Humane Animal Removal Techniques
Varmint Gone began offering wildlife removal services and wildlife damage repair in 1983. Over the years, we developed unique and permanent techniques to safely eliminate and remove squirrels and bats. Varmint Gone utilizes a one-way door system that allows the animals to leave your property humanly. We do not use kill traps or separate animal family members from each other unless absolutely necessary. Varmint Gone in able to provide long term results by completely sealing the unwanted animal out of your home or business. We are so confident with the quality of our work that we offer a five-year warranty with our exclusions!
Keith Lange | Wildlife Biologist & Wildlife Removal Specialist
Keith Lange’s experience with wildlife began early at the age of five by help managing his father’s Wildlife Preserve which raised Trophy Whitetail Deer and Roosevelt Elk. His father was also the local specialist who was called by local game officials and local residents to help hurt and orphaned large and small game animals. This included helping just about every kind of wild animal in Wisconsin over the years.
Keith Lange’s professional career began with large and small game trapping and nuisance wildlife removal in 1983. He decided to expand his education by attending the University of Wisconsin; majoring in Wildlife Biology and Chemistry and minoring in Environmental Law Enforcement. He worked summers with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. During this time he met Dick Thiel, a Wolf Trapper and Biologist for the DNR who introduced Keith to the trapping, tagging and collaring program of the Eastern Timber Wolves that had began to move into Northern Wisconsin from Minnesota and Canada. These procedures were needed to gain vital information regarding migration patterns and prevent diseases from killing the wolves in the area. During this time he gained extensive experience in all aspects of Federal and State Environmental regulations, Federal Trapping/Tagging procedures and specialized trapping techniques.
Keith soon after began his wildlife removal career at the State level with live trapping for nuisance black bears, beavers, muskrats and otters that were devastating fish populations from State commercial fish hatcheries throughout the United States. Soon his experience began expanding to include residential animal removal and repairs from snakes, bats, squirrels, raccoons, opossums, skunks, foxes, and even coyotes.
For over thirty years, Keith has provided an important service to his customers when their homes and property are being destroyed by these sometimes very destructive and potentially life threatening nuisance animals.