Raccoon Removal Blog

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 […]

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Do raccoons eat mice

Raccoons eat a lot of different things. They are omnivores and will eat animals and insects much smaller than them. A raccoon may also try to eat birds that have fallen on the ground or bird eggs or baby birds they find in nests. They will eat whatever they find and they have no issue […]

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Do Raccoons Carry Fleas?

Raccoons carry a plethora of bacteria, viruses and parasites. They can carry ticks, rabies and their feces can make you very sick with all kinds of illness. They also can carry fleas. These fleas can get on your pets and even you and spread illness in their wake by feeding on the raccoon and then […]

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danger of leptospirosis in raccoon feces and urine

Raccoon poop and urine are very dangerous. Simply touching it or inhaling the spores from it can make you very sick. They carry diseases that can be transmitted to you, your children and even your pets, which can then transmit between each other. If you have them on your property or in your home you […]

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what is zombie raccoon?

RAn Ohio town was inundated with raccoons walking on their hind legs angrily swaggering around. Being that raccoons are nocturnal it is very strange that they are doing this in the day time. It is clear something strange is happening to the raccoon community in North America. If you want to get rid of the raccoons […]

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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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