Newly Retired Law Enforcement Officer Opens Wildlife Management Office
Columbus, OH, March 01, 2012 --(PR.com)-- On March 1, 2011, Cyn Judd, a newly retired law enforcement officer and Marine Corp Veteran, is opening an A All Animal Control Office in Columbus.
Providing wildlife control service is nothing new to Cyn Judd, owner of A All Animal Control of Columbus. Judd has been a part of the AAAC family for over a year now as the owner of a successful AAAC office in Southeast Ohio. Judd is trained in the removal and control of a wide variety of species native to Ohio, including but not limited to, bats, squirrels, raccoons, snakes, and groundhogs in Dublin, Grove City, Hilliard, Pickerington, Reynoldsburg, Westerville, and nearby cities.
According to Judd, “As I approached my time for retirement from law enforcement, I started looking at joining A All Animal Control. I’ve always spent most of my free time outdoors and with wildlife. It seemed like a perfect fit.”
About A All Animal Control
A All Animal Control began in 1995 in Denver, Colorado and is the second largest wildlife management franchise system in the U.S. It currently has 36 locations in 24 states from coast to coast. A All Animal Control specializes in resolving residential and commercial wildlife conflicts. Not only are they capable of removing the wildlife, they can also follow through by deodorizing, cleaning up waste, repairing damage, and preventing potential future problems. They stand behind their work by offering a warranty on their repairs against animal re-entry and take pride in being prompt, professional, informative and courteous.
More information about A All Animal Control of Columbus can be found at www.aallanimalcontrol.com or by calling (614) 477-2630. A All Animal Control can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.