Armadillo Removal

How Do I know If I Have An Armadillo Problem?

  • Armadillos dig large holes that can be up to 3 inches deep and 5 inches across. They dig holes in the search for worms and other insects. At times it can appear that the landscape has been peeled away from the surface.

  • You may find holes armadillos have dug around your house, surrounding your house, or under your driveway or deck.


Why Armadillos Are A Problem?

Armadillos dig holes which in return can cause major damage to the landscape surrounding your home.

Armadillos can ruin your gardens by their excessive digging.


How Do I Get Rid Of An Armadillo?

We spray a special humane substance on and around your yard to prevent the armadillo from coming back to tear up your yard.

If you want guaranteed armadillo removal, call Wildlife Express today.  972-972-9996

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Quick Facts

  • Lifespan is 7-10 years 

  • Diet consists of insects

  • Nocturnal

  • Spend most of their lives sleeping

  • Excellent at digging

  • Covered in natural armour

  • 21 species of armadillo

  • Unsociable creatures

  • Can be pink, black, red, gray, or yellow

  • Extremely developed sense of smell

  • Often destroy lawns searching for grub

Learn More About Armadillos

Armadillos are New World placental mammals in the order Cingulata with a leathery armor shell. The Chlamyphoridae and Dasypodidae are the only surviving families in the order, which is part of the superorder Xenarthra, along with the anteaters and sloths. The word armadillo means “little armored one” in Spanish. The Aztecs called them Nahuatl for “turtle-rabbit”. The Portuguese word for “armadillo” is tatu which derives from the Tupi language. Similar names are also found in other, especially European, languages.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armadillo