Raccoon Removal Blog

Using Thermal Camera to Detect Raccoon in Attic

If you have a raccoon in your attic then you could be in serious danger. Raccoons are a vector species for rabies, which means they are one of the most common carriers of the disease. If they get into your attic there is a chance they could get into your home and interact with your […]

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Raccoons In Attic Health Risk

Raccoons are a very frustrating and dangerous infestation. They can break into your home with relative ease, especially if it is old and damaged and can wreak havoc on the inside. One of the largest dangers in having a raccoon in your home is the health risks. Raccoons are filled with viruses, bacteria and even […]

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Raccoons Getting More Agressive. 

Raccoons are defensive and territorial. They can have many reasons to be so. They protect their homes, their food and their children with a vengeance. They don’t need to act weird to be aggressive. They are an aggressive species who is more than happy to attack a human at any time because they don’t fear […]

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Raccoons and Public health

Raccoons and public health are a very important set of topics. Raccoons are an enormous threat to public health. They are a vector species for rabies which can be fatal in humans. They can give you raccoon roundworm which can be a horrifying illness that can lead to serious brain damage if not handled quickly […]

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Raccoon Invasion In Toronto Getting Worse

With the pandemic causing all people in major cities to hide inside the wildlife of the cities has found it safe to come out and play. Animals like raccoons have become a pest like no other and are infesting Toronto like its the COVID virus. If you want to get rid of the raccoons in your […]

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Is It Bad To See a Raccoon During the Day

Raccoons are nocturnal creatures that hunt during the night time. They do not like coming out during the day but they will for a number of reasons, not all of them related to rabies. A mother is constantly looking for food to give her milk to feed her young. She is likely desperate if you […]

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Infrared Imaging and Raccoon Entry Spot Detection

Raccoon infestations are a nightmare. They are filled with dangerous bacteria, viruses and even parasites that can all be passed to humans very easily. One of the greatest threats from raccoons is rabies, for which they are a vector species and raccoon ringworm which can actually be inhaled from raccoon feces both dry and wet. […]

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How Do I Get Rid of Raccoons Living Near My Home

Raccoons are a frustrating invader. They are always trying to get on to people’s property to break into the home or rummage through the person’s garbage. What is there to do when raccoons are living near your home and have nested somewhere, you don’t know yet, but definitely must find out. They come out and […]

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Detecting Raccoon Nest With Thermal Cameras

Raccoons love to invade human homes. It’s a great source of food and water as well as safety and warmth in the winter. A raccoon with new babies is especially likely to break into your home so they can raise their babies without the threat of larger animals and other male raccoons trying to kill […]

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