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Raccoon Infestation: They Get Active in the Spring

If you live in North America and are somewhat close to wooded areas with trees, water, and vegetation, you have the potential for a raccoon infestation. Why only somewhat close? Raccoons will actually travel up to 18 miles foraging for food! If you don’t live in the area described above, no worries! You’re still at Read More

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Are Raccoons Dangerous? 11 Questions To Get The Facts About Raccoons

“Able to cause harm or death, likely to cause problems or have adverse consequences.” This is the definition of “dangerous” as found in the dictionary. Do raccoons fit this definition? Are raccoons dangerous? The first part of the above definition is pretty drastic. To say that raccoons can cause death is probably not fair to Read More

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How Dangerous Are Raccoon Feces?

If you have seen or heard raccoons scampering around your home at night, chances are you have a good amount of raccoon droppings on your property. Raccoon droppings might, at first, seem like nothing more than a nuisance for you as a homeowner. But can raccoon droppings actually be dangerous? How to Identify Raccoon Feces Read More

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Are Raccoon Droppings Dangerous?

Raccoon droppings are gross, but are they also dangerous? The world famous artist Leonardo Da Vinci once said: “The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.” When we base our actions on our opinions instead of on proper knowledge, the consequences can be tragic. OK, this is a good quote and nice advice, Read More

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What Problems do Raccoons Create?

Raccoons may seem cute to view from afar, but when they are causing your property harm, it’s a different story. Raccoons are highly intelligent animals, and like any other wild animal, they are led by instinct. Therefore, raccoons can be found foraging for food, water, and dens, anywhere available, and that means inside your home. Read More