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Information about domestic and wild animal problems in Lee County

Lee County Animal Services - Florida FL

If you need assistance with a domestic animal, such as a dog or a cat, you need to call your local Lee County animal services for assistance. They can help you out with issues such as stray dogs, stray cats, spay & neuter programs, vaccinations, licenses, pet adoption, bite reports, deceased pets, lost pets, local animal complaints and to report neglected or abused animals.

Lee County Animal Control:
(239) 432-2083


Wild Animal Problem? Call 239-465-0118

TruTech, Inc. provides professional wildlife control for both residential & commercial customers in the city of Fort Myers. We offer custom Fort Myers wild animal control solutions for almost any type of wildlife problem, whether it be the noises of squirrels running through the attic, a colony of bats living in a building, or the destructive behavior of a raccoon, we have the experience and the tools to quickly and professionally solve your animal problem in Lee County in Florida. For a consultation, give us a call at 239-465-0118


  Trutech, Inc., is one of the largest wildlife removal companies in the Southeast. The company specializes in nuisance animal control. Our range includes North Fort Myers, Fort Myers Shores, Fort Myers Villas, San Carlos Park, south to Bonita Springs.     

It is important to remember that most county animal services in Lee County and elsewhere no longer provide assistance in cases involving wild animals and wildlife management. If you have a wildlife problem or need to get rid of wildlife, need an exterminator or exterminating company, pest control or critter trapping or traps or wild animal prevention in Lee County, you should call a privately owned wildlife removal company at this number: 239-465-0118

Ft. Myers was established in 1886 and is is the historical and governmental hub of Lee County. It is considered the gateway to the Southwest Florida region, a a major tourist destination in FL, and it is also a popular place to live for retirees. The winter homes of Thomas Edison (Seminole Lodge) and Henry Ford (The Mangoes), are located in Fort Myers. The winter and summer homes of many wild animals are also located in Ft. Myers, so if you need professional animal pest control, give us a call. We also service the towns of Cape Coral, Fort Myers Shores, Lehigh Acres and also animal control in Clewiston, La Belle, Estero and pest control in Fort Myers Beach, North Fort Myers and wild animal services in Waterway Estates, Moore Haven and wildlife management in Sanibel, Bonita Springs.
 

Fort Myers Wildlife Tip:
What Size Of Rodent Hole Do They Need To Get In - Rodents are flexible animals that can fit in rather tiny spaces. It is because of that ability that they can sneak into your home and leave you wondering where they came in from. They obviously did not use the front door and your windows are closed so that theory is out. Rodents will most of the time come in through a hole in the wall or on the roof. The hole does not need to be as big as the rodent looks because they can get through almost anything. So when you look for holes on the wall or roof you should pay special attention to small holes.

The size of rodent hole needed depends on the type of rodent that is in your home. If it is a common gray rodent then the hole needs to be just about the size of an American quarter. Holes that small may be hard to spot for you, but to a rodent it is almost as if you are putting out the red carpet and welcoming them in. If the unwanted visitor is a Eastern Gray Rodent then the hole can be much smaller. If you want to know how small the hole can be then simply put your hand in your pocket and take out an American nickel. 
Lee County, FL Animal Control News Clip:
Here are some of the emails regarding dog issues that we've received:

To Whom It May Concern: I wanted to bring to your attention that there are two pit bulls that seem to spend most of the time during the day on thin chains, in front of the house where they reside, just north of Cape Coral in Lee County. My concern is that every time my wife and I have jogged by, these dogs begin barking and don't stop until we're out of sight. Today my wife had our lab with her and as she approached the house, both these dogs began snarling (she was on the other side of the street), barking loudly and she was fearful that they might break their chains and attack. I'm concerned about this because a friend of mine and her dog were recently attacked by a pit bull that the owner claimed was friendly, in SLO. I don't expect you to do anything at this time, however; I would like to request that you file this away just in case one of these dogs ever harm anyone. Thank you, Les

Hello, My name is Devon. I live in Fort Meyers FL. There is around 10 cats I see all the time on my property. They have no collars and I don't believe anyone owns them. They are always pooping and peeing in my yard. I am tired if the smell and always stepping in the poop. They also kill the birds, squirrels, possums I have found dead in my yard. I was told that you have a way you could put a trap on my property to catch these cats and take them away. Please contact me on who to call. Thanks, Devon

I am (WAS) planning a move to your county late summer/early fall from Southeast PA. I have a CMC Realtor and am in the process of getting my PA home on the market. Your county seemed like the perfect place for me to semi-retire, and I even have an in for a part-time teaching position in CMCH. As a highly responsible dog owner and volunteer rescue person, I was browsing your sight with a few questions I had regarding your policies regarding NUMBER of canines (2-3?) permitted on a private, 6-foot-fenced home in case I should foster a pooch from your county's shelter. HOWEVER, your ignorant display of a Doberman Pinscher under the heading of "Barking or DANGEROUS Dogs" has me upset and I feel you are responsible for perpetuating the MYTH of the anti-social, anti-friendly LIES of this wonderful breed. WHERE ARE YOU STATS, SIR? I would like to see them, please, as a prospective Lee County resident. Having rescued and raised this wonderful, devoted breed for 23 YEARS, I have not had one incident of aggression toward any neighbor, guest or other dog. HOW DARE YOU portray them otherwise with your ridiculous photo/heading. And how SADLY IRONIC THAT YOU REPRESENT YOURSELF AS ANIMAL "CONTROL" WHEN YOU CAN'T OR WON'T CONTROL YOUR OWN WAYWARD MISINFORMATION. Sandra

Remember, for a dog/cat problem, call (239) 432-2083, and if you need wildlife removal service in Lee County, call TruTech, Inc.: 239-465-0118.
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