Wild pigs, wild hogs, wild boar, feral pigs as they are commonly known in the state of Florida are not a native animal species. They are believed to have been introduced into Florida as early as the 1500s by Spanish explorers.
Orlando Wild Hog Control
Because they are not native to Florida, wild hogs can be very destructive to your property. They root with their snouts to forage for food, in the process, they disturb the soil, and plant life and can leave an area looking like a plowed field after they have finished. Trying to stop feral hogs from entering your property is almost impossible.
If you have an issue with invasive wild pigs entering your property and destroying your lawn, your shrubs, hedges, or landscaping, Critter ControlÂ© of Orlando can help. Our wildlife management experts can trap wild hogs and remove them from your property, thus ending the destruction they cause to your yard and home.
It is very difficult to exterminate a wild hog group altogether, but Critter ControlÂ© of Orlando can help eliminate the threat and use methods to keep them from coming back. Please feel free to call us at 407-295-7194 to schedule your Free Home Inspection today. We even offer a 10% off animal control coupon on your initial service.
Wild pigs have been found in each one of 67 counties in Florida. So no matter whether you live in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Volusia, or Lake County the potential for a pig infestation exists. We have helped our neighbors in Orlando, Kissimmee, Sanford, Oviedo, Lake Mary, Clermont, Windermere, Bay Hill, Winter Park, and throughout Central Florida contain and control problems with feral pigs.
Wild hogs are extremely dangerous animals. They can be very large, weighing more than 150 pounds and growing to five or six feet long. Do not attempt to confront or control one of these animals on your own.