Do raccoons travel in packs

Do Raccoons Travel In Packs?

Raccoons are very solitary creatures. After the males’ mate with multiple females they abandon them and search out other babies from other fathers to kill to make their children have a greater chance of survival. This makes most males unlikely to hang around each other very much. Females are also solitary but will raise their children and protect them until they are ready to leave the nest and go off on their own. The mother will then go get pregnant again and have another litter and the cycle of life goes on and on. If you want to get rid of the raccoons in your home, contact Raccoon Removal Toronto  to solve your raccoon problem!

Raccoons being solitary creatures tends to be a good thing as when you get a raccoon infestation on your property or in your home it will normally be one male, one female or one female with babies that can not fend for themselves for most of their upbringing. This makes it easier to get rid of them but also makes it dangerous if another male enters the den of a male living in your attic. They will fight and there will be a lot of blood and likely a dead raccoon in your attic that the raccoon who now owns the den will not bother to remove. It will simply continue using the den and pooping everywhere and urinating everywhere and causing your family innumerable health problems. 

So if you have a raccoon problem then the best thing to do is to call the professionals. At Raccoon Control we can handle your raccoon problem with ease. We can have that raccoon out of your home safely and humanely and without harming any babies. Our technician will first do an inspection of the property to find entry points and then locate the main entry point. They will then do an internal attic inspection for babies and remove them. He will then attach a one-way door that allows the raccoon to leave but prevents it from getting back in. This all takes less than a week to get rid of your raccoon! So call now!