Animal Capture Wildlife Control On Dirty Jobs on Discovery “Animal Control Specialist” September 6th @ 7pm and 11pm

Posted on September 4, 2010 by Animal Capture
dirty jobs pic Animal Capture Wildlife Control On Dirty Jobs on Discovery Animal Control Specialist September 6th @ 7pm and 11pm
dirty jobs pic Animal Capture Wildlife Control On Dirty Jobs on Discovery Animal Control Specialist September 6th @ 7pm and 11pmCheck out Animal Capture Wildlife Control on “Dirty Jobs” on Discovery Sept. 6 at 7 pm…Watch Mike Rowe get sprayed by skunks!!! pix at animalcapturewildlifecontrol.com. On Janurary 5, 2010 Jeremy from Animal Capture Wildlife Control appeared on Dirty Jobs on the Discovery channel. Animal Capture Wildlife Control was on there to do skunk removal, raccoon removal, opossum removal, and dead animal removal.

The first home on the show we removed a dead skunk from under the home. The smell was intense and the skunk was covered in maggots. Then we also trapped a skunk that was removed from the under floor. It sprayed us many times. The homes under floor was sealed up and the skunk was released. The next place we did was an apartment building in West Hollywood. This place was crawling with animals. We removed a skunk, raccoon, opossum, and many dead animal carcasses. We went under the building to do an inspection to see where the animals were going in and out, see if any damage was done, and see if we found any more animals. We sealed up the building and released the animals. It was a great expierence working with Mike Rowe. I get many questions about Mike Rowe, but the number one question “is Mike a nice guy and the same as he is on tv?” The answer is yes. He is such a nice guy and down to earth. He is very whitty and always having a good time. Him and his crew are a great bunch of guys. They are always pulling pranks on eachother. If you would like to see Animal Capture Wildlife Control on Dirty Jobs click link Animal Capture Wildlife Control on Dirty Jobs click link http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/dirty-jobs-animal-control/


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