Clarksville Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Clarksville - Wildlife Control

We are Clarksville Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Clarksville, TN. No matter what kind of problem animal you may have, we have the professional technicians who are ready to assist you. We have been in business for over 10 years, and have professionals who have undergone all of the latest treatments and learn the latest techniques on how to safely and effectively remove wildlife from any home or business. We provide exceptional service for both residential and commercial properties. It doesn’t matter whether you have an apartment complex, a townhome, a house, warehouse, stadium, or any other structure, we can do the job to remove any animal quickly and efficiently. While we are experts in any type of animal removal, it is commercial businesses where our technicians really excel. We provide exceptional service for warehouses, businesses, stores, office complexes, restaurants, and any other kind of business you can imagine. It doesn’t matter what kind of animal you may have problems with, we know how to provide service that can quickly and efficiently remove these animals, getting your business back. We have service technicians who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It doesn’t matter what time you need us, we are available. In the vast majority of instances, we are able to provide same-day service. If you have a problem, call us right away. Call us now at 931-278-6800 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Clarksville and Our Services:

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Licensed and insured in Tennessee

Clarksville raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Raccoon and skunk removal in Clarksville

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Clarksville snake removal and prevention.

Clarksville bird control services.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Woodlawn, Cumberland Heights, Woodridge Estates, Sango, Hickory Point, Oakridge, Cunningham, Southside, and many more!

Clarksville Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: What If a Stray Cat Bites You?

Even if you have a living pet cat, the chances are that someday you will also face cat bite. Generally, an overexcited cat can nip her owners in excitement. You also face trouble when the cat accidentally bites the finger of the guardian. It may happen even when the cat is accepting a treat from your side. In a few other cases, some unexpected aggressive behavior can also make a cat to scratch or bite her guardian, and it may lead to severe damage. Many people also have a habit of petting any stray cat wherever they see one; in this case, they again fall under the risk of a cat bite. The fact is that not all the cats are equally friendly, especially when they are approached by strangers. It clearly means that there are so many reasons behind cat bites and one must be careful about all such incidents.

In general, cat bites cover around 10 to 15 percent of cases of animal bites in the United States. But even with these few cases, they pose much risk to the overall health of the person. It is observed that cat bites often create a narrow and deep wound on the skin. The scary part about cat bites is that they can even tear down flesh and can also cause major harm to the bones. People find these deeper wounds much harder to clean. Moreover, cats carry a number of bacteria in their mouth and they can cause serious health issues to the victims. One of the most commonly found pathogenic bacteria in the cat mouth is Pasteurella multocida.

If you are bitten by a cat, immediately wash your wound with running water. In case if the wound is bleeding, there is no need to stop the flow of blood rather it must be encouraged to flow so that all the bacteria can be flushed out with blood. Never ever make use of any harsh chemical solution to clean the wound because such substances cause difficulty in healing. It is good to take help from medical health experts to deal with the issue as soon as possible. They can suggest you best way to handle the pain and bleeding as well. If you do not get medical assistance on time, the infection may get developed even within 24 to 48 hours of a cat bite.

Several reports of cat bite have been observed until now in the United States, and people are still worried about such issues. It is possible to treat most of the cat bites using antibiotics where penicillin is the most preferably used drug. When people face cat bites on hand, they may even require surgeries to boost the healing process. Cat bites are also capable enough to cause bone infections, or in few extreme cases they can cause septic shock, and even some life-threatening issue as well. Prefer to take help from professionals at medical centers to avoid all the troubles.