Dr. Critter offers top-notch wildlife removal services in Davenport, FL, for homeowners and businesses dealing with wildlife infestations. Our team of experts is equipped with the latest technology and tools to humanely remove wildlife from your property, and we specialize in removing all kinds of critters, from raccoons to snakes, bats, squirrels, and more. We are committed to providing our clients with quality services that are fast, efficient, and affordable, and we ensure that all our clients receive a personalized solution to meet their specific needs.
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We want to thank you for the good job done in removing critters from our attic and providing new insulation. It was work well done!
- Pete and Marie R., St. Augustine, FL
Davenport is a city in Polk County, Florida, United States. The population was 9,040 at the 2020 census. While the city of Davenport itself is very small, the area north of the city close to Interstate 4 and US 27 is experiencing explosive growth. It is part of the LakelandWinter Haven Metropolitan Statistical Area. The current mayor is H.B. "Rob" Robinson, who was appointed in February 2018. Per the City Charter, Mayor Robinson beat former Mayor Darlene Bradley capturing 69.8% of the vote in the municipal election in April 2019.
The settlement in the area now known as Davenport was established in 1838 when the US military set up Fort Davenport during the Second Seminole War, about 12 miles north of the present site of Davenport. The fort was one of a number built at 20 mile intervals along a trail from Fort Brooke to Fort Mellon. The fort only lasted a few years. The fort was named for Colonel William Davenport, who served as the local U.S. commander in the war. There is no known documentary evidence to support an alternative claim that the city was named for a railroad conductor.
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