Total Animal Control in Cartersville, Georgia

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Total Animal Control


1575 US HWY 411 Cartersville, Georgia, 30121

(770) 250-0400

Total Animal Control is a business providing services in the field of Animal Rescue & Relocation Services. The business is located in Cartersville, Georgia, United States. Their telephone number is 1 (770) 250-0400.

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Hours of Operation:
Monday :24 Hours
Tuesday :24 Hours
Wednesday :24 Hours
Thursday :24 Hours
Friday :24 Hours
Saturday :24 Hours
Sunday :24 Hours
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Helpful Tip for: Animal Rescue & Relocation Services

These services, available in Cartersville, are for rescuing and relocating both pets and native wild animals. For animals such as dogs and cats, adoptions by willing families may be arranged. For native wildlife, such as snakes, possums and rodents, these services remove and relocate them to an area where they would not be disturbed. Usually, if an animal is injured, the service extends to treating them before relocating them. This service can also be used when dangerous animals are spotted, so that they can be removed rather than killed. These services need a license to operate.

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