When we say diggers, we refer to any outside
underground animal. These animals create their homes by
digging. Some diggers, such as gophers, can create
anywhere from 10-30 mounds of dirt a month with no visible
holes or entrances. Such mounds and underground hollows can break legs and
bring harm when stepped
on or into by other animals, livestock or people.
Diggers are a menace to lawns
and vegetation. They leave trails, mounds
of dirt, holes, and destroyed root systems. When they dig their tunnels next
to or underneath a building or structure, they can seriously weaken the strength
of it. They disrupt and break underground utility pipes and cables.
Fortunately these animals can be controlled and
Call us to find out how at 1-888-488-1415.
Diggers: Gophers, Voles, Muskrats,
Moles, Prairie dogs, Ground Hogs, Armadillos