Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The Critter Gitter...featured in The Macomb Daily!

We were thrilled to have been featured in the Monday, April 2nd edition of The Macomb Daily...Michigan's premier news source for Macomb Country residents!

CLICK HERE to read the article online.

Leave us a comment and tell us what you think!

Remember...If there's a critter, we'll gitter!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

There's no job TOO BIG for the Critter Gitter!

Over the past few months, we've been getting a lot of calls from customers in Southeastern Michigan who needed critter control. From a family of raccoons nesting under a home to skunks and a small "village" of rats, we've been helping a lot of people turn their wild animal chaos around. 

Remember, we use a non-toxic spray to keep the critters from nesting in or around your home. It doesn't harm the animals, it just discourages them from coming back. The spray doesn't hurt humans or family pets, either. 

Have a BIG problem??
Call us for a free inspection and consultation. If you have multiple buildings or areas that need critter removal, remember that we ALWAYS offer packages to help keep the costs down. The bottom line? There's no job too big for the Critter Gitter. "If there's a Critter, We'll Gitt 'er!" 

Mike can be reached at (810) 523-2736 -or- (586) 336-0266. Michigan residents needing critter control services in Macomb, Oakland, and Lapeer County will receive fast service!

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Skunky Business...

Skunks. No matter how cute they may look, these are the last kind of animal you want hanging around your home. How can you prevent them from coming in the first place? What if a human or an animal gets sprayed, how do you get rid of the stink? Here are some helpful solutions to help...

Raccoon droppings pose danger


Dear Mr. HandyPerson: One of your recent columns discussed the problems a family was having with raccoons that were using their deck as a latrine. They asked for suggestions to discourage this behavior, as the presence of droppings was risky from a health standpoint...