Society of Midland County Shelter (previously Midland Animal Control)
For more information about animal control, go to . The Human Society of Midland County's website is .
Central Michigan Wildlife Services is a full-service Midland County wildlife removal company. This is very different from a regular Midland County pest control company. The pest control companies spray poison to kill insects. This is not at all similar to wildlife removal. Central Michigan Wildlife Services performs a full inspection of the home or property, and determines why the animal(s) are there, and if inside a building, how the animals got inside. All animals (including rodents) are trapped and removed, or if possible, removed from the building using special exclusion devices. Once the animals are gone, preventative repairs are essential, and cleanup is sometimes recommended.
We are professional wildlife removal operators offering animal control solutions based in Midland, Michigan. We pride ourselves on professional trapping services, and on quality snake, bird, and animal removal.
Midland County Animal Control in Midland, MI | Whitepages
Department Of Animal Control 4371 E Ashman St Midland ..
J&L Nuisance Wildlife Control #5758 removes all sorts of wild animals, critters and birds from residential and commercial properties, including bats, snakes, pigeons, skunks, raccoons, swallows, woodpeckers, voles, beavers, and rodents of every kind. We also provide cleanup, sanitization, deodorization, and exclusion work to keep your wildlife problem from recurring, be it a colony of bats in a building, raccoons in the attic, or destructive behaviors of critters such as squirrels, gophers and pigeons. Bats Like All Kinds of Buildings in Midland, Michigan
There are bat removal needs we service regularly in Midland, Michigan:
We solve many types of wildlife control conflicts in Midland and surrounding areas. Give us a call if you need expert animal removal and/or live wildlife trapping. We can also perform an inspection of your property to evaluate the problem. Some people had contacted the City of Midland but they responded by saying that the County has jurisdiction with this issue, not the City. The City did confirm in their Facebook post that the Taylors have a kennel license, they have recently been inspected and passed. Because Midland County has no ordinances pertaining to kennels, the laws that have to be followed come from the state of Michigan and the Department of Agriculture. However, the state of Michigan rarely does these inspections themselves unless a complaint is filed. Local law enforcement usually handles these inspections, either utilizing their Animal Control Officers or someone from County, City or Township law enforcement. If you have a problem situation with a lost or stray cat, dog, or other domestic animal or pet including farm and ranch animals, contact for assistance. They work with domestic animals and can provide information about licensing, vaccinations, lost pets, etc. The county does not offer free wildlife animal control services, nor does Midland. Midland County’s website says that new licenses are approved from the township or city official. It also says that kennel licenses are issued by the Animal Control Deputy on site at the time of inspection or can be purchased after the inspection. So how did these dog breeders pass inspection and what did the Animal Control Officer look for when doing the inspection? Pet Friends Magazine recently sent out a FOIA request to Midland County and Homer Township to get any inspection reports that were done and will update everyone when these documents arrive.