Arlington Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Arlington - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Arlington! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Arlington, TX. Our company is among the biggest in the area dedicated to wildlife control. This size means that we have a technician that serves your area, frequently available immediately. As such, we are almost always able to make appointments for the same day or the following one. In more urgent situations, we also offer 24/7 emergency wildlife removal services. Keep in mind that we are not exterminators or pest controllers. Instead, we dedicate ourselves to removing wildlife like reptiles and mammals. Part of that is avoiding poison. We never use poison since it is both ineffective and inhumane; instead, we rely on humane methods that actually produce results. One of our biggest specialties is removing animals in the attic. Some of the most common critters we find there include rats, raccoons, and squirrels, with most homeowners only being aware of the animals’ presence due to noises at night. In this situation, our focus on a humane approach for wildlife control means that we will try exclusion before moving onto trapping and relocation. We also tend to focus on prevention to avoid animal-human conflicts in the future. When you hire our wildlife removal company, we will protect your family from the issues caused by wildlife, from diseases to the risk of bites or scratches. Call us now at 817-591-0021 for your Arlington wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Arlington and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Texas licensed and insured.

Bat control in Arlington - removal from attics

Arlington raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Arlington dead animal removal inside houses.

Arlington snake removal and prevention.

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Arlington Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Which Texas Rodents Eat Insects?

While some Arlington insects can indeed frighten you, this can be a source of sustenance to some rodents. Some of the urban mammals will love the taste of the insects and will prey on them. While some of them can be treated as nuisance, they can still provide service to humans by controlling the population of the insects that destroys our crops. If these rodents will not eat the crops and encourage the transmission of the diseases, they can be beneficial in agricultural setting.

List of Texas Rodents That May Eat Insects

Rodents are known as omnivores, which means that they will love the taste of plant and meat. If you happen to come across a Texas rat, you will know that it will eat just about anything that can help them survive. This will include insects.


There are different types of porcupines that are divided into 2 sets. Both have the quills that they can use to defend and conceal their presence. Porcupines are known to be herbivores. Therefore, they will usually eat vegetations. While they do not enjoy the taste of the meat, they may still choose to eat lizards and little bugs occasionally. You will often see their bug-eating behavior when they are in the wild and if there is not enough supply of food.


The Arlington squirrels are omnivores. They will need to eat at least 1lb each week to ensure that they are receiving the proper nutrition. Most people will think that squirrels will only eat the nuts and seeds that they will store. However, this can be farther from the truth. Although the squirrels will be eating fruits, seeds, and fungi, they will also love the taste of caterpillar, insects, and other small bugs.


Mice is perhaps one of the most destructive pests that can invade your house. Despite of that, they may still help you in managing the population of the insects. Due to the inquisitive nature of the mice, they will be trying a variety of food. Mice will eat roaches and centipede. They will also enjoy eating crickets and a range of other insects.

Wild Rats

The wild rats are voracious and opportunistic eaters. Therefore, they will be eating any foods that they might encounter. This may include fruits, grains, nuts, seeds, and yes, insects. While it is uncommon to encounter a hunting rat, it will still hunt for smaller animals and bugs if needed. The rats on the urban areas has a lower possibility of eating insects since they already have the garbage as an accessible food source.

Apart from them, the groundhog will also occasionally eat worms and grubs. They will also hunt for smaller Texas animals and insects. This will be a great source of protein that will help their body developed. However, they may not be as omnivores as the other rodents in this list. Now that you know that the rodents can be attracted by the insect infestation in your house, you probably know that reducing the insect's population can make your place less inviting to the rodent.