Complete Wildlife Removal

Your solution for full-service wildlife removal, relocation, and restoration. Based out of Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah, and currently serving clients across Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming.


Our Services

We specialize in all services pertaining to wildlife control and removal, including wildlife removal, wildlife relocation, dead animal removal, wildlife exclusion, building repairs, material replacements, and sanitization/decontamination after all the other steps have been completed.

Professional Wildlife Removal Company

Do You Hear Bumps in the Night?

What about thumping, rustling, scratching, or screeching coming from your attic, crawlspace, or walls?

Is Your Lawn Ruined?

 Is something digging holes in your yard or landscaping, killing trees or expensive plants, leaving trails of dead grass or animal droppings everywhere?  

Does Something Smell Rotten?

 Have you noticed smells like animal waste or something rotting coming from your walls, chimney, crawlspace or attic.

The species we deal with most often include raccoons, skunks, snakes, pigeons, mice, voles, gophers, woodpeckers, bats, swallows, squirrels, and rats. If you’re dealing with any of these problems in your home, rest assured that we’re the solution you’ve been looking for. 

While traditional pest companies often focus on removing wildlife from your home, our work goes beyond the trapping and removal to ensure that your problem is solved long-term. We get to the source of the issue by finding and treating the entry points or temptations that may be leading wildlife to your property, giving you lasting relief from your wildlife neighbors.

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Our Wildlife Removal Process

At Complete Wildlife Removal, we practice a holistic approach to wildlife control that reestablishes harmony between nature and residential spaces and frees your home from unwelcome creatures in the most humane way possible. We focus on long-term solutions rather than short-term band-aids, ensuring that our work not only rids you of your immediate problem but also prevents re-entry or further damage. 

As fully licensed professionals, our wildlife removal process will vary according to the specific animal that’s affecting your property, the local laws and requirements regarding the removal of that species, and the unique elements of your space. We take extreme care to prevent any damage to your space beyond what the wildlife may have already created, and we pride ourselves on our ability to restore the sanctity and function of your space before we leave.

Our team is made up of experts with decades of experience in wildlife rescue, giving us an upper hand against even the toughest wildlife removal cases. We tailor our strategy to each animal’s habits and weaknesses, ensuring success in each project. 

Unless you’ve encountered wildlife in your home before, you may not be able to immediately identify the source of your trouble. Here are some of the signs that a creature has taken up residence in your home.

When there’s an animal present in your home, you may notice sounds like bumping, rustling, or other movement seeming to come from your walls. If you have an attic or crawlspace, you may hear noises emanating from there as well. Any strange sounds can represent an animal moving around above, beneath, or within your home. 

You may think you’ve lost your green thumb, but new holes in your yard or garden or landscaping that seems to be disturbed can indicate that there’s an animal frequenting the areas surrounding your home. Although the animal may remain outside your structure for now, in many cases, it’s only a matter of time before the animal seeks further food or shelter inside.


Animal urine, droppings, and carcasses can create horrible smells within and around your home. If something smells rotten but you can’t quite place the smell (or it seems to be seeping out from your walls), an animal has likely taken up residence or died somewhere in or around your home. In these cases, especially, time is of the essence to relieve the smell and prevent contaminants from spreading throughout your home.

Why Choose Complete Wildlife Removal?


Your wildlife problem doesn’t end with removing the animal from your property. After we trap the offending animal(s), we’ll carefully inspect your space to seal off any entrances, sanitize and deodorize your space, and repair any damage left by your animal intruders. By serving all your wildlife needs, we also ensure that our solution is likely to last long-term. 

Licensed Professionals

Laws vary by state and species when it comes to proper trapping and removal of wildlife. Our professionals are fully licensed in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming and are intimately familiar with the local laws and best practices governing the removal of each species. All our processes abide by these restrictions. 

Free On-Site Quotes

We know it can be expensive just to get a quote from some wildlife removal companies before any work even takes place, and other companies only provide quotes over the phone without fully understanding your situation. To save you the trouble and provide an accurate estimate, we’ll come to your residence and provide a free on-site quote. We can also help diagnose your problem if you send photos of the animal, damage, or droppings. 

Timely Support

When you have an animal wreaking havoc on your home, time is of the essence to prevent further damage and danger to your space, family, and pets. Our team will come to address the problem as soon as possible to save you from additional headaches. 

Contact Us

If you’re concerned about an animal in your home, contact us right away! We’ll work closely with you and your family to identify the source of the problem and prepare a plan of attack. 

Do not wait to contact us.  Your wildlife problem can get much, much worse unless it is managed by a professional wildlife removal technician.  We are your FRONT LINE DEFENSE against wild animal threats and wild animal damages. ic? Is your home or building suddenly infested with mites, fleas or flies?