Lansing Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Lansing

We are Lansing Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Lansing, MI. Experience is one of the most important features when it comes to dealing with an animal problem, as knowing the habits of different species gives you a greater insight into how to catch them! Having been established in the city for over a decade, we have the experience to help whatever your animal problem, and our team of agents are ready to help whenever you need them. We can offer advice on the first steps you can take and also give an indication of cost on your first call, and our team of animal removal experts are usually available to visit your property very quickly. We specialize in helping people who have wild animal problems in their home, and all our team have the latest equipment so we can work efficiently around new and period homes alike. Our team are also happy to talk you through the steps they are taking, because giving you peace of mind is a key part of the service. We take pride in the work and can also carry out the repairs to any damage caused by the animals, and also sanitize the areas where the animals have been present, to minimize the chances of any diseases being passed on by the droppings left by the animals. Call us now at 517-301-6505 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Lansing and Our Services:

We answer our phones 24/7.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

We never use poisons! We don't handle insects.

Fully Michigan licensed and insured.

Poison-free Lansing rodent control - rats and mice.

Lansing raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Complete removal of squirrels in the attic

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Call us any time to discuss your wildlife problem!

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Mason, Williamston, Meridian charter Township, Delhi charter Township, Dansville, Stockbridge, Webberville, Leslie, Edgemont Park, and more.

Lansing Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Things to Do When Bitten by Rat

Before we discuss the things that you need to do when you’ve been bitten by a rat, remember that the best thing to do is to remain safe when the rat is close to you. We discourage you from approaching or interacting with the wild rat. If you have an infestation, allow the professionals to handle the problem. While the rats will fear human, it does not mean that they can’t retaliate when they are coerced or threatened. The rats can scratch or bite if they have been mishandled or if they are afraid.

First Aid Procedure on Lansing Rat Bites
Attempting to capture the rats without the equipment and knowledge may lead to rat bites. If you have been bitten by a rat certain first aid procedure will reduce the likelihood that an infection will occur. Here are some of the things that you need to do.

You need to control the bleeding of the wound. You should also clean the wound using a warm water and a soap with disinfectant. Rinse the wound in a running water to ensure that all the soap residue will be removed. Residue left by the soap may lead to irritation.

You should also cover the wound with a dry and clean gauze. Place some antibiotic on your wound before covering it. Remember that the bite of the rat will usually end with a bacterial infection. In case the wound is in your finger, it is advisable to remove all the rings before disinfecting the wound. Once the finger swells, it may be difficult for you to remove your rings.

You need to remain alert on the symptoms of the infections. Some of the signs of infection will include weeping pus, swelling, heat, and redness.

In case you are only providing first aid to a person bitten by a rat, wear the right protective gears to remain safe from secondary infection.

How to Treat the Bite of the Rat
The bite of the Lansing rat will need a treatment from the medical professional to guarantee that the wound will be healed completely. If left untreated, this can lead to a serious case. The doctor may prescribe different medications such as doxycycline, Erythromycin, Penicillin, and Amoxicillin.

When to See the Doctor
You need to consult the doctor after you have been bitten by a Michigan rat. The doctor may administer a tetanus vaccine, or you may have to go through some minor surgery or stitches. The wounds acquired on your hands and face should be treated as a major concern. Due to the possibility of scarring and effect on function, it should always be diagnosed by the doctor.

When you acquired a bite from an animal, there is always a risk that it will lead to an infection. Rat may also transfer diseases through their bite such as rabies and rat bite fever. If you want to remain safe from these health risks, you need to seek the assistance of the medical professionals immediately.