Although they appear cute and cuddly on the outside, unfortunately, raccoons pose a considerable risk to human health and safety. These “mask wearing” little guys are often carriers of deadly diseases like rabies, roundworms, and leptospirosis and can be very aggressive when approached by humans. We offer raccoon trapping and relocating services to ensure the safety of not only you and your family but the safety of the animal as well.
Don’t let these adorable little creatures turn your nest into their nest! Although they don’t pose much danger to humans-aside from their potential to carry disease-the downside to a squirrel infestation creates a more significant threat to your home! Squirrels are mischievous little individuals that find their way into walls and attics, creating mayhem by ripping up insulation and chewing through wires. Not to mention, your home also becomes their bathroom and where they birth their young!
Aside from their stinky reputation, skunks may also be carriers of rabies and are known to attack and cause severe injury to small neighborhood pets. They may also become very territorial during mating season and act aggressively when cornered. To ensure the safety of your family and the animal, we provide humane trapping and relocating services.
These sharp-toothed little creatures are actually a valuable asset to the ecosystem; this makes humane trapping and relocating essential to our planet! Beavers don’t typically pose a direct threat to humans or pets; however, their natural instinct to chew and build can cause dangerous and unpredictable environments. This is because they can chew through wooden power line poles and trees close to homes, compromising their integrity and causing these structures to fall or even cause power outages.
Animal trapping through the utilization of “live traps” allows pest management companies to humanely trap and relocate animals away from residential and commercial properties and the back to wildlife habitats. This ensures the safety of both the general population and the safety of the animal. The trap is a small cage with an opening at either end. One side is propped open with a pressure-sensitive release, the enclosure is then baited, and when the animal steps into the trap to retrieve the bait, it then triggers the release to close the door behind it. This poses no threat or harm to the animal and allows a safe method of trapping and relocation for pest management experts.
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