DeKalb County Indiana Wildlife Removal Companies

Perform Professional Sanitation Services to Rid Your House of Bat Waste

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We remove animal feces and broken insulation from your attic and install it with new insulation with the required R-value after we have removed any wildlife from your home and transferred them correctly. Raccoon feces could contain baylisascaris, a type of raccoon roundworm.


Our wildlife control experts perform another full inspection to ensure that everything has been completed correctly and completely. We will not close the job until both you and ourselves are completely satisfied that your animal problem has been resolved.

If bats have decided to make your property their "home away from home," you must address the situation as soon as possible. It is not going to get better on its own. Instead, things will deteriorate, and you may soon find yourself hosting a bat colony. Furthermore, rats, mice, and other pests may exploit the same holes and cracks that bats use to enter your home.

You can call us at any time of day or night. Weekends aren't for Indiana wildlife, and we don't either. Our business specializes in removing undesirable wildlife from homes, businesses, and attics. We serve the Fort Wayne, Indiana area. Call us right now to discuss your issue, get a quote, and set up an appointment.

Loose Squirrel Stuck Inside Home

Squirrel Removal, Raccoon Removal, Opossum Removal, Skunk Removal, Bat Removal, Dead Animal Removal, and more!


Varment Guard provides experienced wildlife control services to remove animals from your property in a humane manner.


Live-trapping, exclusion and prevention, wildlife repellent, structure damage repair, dead animal removal, cleanup services, odor control, and more are just some of the services available.

Health Concerns Related to Bats

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You may notice squirrels in your yard on a regular basis. If they have gained entry to your home, though, you are more likely to hear them before you see them. Scurrying/scampering feet overhead, generally from the attic, are the most common sounds. Squirrels love to consume wood framework, as well as drywall and wiring, so you might hear scratching and chewing noises. The attic is the most common place to look for squirrels in your home. Squirrels breed all year, but activity is highest in the winter and summer. Their litters usually have two to four babies who stay in the nest for about three months. Squirrels will look for holes in trees to live in for protection, but if none are available, they will look for a suitable hollow in a neighboring home. The most primary criticism about these rodents is their presence in your home.

Knowing which business to contact when you require wildlife removal in Ft. Wayne is simply the beginning. The next item on your to-do list is to learn more about the numerous critters you're likely to encounter in your area.


Varment Guard knows how to keep unwanted wildlife out of your home and yard in Indiana. Look no further if you need business or residential wildlife removal and exclusion services in the Fort Wayne, IN area. Varment Guard specializes in wildlife removal and prevention that is both environmentally friendly and humane.

Our over 30 years of experience at Varment Guard Wildlife Services has taught us that catching squirrels in your yard or around your home is not the best solution. There are plenty of squirrels in the area to take the place of the ones you captured. The best course of action is to focus on incarcerating those who have taken up residence in your home and preventing them from returning.

Why Do Skunks Dig?

Do you need squirrel removal services in Fort Wayne? Squirrels are loved by almost everyone. They are cute and, in many cases, friendly. Squirrels, on the other hand, can be a huge issue in an attic, resulting in a genuine disaster. Squirrels and rodents never stop gnawing because their teeth are always growing.


When they decide to eat electrical wires in a home or building, this becomes a significant problem. Rodent chewing is reported to be the cause of approximately 30,000 fires each year. Worse, many homeowner's insurance policies do not cover damage caused by squirrels or rodents.

Serving DeKalb County, Indiana and the surrounding areas