The Animal Arrest Wildlife Management and Removal Team
For over 20 years, Andy Dangler has worked as a wildlife biologist in the private, state, and federal sectors. He studied evidence-based wildlife trapping techniques, management principals and field identification in his SUNY Cobleskill's Wildlife Management degree program and is a member of the New York State Trappers Association and the National Wildlife Control Operators Association.
Kevin Bruce has worked as a wildlife biologist in the private.. and federal sector for over 25 years, including nine years with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services Agency. There, he conducted animal control programs and devised new methods of managing wildlife effects on livestock, residences, airports, businesses, highway infrastructure and agriculture. He is a graduate of the University of Wyoming's Wildlife Management degree program and a member of the New York State Trappers Association, National Wildlife Control Operators Association and The Wildlife Society.
Both Andy and Kevin are fully insured, New York State-licensed Nuisance Wildlife Control Operators. Their combined educational and professional backgrounds, along with practical work in humane trapping and removal of a wide variety of wildlife species, thoroughly qualifies Animal Arrest NY to address the needs of your home or business.
Animal Arrest NY serves the Greater Albany area, including:
Why You Should Leave Your Animal Control Problem to Animal Arrest
Why hire us? Resolving nuisance wildlife problems is not for amateurs. Animal Arrest NY works within New York State laws, using techniques that best protect the health and safety of you, your family and pets, while minimizing potential property damage.
Direct human confrontations with animals can easily result in bites and scratches that can cause disease and infections. Wildlife presence alone can easily transmit viruses including rabies, bacteria, fungi, and parasites to you, your loved ones and pets through contact with animals, urine and feces or nesting materials. Disease agents may enter your body through wounds or through your eyes, nose or mouth.
Skin contact with droppings or urine indoors or on yard furniture and children’s play areas can lead to oral ingestion of microorganisms, a common way that raccoon roundworm is spread. Animals may also harbor fleas, ticks, lice and mites that you won't want to contract.
Animal Arrest NY uses safe and humane capturing and handling methods to remove nuisance wildlife from your property to help you avoid potentially dangerous human-wildlife conflicts. So leave your wildlife problems to us – contact Animal Arrest NY today!