Skunk Removal & Control Services

Southwest Colorado Local Animal Control

skunk problem mancos coloradoSkunks!

Skunks are considered to be a nuisance animal in the Southwest Colorado region. Why?

Well, you guessed it… the smell!

The odor that these animals produce can be incredibly difficult to tolerate, especially when you have them living on your property. 

Skunks can also be found in places other than the yard. Attics or crawl spaces of homes provide excellent shelter for the skunk, but can lead to a very stinky evening for you!

Southwest Colorado Residents: Get a Free Quote for Skunk Removal and Control

Skunk Problems in Colorado


Are you dealing with a skunk problem on your property in Southwest Colorado? If so, we can help!

As your skunk removal professionals, San Juan Wildlife offers trapping services for these pesky friends that are safe and humane. Whether it is a commercial or residential property, we can take care of the skunk issue quickly and effectively.

If you have any questions or need immediate assistance with a skunk issue, do not hesitate to reach out to us. Our Wildlife Specialists will be happy to help. 


We provide animal control and removal services in the following areas:

Allison, Arboles, Bayfield, Cahone, Cortez, Dolores, Dove Creek Durango, Fort Lewis, Gem Village, Hermosa, Hesperus, Ignacio, Mancos, Marvel, Mesa Verde, Pagosa Springs, Pleasant View, Rico, Silverton, Towaoc, Vallecito, Yellow Jacket.

Check Out What Our Clients Are Saying
“Tom Hayes was the upmost of professional, humane, expedient, and reasonably priced. We were amazed at how quickly Tom responded to our request to eradicate skunks from under a shed on our property. Since the shed is close to our house, we were incredibly concerned about how the trapping would go. Tom has a gift in working with animals. We would absolutely recommend him to anyone with a critter issue.”


“Tom is wonderful to work with and super knowledgeable about the best, most efficient, and most importantly HUMANE ways to remove unwanted critters from your property.”

Sean Moriarty