Yes, you can get rabies from a dead raccoon but it is transmitted through the saliva so you would have to get some of that saliva in an open wound.
Rabies is still a dangerous disease that affects people around the world. Every day people are affected and die from this disease. One of the greatest threats of rabies is the raccoon. Call us for fast and expert raccoon removal Toronto: 647-557–7932
You can get rabies by interacting with an animal that already has it, it may not even need to bite you. So what can you do to protect your family from this threat? It’s pretty easy. Don’t go near raccoons. If you have one in your attic, call a professional to handle it. If raccoons are on your property regularly there is something you can do about it. And, of course, make sure to educate your children on the dangers of these furry disease carriers.
What is rabies? It’s a virus that affects the nervous system if unchecked the virus can reach your brain. This usually takes 8 weeks and the person will show no symptoms at this time. But when they do they will show increased aggression, seizures, abnormal behaviour and intense anxiety. Once these symptoms show up the victim is likely going to die.
That’s why it’s important to never touch a raccoon and to get help if you think they are encroaching on your property or worse if they have broken into your attic.
At Raccoon Control we can find how they got in, get the babies out, seal up the entrances and clean up the mess. We can even put down new insulation in your attic after we sterilize the place.
So, don’t take any chances, this is not a “do-it-yourself” job. What you need are the finest technicians, trained in every aspect of the dangers of raccoons, their lifestyle and their habits. With skill and grace, we will rid you of this dangerous and disgusting intruder, clean and sterilize whatever it leaves behind and ensure that its little bandit face never bothers you again!
With 2 year warranty on all our work, why wait, call us today!