Get rid of raccoons in the yard

Having a raccoon infestation can be a real problem, and as charming as they might be, raccoons can do serious damage to your home. They can actually transmit disease, and God help you if your pet finds it and gets attacked. Raccoons are known to transmit rabies, putting your family’s and pet’s health at risk. Raccoon infestations can be dealt with by utilizing humane nuisance animal control. If you take action quickly, you can prevent serious damage to your home. This is what you have to think about raccoons, how to recognize an infestation, and how humane wildlife removal can assist you with removing raccoons in your yard.

Raccoon in a trap
Raccons in your yard can cause a huge mess

What to do when you find a raccoon infestation?

It’s not easy to tell if you have raccoons living around your home. Once in awhile, it’s merely chance that you end up getting one on your property. On the off chance that you figure you may have a problem, call AAAC Wildlife Removal and have us investigate. It will give you some peace of mind.

There are a few things you can do around your home to make it less friendly for raccoons and encourage them to relocate some other spot to make their homes.

The first thing is to trim all trees and branches that come into contact with your rooftop. If you have branches near the rooftop, cut them, regardless of how slender they get as they approach your rooftop. Raccoons are lithe and can jump on your rooftop with very little support.

Pruning ought to be done in the fall when raccoons are searching for spots to make their nests. As you’re managing your trees, you should likewise check your rooftop and look for any decaying wood, openings, or weak spots that the raccoons could slip through into your attic.

These tips won’t stop a raccoon infestation in its tracks, yet they could deter it and prevent it from getting out of control. Raccoons search for easy pickings when they need to make their nests. On the off chance that it’s challenging to get in or out of an expected entry hole, raccoons will most likely look for something better.

What you should not do under any circumstances is attempt to poison or kill a raccoon in your home. Poisons can be dangerous to your family. Your pets might get into it and become ill or even kick the bucket.

Kids are in danger of ingesting poison in large part because they have no idea what it is. If you get lucky and the raccoon eats the toxic substance, at that point, it could bite the dust someplace inside your walls and decay there. Then you are looking at a dead animal removal and decontamination job.

Shooting a raccoon can be similarly hazardous. You could hit another person accidentally or harm your home. No need to redo your drywall!

In light of everything, raccoons are generally pests, even if they are cute. It would help if you got them out of your home. However, you don’t have to murder them. What you need is humane wildlife removal from AAAC Wildlife Removal.

Steve Arbuckle

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