Raccoon Removal Blog

Raccoons get into your attic usually through chewing a hole or ripping off a vent or piece of siding. They crawl around in the inner workings of the house leaving all sorts of treats. But in this case its ticks with Lyme disease. They will infest your pets, and even you. Which is why you […]

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Raccoon Season in Ontario

Raccoons are mammals that are easily identified by the bandit mask print over their eyes. Their hind legs are long which makes them look hunched when they walk. They are very shy and will naturally retreat if they see a human but as their habitat encroaches upon they are getting more comfortable with the presence […]

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Raccoon Poop Removal​ and Cleaning

Raccoon latrines are one of the most dangerous things you can find on your property. You, your pets and your children are all put in danger by its presence. They are sess pits of disease and contain illnesses like: If you find a latrine that smells truly foul, it’s likely the raccoon is still using […]

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Can Raccoon Urine Make you Sick

Raccoon urine is as dangerous as feces and they usually come in a pair. If there is urine on your property your children will be the ones in the most dangerous as they roll around on the ground and come in frequent contact with the urine. The most important thing to do is to get […]

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What Does Raccoon Poop Look Like?

Sadly, the tapeworm can easily survive winter temperatures. It needs to be frozen solid for many days at -31F before the tapeworm will die. If inside a raccoon corpse or feces they can survive even colder temperatures. Disposing of a raccoon poop is no safer in the winter than it is in the heat of […]

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How do I Get Rid of a Raccoon Latrine

It’s one thing to get rid of a raccoon latrine, and another thing entirely to get rid of the raccoon. Let’s focus on the prior. Raccoons are relatively intelligent creatures. They know their poop is dangerous so they find a place to do their business and then vacate the area quickly. If you find a […]

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Are Raccoons dangerous to your pets?

Raccoon urine smells terrible. And if it gets on something you love, if you cant get rid of the smell you may have to throw it away or take it to the dump. So how do you clean raccoon urine? Can you use normal household cleaners or is something stronger needed? To sterilize the area […]

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Importance of Disinfection After Raccoon Feces Removal

Raccoons poop everywhere. They don’t think about it they just poop. They will do it on your roof, in your attic, on your porch, or under it. They will poop in your basement, on your driveway and if they could get them, they would poop on your bed. But once you finish shovelling it into […]

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Is Dried Raccoon Poop Dangerous?

Raccoon poop is very dangerous, even when dried. In fact, it may be even more dangerous. Raccoon Round Worm. Symptoms can include respiratory problems, nausea and a loss of balance! So, stay away from that poop unless you have a respirator and lab-quality goggles. The big danger here is when the poop dries out the […]

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Raccoon Damage to Homes

Raccoon feces in the attic is very, very bad. It seeps into your insulation and drips down your walls and through your ceiling. Cleaning it, if its a lot, can be a massive job that could include replacing insulation and even pulling out the drywall. But you have to handle raccoon poop removal quick, raccoon […]

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