We do not deal with dogs or cats.
At Matts Animal Control LLC we offer a wide variety of solutions for your nuisance wildlife problems. Locally owned and operated by a true Buckeye! We service the Miami Valley area and are centralized in Piqua. No job is too far don't hesitate to give us a call, often if we cannot assist you we can recommend someone who can. We service the following towns: Piqua, Troy, Tipp City, West Milton, Englewood, Vandalia, Dayton, Covington, and Sidney. We offer free over the phone estimates & are willing to work with your schedule to meet your needs.
WHAT WE DO
We deal with many different species which include but are not limited to: Raccoons, squirrels, skunks, opossum, groundhogs, birds, bats, bees, chipmunk, moles, rats, coyote, fox, muskrat, beaver, whitetail deer, mice, snakes and more! For more information, questions regarding services, or to set up an inspection give us a call 937-214-3612 or email at
Your problem is our passion! Our goal as a company is to keep cost low & provide humane solutions for your wildlife control needs.
Regular business hours are Monday through Friday 8am to 6pm however the phone is always open for calls 24/7, so don't hesitate to call us anytime at 937-214-3612.
One of the most opportunistic of all urban invaders, the raccoon can be found all over landscapes of Ohio. From chimneys to basements and everywhere in between we often find ourselves with the culprit a bandit raccoon! Raccoons breed towards the end of the year and into February and may have young as soon as early February. Females will often search for and likely inhabit your home. They can be destructive, noisy, and a health hazard to you and your family. Removing of raccoons can be a task but with our trained staff and humane methods we can remove raccoons from attics, walls, ceilings, soffits, chimneys, barns, sheds and more!
Dangers Posed By Raccoons
Raccoons may seem friendly however they are wild animals and deserve respect, that includes keeping your distance and not harassing them. A raccoon does not know that it is doing wrong by being in your house, however that poses safety issues. They should be removed and excluded from future entry. Raccoons are indeed rabies vectors and if you have came into contact with a wild raccoon and believe you may have contracted the rabies virus, visit http://www.odh.ohio.gov/rabies.
A health safety concern may arise when raccoon feces are present. Raccoons often poop in the same spot or small area which may cause a concentration. However any amount of raccoon feces in an enclosed space such as an attic or in a wall may pose a health risk. Raccoon feces are dangerous because it contains parasitic spores that can enter your body through your eyes or lungs. Proper safety precautions are a professional grade respirator and eye protection. Cleanup is very important and also a service we offer. Attic remediation and restoration consist of removing all contaminants, all contaminated insulation, disinfecting the whole area and blowing in new insulation.
The smelliest of all the critters, with abilities to spray up to 15ft you and your pets may be at risk. We all know the familiar smell of a skunk, this is sometimes overwhelming in late winter and early spring. This is when breeding happens and there are high numbers of skunks roaming. They often live in ground burrows which may be, in your situation, the problem. Skunks have litters of anywhere from 2 to 10 usually with about 5. The young may stay with the mother until the following spring at which time they will branch out and find a new home. The den site may be used again by that female or also by one of the young. All of our staff are trained to remove skunks with a "NO SPRAY" method insuring there is a minimal odor removal. If your experiencing a skunk in a basement window well, don't panic. Skunks, often young will follow along edges of homes at night and find themselves stuck.
Squirrels can be very interesting and enjoying to watch. However they can also be very destructive. When feeding squirrels you always raise the chances that you will have an issue with squirrels entering into your home. They may be looking for a nesting site or may just be looking to seek inhabitance out of the weather. They love a warm attic full of insulation to use as bedding. Most have 1-2 litters per year. Each litter containing 2-3 young. Young are born around February to March and a second litter July to August. Squirrels may be an issue in attics, air ducts, dryer vents, walls, and ceilings where they take refuge.
The American beaver is often underestimated in population numbers and skills as well. Young are born from April to July. Litters range in number from 1 to 4. Beaver are the engineers of the wilderness. With keen sense of "which way the crick flows". Beavers naturally dam up areas which may cause flooding and damage to crops and property. They also cause damage by chewing the cambium layer at the bases of living trees which kills the tree. Beavers are easily educated by humans and can become difficult to trap if educated. Our crew is experienced with trapping beaver and can get the job done on your property!