Clay County Animal Removal Services
Quick Catch offers Animal Removal, Trapping and Prevention Services to Clay County
Clay County residents and business professionals, trust the crew of Quick Catch with wild animal services from Catching and Trapping to Proofing and Removing. Quick Catch also offers clean up after an animal invasion. If you need Clay County Animal Removal professionals, contact Quick Catch at (904) 859-6585.
Areas of Clay County:
- Asbury Lake
- Green Cove Springs
- Holly Point
- Keystone Heights
- Laurel Grove
- Meadowbrook Terrace
- Orange Park
- Penney Farms
How Clay County Came to Be:
Situated in Northeast Florida, Clay County lies southwest of the City of Jacksonville and west of historic St. Augustine. Clay County’s entire eastern border is nestled along the banks of the scenic St. Johns River and miles of undeveloped woodlands dot our interior.
The open lands of Clay County make it common for animals to find their way into people’s homes and living spaces. While it may feel like the animals are intruding on us, we’ve actually intruded on them first. Regardless, in many cases when animals come into our living spaces, this can cause dangerous living conditions and the situation should be remedied.
Quick Catch Animal Removal Testimonial:
With regard to the “blind man” review: It was my uncle and yes, he is blind. What his roommate did not say was – Quick Catch completely worked with my Uncle L and my family to resolve this issue. Ryan was quick to respond to our inquiry and very quick to resolve the issue and miscommunication. My family and my Uncle L sincerely appreciate his efforts to remove the armadillo and his prompt response when we had questions regarding Quick Catch’s services. He is an individual of integrity and high moral standards and he does a great job removing nuisance wildlife. We highly recommend him and his company. – Gwen Baker
A Bit of Clay County History:
Clay County was created on December 31, 1858, from a section of Duval County. Its name is in honor of Henry Clay,a famous American statesman, member of the United States Senate.
Clay County was once a popular destination for tourists visiting from the northern states. The therapeutic, warm springs and mild climate were major draws for visitors. Steamboats brought them to various hotels in Green Cove Springs – the St. Elmo, Clarendon and the Oakland.
Clay County is also a popular choice of residence for military personnel stationed on bases in nearby Duval County (NAS Jacksonville, NS Mayport, and, before it closed, NAS Cecil Field).
Clay County Resourceful Links:
- Emergency Management
- Fire Rescue
- Public Safety
- Clay County Animal Control
- Clay County Humane Society
Animal Removal Service Area Zip Codes:
If you live in Clay County or operate business in the Clay County area and experience issues with Wildlife or Animals and need of professional wildlife removal services contact Quick Catch at (904) 859-6585.
If you don’t live in Clay County and live in North Florida, be sure to check our other listed service areas of North Florida or contact us for more information.