The initial call to the property was for feces removal and wildlife exclusion. Raccoon feces is very dangerous and many people are unaware of this danger. Raccoon feces contains a parasite that can affect humans. This parasite is called Raccoon Round Worm. It is a worm parasite that does not pass into your bowels like most worm parasites, nor does it appear under the skin on the body. This parasite enters the body through inhalation of dry raccoon feces particles and travels to your bloodstream through the permeable barrier of your lungs. It arrives in your brain, grows, and creates Alzheimer-like symptoms that are incurable and will result in brain death in a short time. This is why it is so important to call a professional for its removal.
The initial inspection of the property found raccoon feces on the roof and in the back yard. The quantity was limited to a few droppings and was removed and sterilized in both areas. Raccoons tend to defecate in high places away from their nests but are also willing to defecate in their nesting area. Roves of sheds are very common and so are house roves. The most common location is on a back deck as the surface is different from the ground and raccoons perceive that as being separate from where they live.
The initial measures taken by the technicians were to remove the raccoon feces while wearing a full face covering respirator. The technician will then spray a hospital-grade botanical chemical sterilizer on the area, this sterilizer is available domestically but commercial-grade versions are much stronger and capable of completely killing the raccoon roundworm spores. When completed the area is deodorized to eliminate any remaining smells.
In conclusion, the feces left by the animal was removed and exclusion of the property was set for the next day. The customer was pleased with the removal and has since not experienced any further raccoon latrines.