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I thoroughly enjoy your work and appreciate the unbiased reviews you do for NADCA's Probe publication. We want our managers to know what is going on, and have even made sure every one of our offices get WCT to keep on top of the industry. Please keep up the great work.
Kevin D. Clark
Critter Control, Inc.
Good news! I haven't seen or heard a single squirrel in our attic or on our roof in weeks. This is usually the time of year when they are actively seeking shelter in our attic. I'm glad I found your web site. The guide was very helpful. I used the newspapers to be sure there was no activity. Then I plugged all the access holes, four in all. Ever since then, they appear to be discouraged from invading our home. Thanks a million! I realize they may be gone temporarily. I'll be ready for them if they ever come back.
Thanks again, J. D.
thanks! Mary Ellen
Thanks for your help. I appreciate you honesty.Ann
Thank you for responding so quickly. I will pass along your advice. Pesazi
Thank you, Cindy C.
Great website !! I am
a former trapper and I can relate very well to everything presented here.
I am currently doing a project for Umass (campus deleted to protect
the writer) on the current beaver damage resulting from the passage of Question
1. Any other relative information or links you have would be greatly
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