Tyler TX Volunteer Firefighter Opens Wildlife Control Business
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Tyler TX Volunteer Firefighter Opens Wildlife Control Business

Twelve-year volunteer firefighter opens Wildlife Control business in Tyler, TX to control armadillos, gophers, raccoons, skunks, snakes, bat, and squirrels that are causing problems.

Tyler, TX, May 01, 2013 - (PR.com) - On April 15, 2013, volunteer firefighter Brian Hillyard celebrated the opening of his Tyler, TX wildlife control and removal business.

Controlling wildlife is nothing new to Hillyard, owner of A All Animal Control of Tyler, TX. He has been trapping nuisance wildlife since the age of 10 in North Dakota, where it was a necessary part of farming life.

"I've been in TX for nine years now and have learned the environment here that allows animals to thrive. This causes more human interaction and conflict with wildlife, and I'm proud to be able to help people with any and all wildlife issues they may have," Hillyard said.

Hillyard is trained in the control and removal of a wide range of species inhabiting Tyler, Longview, Gladewater, Athens, Canton, and nearby cities. This includes armadillos, gophers, raccoons, skunks, snakes, and squirrels that occasionally make their homes in unexpected and inconvenient places, such as in attics and crawlspaces.

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 38 locations, servicing 22 states from coast to coast. A All Animal Control specializes in resolving residential and commercial wildlife conflicts and Handyman Services. Not only do they remove the wildlife, they can also follow through by deodorizing, cleaning up waste, repairing damage caused by wildlife, 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 Tyler, TX can be found at www.aallanimalcontrol.com or by calling 903-489-8134. A All Animal Control can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.


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