avoid conflicts between us. These nuisance critters travel in packs. It generally consists of members of their family, much like other predators in the wild. These nuisance critters are active during the night, but it does not mean that they do not roam the area during the day. This is most likely of humans invading their habitat. They are forced to hunt during the night to avoid any human contact.

The development of our territory is also one of many reasons why these nuisance critters are becoming troublesome. Our gradual and continuous nature to expand our territory at the expense of their habitats, these nuisance critters are compelled to invade our territory to hunt and search for their source of nutrients. If this problem is left alone, it will have dire consequences. It will definitely have an impact on all the population of other wildlife.

These nuisance critters hunt their prey that is inferior in their size and much puny when it comes to their strength. Living in an area where it is near the woods or a field there is a chance these nuisance critters may be lurking there. If you have pets it may be dangerous for them to be left alone. These nuisance critters could begin their hostility towards your pets which could cause injuries that may be fatal or worse, really kill them. Besides causing the death of your pets, they may infect them with some deadly diseases. Some may cause infections, even parasites when they bite them. Another possible threat they pose is there is a possibility that these nuisance critters attack the children in the neighborhood. Which may also cause to pass on any deadly disease or parasites these nuisance critters carry.

Local residents have been having troubles with coyotes in hundreds of years but only decades ago that coyotes have really become a hard time controlling coyotes. The reasons behind these confrontations with coyotes are separate depending on where the coyotes were seen. There is one reason that stands out and common among these and that is the density of these coyotes multiplying is getting bigger and bigger every year. Because of this, coyotes are starting to adapt to co-exist with people that are living near the coyotes, which in return having babies in no time.

These nuisance critters generally look like a dog. There are features though that are identifiable between them and dogs. These nuisance critters have ears and snouts that are pointy and sharp. They have furs that are usually marked with spots and are sometimes gray in color or brown. You can also distinguish them for having bushy tails, which are similar and common to some wild creatures. These nuisance critters are hunters. These nuisance critters usually hunt for animals that are smaller than them. Because of their nature of being shy, they try to distance themselves from other predators when they have a chance. They even try to avoid humans to avoid conflicts between us. These nuisance critters travel in packs. It generally consists of members of their family, much like other predators in the wild. These nuisance critters are active during the night, but it does not mean that they do not roam the area during the day. This is most likely of humans invading their habitat. They are forced to hunt during the night to avoid any human contact.

The development of our territory is also one of many reasons why these nuisance critters are becoming troublesome. Our gradual and continuous nature to expand our territory at the expense of their habitats, these nuisance critters are compelled to invade our territory to hunt and search for their source of nutrients. If this problem is left alone, it will have dire consequences. It will definitely have an impact on all the population of other wildlife.

These nuisance critters hunt their prey that is inferior in their size and much puny when it comes to their strength. Living in an area where it is near the woods or a field there is a chance these nuisance critters may be lurking there. If you have pets it may be dangerous for them to be left alone. These nuisance critters could begin their hostility towards your pets which could cause injuries that may be fatal or worse, really kill them. Besides causing the death of your pets, they may infect them with some deadly diseases. Some may cause infections, even parasites when they bite them. Another possible threat they pose is there is a possibility that these nuisance critters attack the children in the neighborhood. Which may also cause to pass on any deadly disease or parasites these nuisance critters carry.

Local residents have been having troubles with coyotes in hundreds of years but only decades ago that coyotes have really become a hard time controlling coyotes. The reasons behind these confrontations with coyotes are separate depending on where the coyotes were seen. There is one reason that stands out and common among these and that is the density of these coyotes multiplying is getting bigger and bigger every year. Because of this, coyotes are starting to adapt to co-exist with people that are living near the coyotes, which in return having babies in no time.

These nuisance critters generally look like a dog. There are features though that are identifiable between them and dogs. These nuisance critters have ears and snouts that are pointy and sharp. They have furs that are usually marked with spots and are sometimes gray in color or brown. You can also distinguish them for having bushy tails, which are similar and common to some wild creatures. These nuisance critters are hunters. These nuisance critters usually hunt for animals that are smaller than them.