Raccoon Facts Guide.

How to Know If You Have Raccoons
Raccoons may look cute when viewed from a distance, but anyone who has had them in their house probably feels differently. If you give a raccoon any means to get into your attic, you can bet that you'll be calling about raccoon removal before too long.

Pest Control Tips: How to Prevent Raccoons From Taking Over Your Yard
Raccoons can be destructive. Once they decide to nest in your yard, shed, basement or attic, they are hard to get rid of. They will knock over trash cans, and spread the contents across your yard. Due to their nocturnal nature, their evening activities can disrupt sleep. Raccoons can be dangerous as well. They are aggressive enough to kill a small dog. They regularly pick fights with cats. In addition, they often steal pet food. Small children are tempted to pet them, an action that can result in a nasty bite wound. Raccoons have become so accustomed to living in urban environments that they are often considered to be more of a city-dweller than a wild animal. They often carry diseases and parasites.

Raccoons Are Seldom Seem, But Their Destructive Can be a Nuisance
When most people think of raccoons, they may have an image of a cute, furry, masked animal, not a trash-eating, home-invading nuisance whose sharp claws and human-like hands can be highly destructive Raccoon removal from attics is a common complaint called into pest control companies because females like to seek shelter when they are about to give birth, usually during February through May


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