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WHO WE ARE
Proactive, prompt and professional services.
At Innovative Wildlife Solutions Inc. we’re pretty passionate about serving our customers and are always striving to find new ways to provide Humane wildlife services. We recognize that having wildlife in your home can be an unsettling and stressful time. With 20 years of industry experience, we work with our customers to develop a comprehensive, yet affordable plan to eliminate animals from their home. We are locally owned and provide service to Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and the surrounding Townships. Additionally, we are pleased to also offer service in to our neighbours in the Guelph-Wellington area and Stratford region.
Our innovative multi point home inspection will not only ensure that current areas of animal activity are identified but also areas of the home that might be vulnerable in the future. Our approach is to educate and inform, not to pressure you into a sale.
As a company, we value and respect our customers and we don’t stop until you’re satisfied. It would be our privilege to discuss your wildlife issues and provide a complimentary inspection.
A little about our founder, MARK ROUBLE.
Mark has had a lifelong passion for wildlife and spent much of his childhood and youth in the outdoors of the Ottawa Valley. This interest led him to the University of Guelph where he graduated with an honours degree in Environmental Science with a major in Natural Resources Management. He began his wildlife career in 1998 and since then has worked in management and co-owned other firms. Recently his dream was realized when he started his own incorporated firm. With the support of his wife and family he launched Innovative Wildlife Solutions Inc. in 2017.
In Mark’s spare time, he enjoys balancing work by golfing with his son, boating, hiking in the outdoors with his family and dog as well as volunteering with a variety of sports groups in his community. He also challenged himself by running his first Half Marathon in the fall of 2017.