Month: January 2019

Fox Found in Bad Situation

This beautiful Gray Fox got himself in a bad situation. He has a couple of wounds that hopefully aren’t super serious but on top of that wait till you hear what he managed to get into. With his injuries we wanted to get him checked out so he’s on his way to TUCSON WILDLIFE CENTER. We’ll keep you posted .

This beautiful Gray Fox got himself in a bad situation. He has a couple of wounds that hopefully aren’t super serious but on top of that wait till you hear what he managed to get into. With his injuries we wanted to get him checked out so he’s on his way to TUCSON WILDLIFE CENTER . We’ll keep you posted .

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Home Invasion by a Javelina in Tucson, Arizona

Home invasion? Not really. The javelina in this video took advantage of a new home under construction. Javelinas have poor eyesight which may account for why he fell into a septic well. They have an acute sense of smell which makes up for their poor vision.

Javelinas and dogs are not a good mix. There are far more javelina attacks on dogs than humans. Most human injuries occur while they are trying to protect their dog during an attack. Javelinas react to dogs the same way they do with coyotes. They perceive both canids as a serious threat to their young. If you see a herd of javelinas while taking your dog(s) for a walk; we advise you to turn around and walk away from the herd. Just remember that a dog barking is perceived as a threat to the herd.

Home invasion? Not really. The javelina in this video took advantage of a new home under construction. Javelinas have poor eyesight which may account for why he fell into a septic well. They have an acute sense of smell which makes up fo their poor vision.Javelinas and dogs are not a good mix. There are far more javelina attacks on dogs than humans. Most human injuries occur while they are trying to protect their dog during an attack. Javelinas react to dogs the same way they do with coyotes. They perceive both canids as a serious threat to their young. If you see a herd of javelinas while taking your dog(s) for a walk; we advise you to turn around and walk away from the herd. Just remember that a dog barking is perceived as a threat to the herd.

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Saturday, January 19, 2019

Raccoon Renovation in Arizona

A case of raccoon renovation. This raccoon tore off part of the house to get into the attic space. If you have never had a raccoon in your attic you have no idea the amount of noise they can make. But now this trash bandit is off to a safe new home.https://www.animalexpertsinc.com/

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Thursday, January 17, 2019

Wildlife in Arizona – Bobcat

If you live in an area that is inhabited by mountain lions, coyotes, wolves, bobcats, and venomous snakes; please learn what you can do to keep your pets and/or livestock safe. Call us, check our website, or see our educational videos on Facebook to get tips on living safely with wildlife.

If you live in an area that is inhabited by mountain lions, coyotes, wolves, bobcats, and venomous snakes; please learn what you can do to keep your pets and/or livestock safe. Call us, check our website, or see our educational videos on Facebook to get tips on living safely with wildlife

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Calls for Skunk Removal

Wow, the Wildlife in and around Tucson are already getting active! Here’s one of our calls for Skunk removal.

Wow the Wildlife in and around Tucson are already getting active. We’ve had calls for skunk removal snake removal and for this really destructive little raccoon to be removed. This raccoon actually tore a hole in the stucco wall to get into an attic space. https://www.animalexpertsinc.com/shop

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Saturday, January 5, 2019

Contact

Animal Experts Inc.
520-531-1020
animalexperts@live.com

Copyright © animalexpertsinc.com

Follow Us