Category: Raccoon Removal Tips

Raccoon and food from green bin

Raccoons are a serious problem in most Canadian neighborhoods. Many families wake up to the horror of their garbage cans being tipped over and contents sprawled all over their lawns. It’s a frustrating and annoying experience especially if you have to deal with it more than once.  Early 2018, the city of Toronto unveiled its […]

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At Raccoon Control, we are often asked by our clients how to get rid of raccoons in the chimney. It’s our job to get rid of raccoons from your property, and this is one of the cases we often deal with. In most cases, when a raccoon gets into your home chimney, the owner will be able […]

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Baby Raccoon - What you Need to Know

Raccoons just like most mammals are excellent mothers; they take good care of their young ones. When raccoon babies are born, they stay in the nest while the adult female raccoons go out to forage for food to help it produce enough milk to feed its young. After about 12 weeks of nursing, the baby […]

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Keep Raccoons Away in Mississauga

How to get rid of raccoons from your attic When it comes to getting rid of raccoons in your attic, its vital that you and your family remain safe. Raccoons are very aggressive and violent creatures, if in panic or provoked, they could bite. Raccoon bites are known to carry rabies. Calling animal control is […]

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Raccoons appear quite harmless in their natural habitat. On your property, they will lay waste on your garden at night, leaving you to deal with an unruly yard in the morning. These creatures will knock over garbage cans, destroy plants and flowers and dig holes as part of their hunting experience. Raccoons are wild animals […]

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Can Raccoons Eat Mice

The temptation for many people when they see a raccoon is to feed it, chase it away or attempt to trap it. Raccoons are wild animals after all so the potential for aggression and attack is always there. This goes doubly for new mothers protecting their litter or for rabid raccoons. You should not approach […]

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It is not uncommon to find a baby raccoon in Toronto alone in the park, under the deck or in the yard. The first thought is the animal is orphaned and this is sometimes true. Most times however, the baby has simply strayed from its mother. Raccoons typically do not become nocturnal until after the […]

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Raccoons often live in urban areas, which is why it is common for them to invade your home. Your home is particularly appealing if you have a chimney. Chimneys are similar to big, hollow trees in that they provide a safe place where raccoons can create a nest and live. Unfortunately, having one in your […]

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Raccoons are destructive creatures to have around your home. They will destroy roof vents trying to gain access to the attic, eat your pet’s food if it’s outside, tip over garbage cans, destroy your garden and potted plants and even poop on your property. Your urgency to rid these animals from near your home is […]

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