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Young raccoon
Young raccoon
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Wood rat caught and relocated
Wood rat caught and relocated
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Eastern Copperhead snake
Eastern Copperhead snake
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Orphaned skunks
Orphaned skunks

These guys had been seen running around for days without mom. We found a skunk that had been hit by a car on a nearby road.

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Bobcat cubs
Bobcat cubs

As cute as they are, bobcats do not make good pets. These kitties were rehabbed and sent back to the wild.

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Grey fox
Grey fox

These shy canines are free pest control that you want in your neighborhood! There is no reason to relocate them unless it is for their own safety.

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Cottonmouth
Cottonmouth

This water mocassin was accidently caught on a glueboard in a garage which the homeowner had meant for insects. We safely removed him from the trap and set him free by his creek.

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Cottonmouth free at last
Cottonmouth free at last

Venomous snakes play an important role in the ecosystem. They do not need to be killed and A Wildlife Pro DFW will gladly remove them from your property to a safer area. This snake is thanking us for setting him free.

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Trapped bobcat
Trapped bobcat

This emaciated bobcat was caught and sent to rehab to be released in a more appropriate habitat where she won't be shot.

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Live rat trapping
Live rat trapping
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Trapped raccoon
Trapped raccoon

Masked Bandit

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Squirrel hole in house
Squirrel hole in house

Before- typical animal entry point

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Repaired squirrel hole in house
Repaired squirrel hole in house

After- repaired and painted to match

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Chimney baby raccoon
Chimney baby raccoon

This is where we found this poor baby. Is this not the saddest thing? Mom was missing and this little one was the only one of the litter still alive.

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Beaver relocation
Beaver relocation

Beaver mate for life and live in families much like humans. It is very important to keep them together when they must be relocated such as during land development.

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Baby raccoons
Baby raccoons
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Juvenile fox squirrel
Juvenile fox squirrel
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Baby striped skunk
Baby striped skunk

This poor baby was lost from its mother during Spring floods.

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Skunk kits (juveniles)
Skunk kits (juveniles)

Another litter of orphans where mother had disappeared, probably killed by predator or car.

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Juvenile Opossum
Juvenile Opossum
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Juvenile raccoon
Juvenile raccoon

The only survivor from an abandoned litter of raccoons in a chimney.

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Juvenile armadillo
Juvenile armadillo
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Infant squirrel being bottlefed
Infant squirrel being bottlefed
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Baby squirrel
Baby squirrel

This sweet baby was picked up by a cat before being brought to us.

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Baby skunk
Baby skunk

How could anyone not love that fuzzy little face?

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Infant bobcat
Infant bobcat

Found crying and alone in a backyard. Mom didn't return for it after more than 24 hours.

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Nursing mother skunk
Nursing mother skunk

Mom and her newborns were found in a storage room during flood season.

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Animal waste in attic
Animal waste in attic

We hope your attic doesn't look like this!

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Rehabbed orphan beaver
Rehabbed orphan beaver

Here is beeper semi-grown up!

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Opossum infant
Opossum infant

They are born gripping and hanging on. This one thinks the blanket is her mommy.

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