Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance
Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance was formed in 2009 to bring high quality, low cost spay/neuter services to Sumner County. For more information, please visit their web site: www.SumnerSpayNeuterAlliance.org or www.facebook.com/sumnerspayneuter.
Fast, Safe and Humane Removal of:
Skunks, Squirrels, Raccoons, Opossums,
Moles, Birds, Coyotes, Groundhogs, etc.
"Fully Licensed and Insured"
Contact Owner: John
This is an office phone where you can leave a message and John will call you back. (Most of the day, John is out trapping animals rather than sitting in the office answering the phone!)
1055 Franklin Road
Gallatin, TN 37066
For rates and services, please see: www.allpawswildlife.com
Wildlife Services, LLC
Professional and humane removal of nuisance wildlife from homes and property. Serving north Nashville, Springfield, and Portland, TN
1120 David Drive
Springfield, TN 37172
In the event you have a swarm of bees around your house, you might want to call a beekeeper.
Cook has been a beekeeper here in Portland for about five
years. He also catches bee swarms and does beehive removals from any
type structure. His information is:
Home: (615) 369-1361
Cell: (615) 429-8345
Kenneth Bennett at 615-969-7063 or e-mail email@example.com. Mr. Bennett is a professional beekeeper. Mr. Bennett sometimes is able to come to your home and trap the bees, removing them safely to both you and the bees.
There is now a third beekeeper in Portland, Frank Hughes. His home number is (615) 325-6570 and his cell number is (615) 519-0619.
Please note that killing honeybees is needless and irresponsible. Each year, in the United States, honeybees are becoming more and more scarce. Professional beekeepers spend countless hours and a lot of money keeping them alive to pollinate our food crops.
By the way, in case you are worried, there are no killer bees in Tennessee. It is unclear if they will ever travel this far north.
A mass of bees near a hole in a tree.