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Attic Sanitation

Attic sanitation is as important as keeping things clean around the house. If you allow sanitation to lag, someone could get sick. You might be wondering how an attic could possibly get dirty right? Raccoons, birds, bats, squirrels,  and rats are five words to ponder. They all love attic spaces of homes to raise there young,  and they all poop and pee all over your insulation. This may not sound so bad, since hardly anyone goes in there attic in the first place, but theres more to it so please follow me for a moment.

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Baby Raccoons are now mobile and this is when the problems begin, so don’t wait call now!

Wildlife Animals are different than dogs and cats, in that  the wild animal has not been de wormed. You may wonder how that would be a concern to you, as it affects the animal. But the eggs of the worms which are called spores, are passed from animal to animal through the digestive tract, and are left behind in the droppings. There the feces will dry, and begin to break down. The spores remain patiently waiting a mild disturbance, to become airborne, or to be carried to a host by another vehicle, such as a rat or even flies. The spores have the ability to stick to a vehicle. The vehicle goes into your living space delivering spores to the new host, where it will start its life cycle. Intestinal parasites such as tapeworm, pinworm, roundworm, ringworm, can all be contracted by humans, through spores left in animal feces.

Symptoms of raccoon roundworm and the rest is the black poop left behind by skunks, raccoons, coyotes, and rats. Black animal poop is showing the presence of blood in the feces, which is why animal poop looks different than human poop. If you find animal dropping in your lawn, you can remove it by using a pooper scooper, and be sure to put it in a plastic bag. Bleach will kill most spores so be sure to clean the pooper scooper afterword with water and antibacterial soap and bleach.

Wildlife control is controling the animal problem, and the problems brought with having it. Skunk control is more than getting rid of a skunk. We also get rid of the skunk odor, and then cleaning up the skunk poop under the house, thereby lessening the risk of the spores affecting humans. Or getting a raccoon or rat or bat infestation out of an attic, and then removing the contaminated insulation, disinfecting the attic, cleaning the wood, and releasing with new insulation. Feces of wildlife can change your life and your health, so an attic inspection with a recomendation to restore attic space to a sanitary condition should be followed. Wildlife removal should always be followed up with an animal damage report.

Signs and symptoms of roundworms, tapeworms, or pinworms, in children or adults may be mild or obvious. In many cases, a person may be less tollarant  than usual and complain that they are not hungry,  or throwing up. Or just the opposite, many children seem incessantly restless and complain that they can’t sleep. Drastically loosing weight, or not being able to gain weight also are key indicators in diagnosing roundworms, as are abdominal discomfort and diarrhea. In some cases, roundworms can be seen in the stool or even in a child’s bed. Depending on the type of worm, blood may be found in the stool, and people may experience coughs, shortness of breath, and hard to breathe, blurry vision, low iron  and swollen glands.

Pest animal control is much more than setting a cage trap and removing a squirrel or raccoon. We modify habitat so your chances of a pest animal is highly unlikely. Yes, we do want to remove the animal from the area, but we also want to close the hole that let the animal inside the home. And who is to say that the next raccoon, bat, squirrel or skunk wont want to do the same thing? We want to make your property less of a home to the next pest animal passing by so he just keeps on looking. We take away food, educate the client on what he or she can do to reduce the chances of ever again needing pest animal control.

Wildlife pest control  is a form of organic pest control because we use no poisions what so ever. We use netting, bird spikes, trapping, or une way doors to get animals off, and out, of buildings. We also use habitat modifications. Such as trimming trees that may have allowed the wildlife to access the area they damaged. Or building a better fence to keep wildlife from entering a property. This doesn’t rule out lethal wildlife pest control. We just save that as the most agressive resolution to wildlife pest control problems.

Ringworm treatment

In the scalp this infection can cause many issues not least of all that it can cause hair loss, something that many people can be embarrassed about. They get small bald patches around the affected area which can then be seen as red in color, becoming crusty  and definately does need the help of a doctor to eliminate all traces of the organism and to make sure that it is prevented from coming back.

Sharing a hair brush or comb will help spread this skin paracite while bedding and public resting places can also result in the infection of ringworm so if you or your child has had or has this condition then you need to thoroughly wash any bedding and discard any combs or brushes that have been used by the person.

Mouse droppings: are different from rat droppings in that they are smaller, thats about it. Bat droppings can be distinguished by the fact that the bat droppings fall apart easily from lack of fiber in the animals diet. There is also a shine to a bat dropping because of bug wings and exoskelitons.

Pest control squirrel traps are usually humane. The pest squirrel has entered your attic in some area and must be controlled. That doesnt mean we need to use squirrel poision, or anything that kills squirrels.Most times we can humanely remove squirrels with one way devices, or humane traps. But as a final option, we will use lethal traps or even shoot squirrels at a property where pest squirrels are damaging property.

Skunk repellant dosent exist. There is no spray to get rid of skunks, but we use humane traps sort of like have a heart traps, but more heavy duty so raccoons dont break them. They are designed to trap raccoons, which are much stronger than a skunk.

Roundworm information : If the roundworm infestation is only a mild one then there will be few visable symptoms. There is the likelyhood of off and on abdominal pain and “flu like” symptoms. Coughing and labored breathing could occur when the roundworm larvae migrates to the lung. Severe roundworm problems can result in vomiting, restlessness, sleep disturbances and blockage of the intestine resulting in terrable stomach pain. The large size of roundworms means that they can actually block the intestinal tract with their bodies.

A worse infestation of roundworms can cause pneumonia. This would happen long before the roundworm larvae get to the intestine and so would be difficult to diagnose. The migration of the roundworm larvae through the blood vessels of the lung can cause bleeding. There can also be a painfull response accompanied by oedema, which is the swelling caused by an excessive retention of serous fluid in muscles. “Ascaris pneumonia” can result, a potentially fatal caused by the accumulation of fluids in the lungs.

Bat repellants, Im not sure who came up with the idea of a sonic noise maker, or flashy lights, or way back when people used moth balls and ammonia, but I use exclusion devices that work. None of the devices i just mentioned do any more than give you high hopes, and a let down at the end of the day. Anything you can get to uproot a colony of bats and get them to leave will have you leaving first. Animals are used to noise and attacks from predators in there roost.

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Wildlife Control offices in the following areas can help you with your attic sanitation!

Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, Sacramento

Issues covered in this article are

attic, clean, poop, droppings, feces, roundworm, ringworm, roundworms, tapeworm, black feces, roundworm treatment, roundworm symptoms, skunk control, roundworm pictures, how to poop, poop pictures, house insulation, animal feces, wildlife control, roundworm human, raccoon removal, animal poop, raccoon roundworm, squirrel removal, faeces, black poop, pinworm, pooper scooper, cleaning tips, poop report, bat repellent, pictures of poop, roundworm information, skunk repellent, pest control squirrel, mouse droppings, squirrel removal from attic, ringworm treatment, groundhog removal, roundworm facts, wildlife pest control, dog roundworm, pest animal control, animal droppings, wildlife removal, human feces, getting rid of skunks

Attic sanitation is as important as keeping things clean around the house. If you allow sanitation to lag, someone could get sick. You might be wondering how an attic could possibly get dirty right? Raccoons, birds, bats, squirrels,  and rats are five words to ponder. This is a health hazard that needs to be taken seriously! We are here seven days a week to help you with this problem. We service ALL CITIES of Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego counties. Call today! 800-714-8727

Bird Control in Los Angeles get rid of bird spikes – mess clean up

Bird Control in Los Angeles is hard work. Keeping a bird from roosting at a certain spot, or a roof line, a person must think like a bird. Bird mess clean up is also something we do! We install bird spikes, netting, or other deterrents to get rid of birds.

 

 

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Baby Birds are mobile, now is the time to get their nests removed!

I have seen gas stations with so much Bird poop in the top of the canopy, that its a wonder it didn’t fall in and kill someone! But in Los Angeles we usually think – out of sight, out of mind right? Until it really does fall on some body.

Swallows are a problem in Los Angeles too, as beautiful as they are, we cant let them live on our homes or we are asking for trouble for sure. They carry mites, like fleas which can feed on people too. They are like small red dots and move slowly, it almost looks like dust, but if you watch closely, they move!

Bird spikes are installed by a professional to keep Birds from roosting in a certain spot. If there is too much area to cover, we should maybe use a different deterrent. And I’m not talking about a plastic Owl either. Those things are sort of a joke in the wildlife industry, because they don’t work, and Birds actually roost on top of them!

Bird poop on sidewalks can be no big deal to some, but when it piles up so high that people can trip over it…… now thats getting out of control, and the situation should be rectified. Owls sometimes eat small animals on roof tops and drop the remains of the prey in plain view of the people who live there. Now that’s ugly!

Commercial Bird work is tough stuff. There is a power plant in Los Angeles with dead Pigeons all over, and they need to shut down the plant every four months to clean it up, and clean the Pigeon poop up. That costs millions of dollars each year. There are pipes everywhere coming out of the building, and all of them need a custom zipper installed. We need to use netting material which will withstand the bright southern California sun in order to remain effective in stopping Birds. The ultra violet rays can weaken the net and make it easy to break.

Bird Control in Los Angeles is hard work. Keeping a Bird from roosting at a certain spot, or a roof line, a person must think like a bird. Bird mess clean up is also something we do! We install Bird spikes, netting, or other deterrents to get rid of Birds. Call us today we are open seven days a week! We have offices in Long beach, Palos Verdes, Anaheim, Beverly Hills, Hollywood and Torrance.

We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals.

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We Service the following areas of Los Angeles County:

Acton, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Agua Dulce, Alhambra, Alla, Alondra Park, Alsace, Altadena, Antelope Acres, Antelope Center, Arcadia, Artesia, Athens, Atwater, Aurant, Avalon, Avalon Village, Avocado Heights, Azusa, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Park, Bandini, Bartolo, Bassett, Bel Air, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Belmont Shore, Belvedere Gardens, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Big Pines, Big Rock Springs, Bixby Knolls, Boiling Point, Bouquet Junction, Boyle Heights, Bradbury, Brents Junction, Brentwood, Brentwood Heights, Briggs Terrace, Burbank, Burbank Junction, Butler, Calabasas, Calabasas Highlands, Canoga Park, Carmenita, Carson, Castaic, Castaic Junction, Castellammare, Caswell, Cedar Springs, Century City, Cerritos, Chapman, Charter Oak, Chatsworth, Cienega, Citrus, City Terrace, Claremont, Clement Junction, Clifton, Colima, Commerce, Compton, Cornell, Covina, Culver City, Culver Junction, Del Aire, Del Amo, Del Sur, Del Valle, Delta, Diamond Bar, Dolanco Junction, Dolores, Dominguez, Downey, Duarte, Dudmore, Eagle Rock, East Los Angeles, East Pasadena, Rancho Dominguez, Whittier, El Monte, El Nido, El Segundo, El Sereno, Elftman, Encino, Fairmont, Fern Ann Falls, Fernwood, Florence, Friendly Hills, Garvanza, Gemco, Glendale, Glendora, Glenview, Gorman, Graham, Granada Hills, Green Valley, Hacienda Heights, Happy Valley, Harbor City, Harbor Hills, Harold, Hawaiian gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hewitt, Hi Vista, Hidden Hills, Hidden Springs, Highland Park, Hillgrove, Hobart, Hollydale, Hollywood, Home Junction, Honby, Humphreys, Huntington Park, Hyde Park, Indian Springs, Industry, Inglewood, Ironsides, Irwindale, Jefferson, Juniper Hills, Kester, Keystone, Kincaid, Kinneloa Mesa, La Crescenta, La Fetra, La Fresa, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, La Verne, Ladera Heights, Laguna, Lairport, Lake Balboa, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Lakeside Park, Lakewood, Lamanda Park, Lancaster, Lang, Largo Vista, Las Flores, Lawndale, Leffingwell, Leimert Park, Lennox, Leona Valley, Lincoln Crest, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Village, Linda Vista, Littlerock, Lomita, Long Beach, Longview, Los Angeles, Los Nietos, Los Nietos, Lynwood, Magnolia Park, Mahou Riviera, Malibu, Malibu Beach, Malibu Bowl, Malibu Hills, Malibu Junction, Malibu Vista, Manhattan Beach, Mar Vista, Maravilla, Marina del Rey, Marne, Martins, mayflower-village, Maywood, McCampbell, Mile High, Mint Canyon, Miraleste, Mission Hills, Mission Junction, Monaco, Monrovia, Monte Nido, Montebello, Monterey Park, Montrose, Morningside Park, Mount Washington, Mount Wilson, Nadeau, Nadeau, Naud Junction, Nevin, Newhall, Ninetynine Oaks, North El Monte, North Glendale, North Hills, North Hollywood, North Long Beach, North Pomona, Northridge, Norwalk, Oak Knoll, Oban, Ocean Park, Olga, Olive View, Otterbein, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Palmdale, Palms, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes, Panorama City, Paradise Springs, Paramount, Pardee, Paris, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Pearland, Perry, Pico, Pico Rivera, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa Vista, Pomona, Portuguese Bend, Puente Junction, Quartz Hill, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rancho Santa, Rancho Santa, Raymer,Redman, Redondo Beach, Redondo Junction, Reseda, Rio Hondo, Riviera, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Roosevelt, Rosemead, Rowland, Rowland Heights, Russ, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Marino, San Pedro, Sandberg, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Saugus, Seminole Hot Springs, Sentous, Shadow Hills, Sherman Oaks, Sierra Madre, Signal Hill, Singing Springs, Sleepy Valley, Solemint, South El Monte, South Gate, South Los Angeles, Spadra, Stonehurst, Stoneman, Studebaker, Studio City, Sulphur Springs, Sun Valley, Sunland, Sunrise, Sylmar, Sylvia Park, Tarzana, Taylor Junction, Temple City, The Oaks, Thenard, Three Points, Topanga, Topanga Beach, Topanga Oaks, Topanga Park, Torrance, Trancas, Tujunga, Twin Lakes, Two Harbors, Universal City, Val Verde, Valencia, Valinda, Valla, Valyermo, Van Nuys, Vega, Venice, Verdugo City, Vernon, View Park, Vincent, Vinvale, Vista del Mar, Walker, Walnut, Walnut Park, Walteria, Watson, Watson Junction, Watts, Wellington Heights, West Arcadia, West Athens, West Covina, West Glendale, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, West Puente Valley, West Rancho Dominguez, West Whittier, Westchester, Westlake Village, Westmont, Westwood, Westwood Village, White Heather, Whittier, Wildasin, Wildwood, Willowbrook, Wilmington, Wilsona Gardens, Windsor Hills, Wingfoot, Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Workman

Bird Pest Control Stop Pigeons and Swallows Mud Nest

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Bird pest control has to be the most labor intensive work I do in Los Angeles. To install netting and spikes in order to keep Birds from roosting is harder than it sounds. First we need to get an idea of the size of Bird. Small Birds need small netting, like to stop swallows making mud nests on sides of buildings. If we install the netting too big, we could have problems with the birds getting inside.We also need to pay attention to building codes and the migratory Bird act. Once the eggs are laid we can not harrass or disturb them until the young are grown.These are federal laws concerning Birds and will apply in our offices in San Diego, Phoenix, Madison,Milwaukee, Green Bay, Chicago, Milwaukee and San Francisco.

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Bird balls are rarely a noise complaint, but rather a mess complaint! We all like hearing a happy Bird singing outside our window, but we dont like 100 of them making mud nests and pooping all over the side of our house do we? But every year we see the swallows getting started about now, and just clean up the mess afterward. It is possible to get them to go elsewhere, through the use of netting attached to the side of the home. If the correct type of netting the Swallows will not like the situation, and will go to a better location where they feel more comfortable.

Baby Birds are now mobile!

We usually don’t need to net the entire home, but rather the east side of the house, as Swallows like to have the sun on the nest early to help keep eggs and babies warm. Birds all have to leave at first light to gather food, and get water. Bird traps are something we use for population reduction. Too many Pigeons will cause that need, and we trap Pigeons every day in custom made Pigeon traps.Roof tops get heavy with droppings and can fall in if not controlled.The weight of several Pigeons pooping all over, over time will get heavy and all it takes is a little rain to make it much heavier, and crush a home.

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Bird Pest Control has to be the most labor intensive work I do in Los Angeles. To install netting and spikes in order to keep birds from roosting is harder than it sounds. First we need to get an idea of the size of Bird. Small Birds need small netting, like to stop Swallows making mud nests on sides of buildings. If we install the netting too big, we could have problems with the Birds getting inside.We also need to pay attention to building codes and the migratory Bird act. Once the eggs are laid we can not harass or disturb them until the young are grown.These are federal laws concerning Birds and will apply in our offices in Daytona Beach, San Diego, Phoenix, Madison,Milwaukee, Green Bay, Chicago, Milwaukee, San Francisco, Sacramento, and St Louis

 

Raccoon Pest Control Animal Attic Culver Junction, Del Aire

Have an animal in your attic? Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Call for a hassle free appointment from Culver Junction or Del Aire.

 

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Baby Raccoons are now mobile!

We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals.

 

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Here I would like to give you some facts about Raccoons! There playful antics, and personality is something to share with children as they forage for grubs and play in bird baths. But keep your distance from them, as the mother Raccoon is extremely protective of her young!

A Raccoon is an animal that prefers dim light or darkness. There eyes are adapted to low light conditions, and bright sunlight will hurt its eyes. A Raccoon will actually hide its eyes if the sun comes out and is too bright. If you see a Raccoon outside on a sunny day, dont go near it! It is not acting normally, and could be sick!

A Raccoon is a medium sized animal found in North America. She gets as big as 50 pounds in some areas, and live as long as 12 years, although the average is 6 years. The female Raccoon can have Baby Raccoons after she is a year old, and has an average litter of 4 baby Raccoons. She will have her babies in a hole in the ground, or a hollow tree, or in an attic of a home where she has been on the roof! Raccoons like to climb on roofs and play in trees like monkeys. Most times they will climb tree branches to get on a roof, but sometimes they will climb a support pole, or a gutter down spout to get there. Feeding Raccoons can be fun to watch, but may not be such a good idea in the city. Neighbors may blame you for them having a Raccoon in an attic. So, make sure before you feed Raccoons that your neighbors are alright with it. Breeding season is here and Raccoon’s have given birth!

Raccoon in Attic

Raccoons in attics will poop and pee all over insulation, and require all insulation to be removed and disinfect, and deodorized. Costing thousands of dollars!

Raccoons can get sick, and do carry parasites that you can pick up too. Fleas, ticks, and lice can get picked up from Raccoons! Raccoon round worm is an intestinal parasite which Raccoons can pass to people. Raccoon Roundworm spores are in the poop of a Raccoon (we call them raccoon droppings) These spores can be dried in the Raccoon droppings, and blow with the wind when disturbed. It can got into your eye, or lungs, then incubate into a worm!

Pet Raccoons

Most people in Los Angeles look at Raccoons as cute playful little creatures. What most people know about Raccoons is there telltale mask, and banded tail. Raccoons are cute to watch as many wildlife species are. But when they enter your home, and are living in your attic, is when they become nuisance wildlife.

Los Angeles Raccoons in the wild live on a diet of grains, fruits, and insects. Nearly small rodents, fish, frogs, turtles, shellfish, and pretty much anything else that they can find or kill. This lets them into a class called omnivores. They are opportunistic by nature.

Los Angeles Raccoons in urban settings are also opportunistic. Dog and cat food left on the porch is table fare for the masked bandits. Raccoons need a water source as most animals do. In urban or suburban areas irrigation provides all the water they need. Swimming pools, hot tubs, and water bowls left out for cats and dogs the icing on the cake.

Fruit trees provide Raccoons with palm dates, oranges, avocados, apples, plums, and any backyard with a garden has plenty of ripe tomato and grapes for our furry little friends. A loose fitting garbage can lid will be like laying out the welcome mat when he gets the taste for leftovers.

I do not subscribe to the PETA or HSUS way of thinking. I do not believe that we encroached on these animals habitat and they are living in our attics because they have no place to else to live. I find myself looking for Raccoons in urban settings, suburban settings, and rural setting. There are many more Raccoons in the city then there are in the wild. They are simply learning that it is easier to live in the city. A nice warm attic is better than a hollow tree any day. The carrying capacity of the land is much greater in the city. Carrying capacity of the land determines population. It’s where all the food is where all the shelter is — where the living is easier. It’s no different with people, we want to be where the work is so we can provide for our families.

This doesn’t mean we should let them live in our attics — under our homes — in our wall’s Los Angeles than what. As the damage and possible health risks to your family can be caused by Raccoons living in your home. They will not go away on their own, a wildlife professional can determine the correct method, and time to remove Raccoons. If the mother raccoon is lethally trapped and babies are left behind it can be a nightmare. Proper protection must be worn to protect yourself from breathing in roundworm spores. A raccoon will defend itself if you get too close. I have seen 20 pound Raccoons killed dogs twice their size in less than a minute.

Los Angeles Raccoons to carry rabies, distemper, and a host of other blood-borne illnesses which can be transmitted through a scratch or bite. The Center for disease control website CDC.gov explains all concerns and dangerous with having raccoons in close proximity to your family. Raccoons carry fleas, which are also unwelcome in any home.

So bring your dog dishes in the house and don’t leave the welcome mat out for Mr. raccoon. He may decide to make a hole in your roof and live close to the grocery store — your porch.

So if you Have an animal in your attic?Dont bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Mother Raccoons are getting ready to have babies in attics now. Call for a hassle free appointment, in El Monte or El Nido and get them out!

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We Service the following areas of Los Angeles County:

Acton, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Agua Dulce, Alhambra, Alla, Alondra Park, Alsace, Altadena, Antelope Acres, Antelope Center, Arcadia, Artesia, Athens, Atwater, Aurant, Avalon, Avalon Village, Avocado Heights, Azusa, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Park, Bandini, Bartolo, Bassett, Bel Air, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Belmont Shore, Belvedere Gardens, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Big Pines, Big Rock Springs, Bixby Knolls, Boiling Point, Bouquet Junction, Boyle Heights, Bradbury, Brents Junction, Brentwood, Brentwood Heights, Briggs Terrace, Burbank, Burbank Junction, Butler, Calabasas, Calabasas Highlands, Canoga Park, Carmenita, Carson, Castaic, Castaic Junction, Castellammare, Caswell, Cedar Springs, Century City, Cerritos, Chapman, Charter Oak, Chatsworth, Cienega, Citrus, City Terrace, Claremont, Clement Junction, Clifton, Colima, Commerce, Compton, Cornell, Covina, Culver City, Culver Junction, Del Aire, Del Amo, Del Sur, Del Valle, Delta, Diamond Bar, Dolanco Junction, Dolores, Dominguez, Downey, Duarte, Dudmore, Eagle Rock, East Los Angeles, East Pasadena, Rancho Dominguez, Whittier, El Monte, El Nido, El Segundo, El Sereno, Elftman, Encino, Fairmont, Fern Ann Falls, Fernwood, Florence, Friendly Hills, Garvanza, Gemco, Glendale, Glendora, Glenview, Gorman, Graham, Granada Hills, Green Valley, Hacienda Heights, Happy Valley, Harbor City, Harbor Hills, Harold, Hawaiian gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hewitt, Hi Vista, Hidden Hills, Hidden Springs, Highland Park, Hillgrove, Hobart, Hollydale, Hollywood, Home Junction, Honby, Humphreys, Huntington Park, Hyde Park, Indian Springs, Industry, Inglewood, Ironsides, Irwindale, Jefferson, Juniper Hills, Kester, Keystone, Kincaid, Kinneloa Mesa, La Crescenta, La Fetra, La Fresa, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, La Verne, Ladera Heights, Laguna, Lairport, Lake Balboa, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Lakeside Park, Lakewood, Lamanda Park, Lancaster, Lang, Largo Vista, Las Flores, Lawndale, Leffingwell, Leimert Park, Lennox, Leona Valley, Lincoln Crest, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Village, Linda Vista, Littlerock, Lomita, Long Beach, Longview, Los Angeles, Los Nietos, Los Nietos, Lynwood, Magnolia Park, Mahou Riviera, Malibu, Malibu Beach, Malibu Bowl, Malibu Hills, Malibu Junction, Malibu Vista, Manhattan Beach, Mar Vista, Maravilla, Marina del Rey, Marne, Martins, mayflower-village, Maywood, McCampbell, Mile High, Mint Canyon, Miraleste, Mission Hills, Mission Junction, Monaco, Monrovia, Monte Nido, Montebello, Monterey Park, Montrose, Morningside Park, Mount Washington, Mount Wilson, Nadeau, Nadeau, Naud Junction, Nevin, Newhall, Ninetynine Oaks, North El Monte, North Glendale, North Hills, North Hollywood, North Long Beach, North Pomona, Northridge, Norwalk, Oak Knoll, Oban, Ocean Park, Olga, Olive View, Otterbein, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Palmdale, Palms, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes, Panorama City, Paradise Springs, Paramount, Pardee, Paris, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Pearland, Perry, Pico, Pico Rivera, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa Vista, Pomona, Portuguese Bend, Puente Junction, Quartz Hill, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rancho Santa, Rancho Santa, Raymer,Redman, Redondo Beach, Redondo Junction, Reseda, Rio Hondo, Riviera, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Roosevelt, Rosemead, Rowland, Rowland Heights, Russ, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Marino, San Pedro, Sandberg, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Saugus, Seminole Hot Springs, Sentous, Shadow Hills, Sherman Oaks, Sierra Madre, Signal Hill, Singing Springs, Sleepy Valley, Solemint, South El Monte, South Gate, South Los Angeles, Spadra, Stonehurst, Stoneman, Studebaker, Studio City, Sulphur Springs, Sun Valley, Sunland, Sunrise, Sylmar, Sylvia Park, Tarzana, Taylor Junction, Temple City, The Oaks, Thenard, Three Points, Topanga, Topanga Beach, Topanga Oaks, Topanga Park, Torrance, Trancas, Tujunga, Twin Lakes, Two Harbors, Universal City, Val Verde, Valencia, Valinda, Valla, Valyermo, Van Nuys, Vega, Venice, Verdugo City, Vernon, View Park, Vincent, Vinvale, Vista del Mar, Walker, Walnut, Walnut Park, Walteria, Watson, Watson Junction, Watts, Wellington Heights, West Arcadia, West Athens, West Covina, West Glendale, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, West Puente Valley, West Rancho Dominguez, West Whittier, Westchester, Westlake Village, Westmont, Westwood, Westwood Village, White Heather, Whittier, Wildasin, Wildwood, Willowbrook, Wilmington, Wilsona Gardens, Windsor Hills, Wingfoot, Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Workman

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93215, 93216

 

 

Raccoon Pest Control Animal Attic Delano, Del Sur

Have an animal in your attic?Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Call for a hassle free appointment in Delano or Del Sur give a call and get them out!

 

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the number below

Call (323) 238-4643

 

Baby Raccoons are now mobile and this is when the problems begin!

Image result for Raccoon pictures

Read on to learn more about Raccoons!

Here I would like to familiarize you with the Raccoon! There playful antics, and personality is something to share with children as they forage for grubs and play in bird baths. But keep your distance from them, as the mother raccoon is extremely protective of her young!

A Raccoon is an animal that prefers dim light or darkness. There eyes are adapted to low light conditions, and bright sunlight will hurt its eyes. A Raccoon will actually hide its eyes if the sun comes out and is too bright. If you see a raccoon outside on a sunny day, dont go near it! It is not acting normally, and could be sick!

A raccoon is a medium sized animal found in North America. She gets as big as 50 pounds in some areas, and live as long as 12 years, although the average is 6 years. The female Raccoon can have Baby Raccoons after she is a year old, and has an average litter of 4 baby Raccoons. She will have her babies in a hole in the ground, or a hollow tree, or in an attic of a home where she has been on the roof! Raccoons like to climb on roofs and play in trees like monkeys. Most times they will climb tree branches to get on a roof, but sometimes they will climb a support pole, or a gutter down spout to get there. Feeding Raccoons can be fun to watch, but may not be such a good idea in the city. Neighbors may blame you for them having a raccoon in an attic. So, make sure before you feed Raccoons that your neighbors are alright with it.

We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals.

Raccoon in Attic

Raccoons in attics will poop and pee all over insulation, and require all insulation to be removed and disinfect, and deoderized. Costing thousands of dollars

Raccoons can get sick, and do carry parasites that you can pick up too. Fleas, ticks, and lice can get picked up from raccoons! Raccoon round worm is an intestinal parasite which raccoons can pass to people. Raccoon Roundworm spores are in the poop of a raccoon (we call them raccoon droppings) These spores can be dried in the raccoon droppings, and blow with the wind when disturbed. It can got into your eye, or lungs, then incubate into a worm!

Pet Raccoons

Most people in Los Angeles look at raccoons as cute playful little creatures. What most people know about raccoons is there telltale mask, and banded tail. Raccoons are cute to watch as many wildlife species are. But when they enter your home, and are living in your attic, is when they become nuisance wildlife.

Los Angeles Raccoons in the wild live on a diet of grains, fruits, and insects. Nearly small rodents, fish, frogs, turtles, shellfish, and pretty much anything else that they can find or kill. This lets them into a class called omnivores. They are opportunistic by nature.

Los Angeles Raccoons in urban settings are also opportunistic. Dog and cat food left on the porch is table fare for the masked bandits. Raccoons need a water source as most animals do. In urban or suburban areas irigation provides all the water they need. Swimming pools, hot tubs, and water bowls left out for cats and dogs the icing on the cake.

Fruit trees provide raccoons with palm dates, oranges, avocados, apples, plums, and any backyard with a garden has plenty of ripe tomato and grapes for our furry little friends. A loose fitting garbage can lid will be like laying out the welcome mat when he gets the taste for leftovers.

I do not subscribe to the PETA or HSUS way of thinking. I do not believe that we encroached on these animals habitat and they are living in our attics because they have no place to else to live. I find myself looking for raccoons in urban settings, suburban settings, and rural setting. There are many more raccoons in the city then there are in the wild. They are simply learning that it is easier to live in the city. A nice warm attic is better than a hollow tree any day. The carrying capacity of the land is much greater in the city. Carrying capacity of the land determines population. It’s where all the food is where all the shelter is — where the living is easier. It’s no different with people, we want to be where the work is so we can provide for our families.

This doesn’t mean we should let them live in our attics — under our homes — in our wall’s Los Angeles than what. As the damage and possible health risks to your family can be caused by raccoons living in your home. They will not go away on their own, a wildlife professional can determine the correct method, and time to remove raccoons. If the mother raccoon is lethally trapped and babies are left behind it can be a nightmare. Proper protection must be worn to protect yourself from breathing in roundworm spores. A raccoon will defend itself if you get too close. I have seen 20 pound raccoons killed dogs twice their size in less than a minute.

Los Angeles Raccoons to carry rabies, distemper, and a host of other blood-borne illnesses which can be transmitted through a scratch or bite. The Center for disease control website CDC.gov explains all concerns and dangerous with having raccoons in close proximity to your family. Raccoons carry fleas, which are also unwelcome in any home.

So bring your dog dishes in the house and don’t leave the welcome mat out for Mr. raccoon. He may decide to make a hole in your roof and live close to the grocery store — your porch.

So if you Have an animal in your attic? Dont bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Mother Raccoons are getting ready to have babies in attics now. Call for a hassle free appointment, in Delano or Del Sur and get them out!

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

We service the following zip codes:

 93534, 93536

We Service the following areas of Los Angeles County:

Acton, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Agua Dulce, Alhambra, Alla, Alondra Park, Alsace, Altadena, Antelope Acres, Antelope Center, Arcadia, Artesia, Athens, Atwater, Aurant, Avalon, Avalon Village, Avocado Heights, Azusa, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Park, Bandini, Bartolo, Bassett, Bel Air, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Belmont Shore, Belvedere Gardens, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Big Pines, Big Rock Springs, Bixby Knolls, Boiling Point, Bouquet Junction, Boyle Heights, Bradbury, Brents Junction, Brentwood, Brentwood Heights, Briggs Terrace, Burbank, Burbank Junction, Butler, Calabasas, Calabasas Highlands, Canoga Park, Carmenita, Carson, Castaic, Castaic Junction, Castellammare, Caswell, Cedar Springs, Century City, Cerritos, Chapman, Charter Oak, Chatsworth, Cienega, Citrus, City Terrace, Claremont, Clement Junction, Clifton, Colima, Commerce, Compton, Cornell, Covina, Culver City, Culver Junction, Del Aire, Del Amo, Del Sur, Del Valle, Delta, Diamond Bar, Dolanco Junction, Dolores, Dominguez, Downey, Duarte, Dudmore, Eagle Rock, East Los Angeles, East Pasadena, Rancho Dominguez, Whittier, El Monte, El Nido, El Segundo, El Sereno, Elftman, Encino, Fairmont, Fern Ann Falls, Fernwood, Florence, Friendly Hills, Garvanza, Gemco, Glendale, Glendora, Glenview, Gorman, Graham, Granada Hills, Green Valley, Hacienda Heights, Happy Valley, Harbor City, Harbor Hills, Harold, Hawaiian gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hewitt, Hi Vista, Hidden Hills, Hidden Springs, Highland Park, Hillgrove, Hobart, Hollydale, Hollywood, Home Junction, Honby, Humphreys, Huntington Park, Hyde Park, Indian Springs, Industry, Inglewood, Ironsides, Irwindale, Jefferson, Juniper Hills, Kester, Keystone, Kincaid, Kinneloa Mesa, La Crescenta, La Fetra, La Fresa, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, La Verne, Ladera Heights, Laguna, Lairport, Lake Balboa, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Lakeside Park, Lakewood, Lamanda Park, Lancaster, Lang, Largo Vista, Las Flores, Lawndale, Leffingwell, Leimert Park, Lennox, Leona Valley, Lincoln Crest, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Village, Linda Vista, Littlerock, Lomita, Long Beach, Longview, Los Angeles, Los Nietos, Los Nietos, Lynwood, Magnolia Park, Mahou Riviera, Malibu, Malibu Beach, Malibu Bowl, Malibu Hills, Malibu Junction, Malibu Vista, Manhattan Beach, Mar Vista, Maravilla, Marina del Rey, Marne, Martins, mayflower-village, Maywood, McCampbell, Mile High, Mint Canyon, Miraleste, Mission Hills, Mission Junction, Monaco, Monrovia, Monte Nido, Montebello, Monterey Park, Montrose, Morningside Park, Mount Washington, Mount Wilson, Nadeau, Nadeau, Naud Junction, Nevin, Newhall, Ninetynine Oaks, North El Monte, North Glendale, North Hills, North Hollywood, North Long Beach, North Pomona, Northridge, Norwalk, Oak Knoll, Oban, Ocean Park, Olga, Olive View, Otterbein, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Palmdale, Palms, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes, Panorama City, Paradise Springs, Paramount, Pardee, Paris, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Pearland, Perry, Pico, Pico Rivera, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa Vista, Pomona, Portuguese Bend, Puente Junction, Quartz Hill, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rancho Santa, Rancho Santa, Raymer,Redman, Redondo Beach, Redondo Junction, Reseda, Rio Hondo, Riviera, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Roosevelt, Rosemead, Rowland, Rowland Heights, Russ, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Marino, San Pedro, Sandberg, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Saugus, Seminole Hot Springs, Sentous, Shadow Hills, Sherman Oaks, Sierra Madre, Signal Hill, Singing Springs, Sleepy Valley, Solemint, South El Monte, South Gate, South Los Angeles, Spadra, Stonehurst, Stoneman, Studebaker, Studio City, Sulphur Springs, Sun Valley, Sunland, Sunrise, Sylmar, Sylvia Park, Tarzana, Taylor Junction, Temple City, The Oaks, Thenard, Three Points, Topanga, Topanga Beach, Topanga Oaks, Topanga Park, Torrance, Trancas, Tujunga, Twin Lakes, Two Harbors, Universal City, Val Verde, Valencia, Valinda, Valla, Valyermo, Van Nuys, Vega, Venice, Verdugo City, Vernon, View Park, Vincent, Vinvale, Vista del Mar, Walker, Walnut, Walnut Park, Walteria, Watson, Watson Junction, Watts, Wellington Heights, West Arcadia, West Athens, West Covina, West Glendale, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, West Puente Valley, West Rancho Dominguez, West Whittier, Westchester, Westlake Village, Westmont, Westwood, Westwood Village, White Heather, Whittier, Wildasin, Wildwood, Willowbrook, Wilmington, Wilsona Gardens, Windsor Hills, Wingfoot, Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Workman

 

Raccoon Pest Control Animal Attic Alondra Park, Agua Dulce

Have an animal in your attic? Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution.  Call for a hassle free appointment in Alondra Park or Dulce.

 

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the number below

Call (323) 238-4643

Baby Raccoons are now mobile and this is when the problems begin!

Image result for Raccoon pictures

Read on to learn more about Raccoons!

Here I would like to familiarize you with the Raccoon! There playful antics, and personality is something to share with children as they forage for grubs and play in bird baths. But keep your distance from them, as the mother Raccoon is extremely protective of her young!

A Raccoon is an animal that prefers dim light or darkness. There eyes are adapted to low light conditions, and bright sunlight will hurt its eyes. A raccoon will actually hide its eyes if the sun comes out and is too bright. If you see a Raccoon outside on a sunny day, don’t go near it! It is not acting normally, and could be sick!

A Raccoon is a medium sized animal found in North America. She gets as big as 50 pounds in some areas, and live as long as 12 years, although the average is 6 years. The female Raccoon can have Baby Raccoons after she is a year old, and has an average litter of four to five babies. She will have her babies in a hole in the ground, or a hollow tree, or in an attic of a home where she has been on the roof! Raccoons like to climb on roofs and play in trees like monkeys. Most times they will climb tree branches to get on a roof, but sometimes they will climb a support pole, or a gutter down spout to get there. Feeding raccoons can be fun to watch, but may not be such a good idea in the city. Neighbors may blame you for them having a raccoon in an attic. So, make sure before you feed raccoons that your neighbors are alright with it.

We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals.

 

Raccoons eating cat food left outside

 

Raccoon in Attic

Raccoons in attics will poop and pee all over insulation, and require all insulation to be removed and disinfect, and deoderised. Costing thousands of dollars

Raccoons can get sick, and do carry paracites that you can pick up too. Fleas, ticks, and lice can get picked up from raccoons! Raccoon round worm is an intestinal paracite which raccoons can pass to people. Raccoon Roundworm spores are in the poop of a raccoon (we call them raccoon droppings) These spores can be dried in the raccoon droppings, and blow with the wind when disturbed. It can got into your eye, or lungs, then incubate into a worm!

Pet Raccoons

Most people in Los Angeles look at raccoons as cute playful little creatures. What most people know about raccoons is there telltale mask, and banded tail. Raccoons are cute to watch as many wildlife species are. But when they enter your home, and are living in your attic, is when they become nuisance wildlife.

Los Angeles Raccoons in the wild live on a diet of grains, fruits, and insects. Nearly small rodents, fish, frogs, turtles, shellfish, and pretty much anything else that they can find or kill. This lets them into a class called omnivores. They are opportunistic by nature.

Los Angeles Raccoons in urban settings are also opportunistic. Dog and cat food left on the porch is table fare for the masked bandits. Raccoons need a water source as most animals do. In urban or suburban areas irigation provides all the water they need. Swimming pools, hot tubs, and water bowls left out for cats and dogs the icing on the cake.

Fruit trees provide raccoons with palm dates, oranges, avocados, apples, plums, and any backyard with a garden has plenty of ripe tomato and grapes for our furry little friends. A loosefitting garbage can lid will be like laying out the welcome mat when he gets the taste for leftovers.

I do not subscribe to the PETA or HSUS way of thinking. I do not believe that we encroached on these animals habitat and they are living in our attics because they have no place to else to live. I find myself looking for raccoons in urban settings, suburban settings, and rural setting. There are many more raccoons in the city then there are in the wild. They are simply learning that it is easier to live in the city. A nice warm attic is better than a hollow tree any day. The carrying capacity of the land is much greater in the city. Carrying capacity of the land determines population. It’s where all the food is where all the shelter is — where the living is easier. It’s no different with people, we want to be where the work is so we can provide for our families.

This doesn’t mean we should let them live in our attics — under our homes — in our wall’s Los Angeles than what. As the damage and possible health risks to your family can be caused by raccoons living in your home. They will not go away on their own, a wildlife professional can determine the correct method, and time to remove raccoons. If the mother raccoon is lethally trapped and babies are left behind it can be a nightmare. Proper protection must be worn to protect yourself from breathing in roundworm spores. A raccoon will defend itself if you get too close. I have seen 20 pound raccoons killed dogs twice their size in less than a minute.

Los Angeles Raccoons to carry rabies, distemper, and a host of other blood-borne illnesses which can be transmitted through a scratch or bite. The Center for disease control website CDC.gov explains all concerns and dangerous with having raccoons in close proximity to your family. Raccoons carry fleas, which are also unwelcome in any home.

So bring your dog dishes in the house and don’t leave the welcome mat out for Mr. raccoon. He may decide to make a hole in your roof and live close to the grocery store — your porch.

So if you Have an animal in your attic?Dont bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Mother Raccoons are getting ready to have babies in attics now. Call for a hassle free appointment, in Alondra or Agua Dulce and get them out!

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

We service the following zip codes:

93510

We Service the following areas of Los Angeles County:

Acton, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Agua Dulce, Alhambra, Alla, Alondra Park, Alsace, Altadena, Antelope Acres, Antelope Center, Arcadia, Artesia, Athens, Atwater, Aurant, Avalon, Avalon Village, Avocado Heights, Azusa, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Park, Bandini, Bartolo, Bassett, Bel Air, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Belmont Shore, Belvedere Gardens, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Big Pines, Big Rock Springs, Bixby Knolls, Boiling Point, Bouquet Junction, Boyle Heights, Bradbury, Brents Junction, Brentwood, Brentwood Heights, Briggs Terrace, Burbank, Burbank Junction, Butler, Calabasas, Calabasas Highlands, Canoga Park, Carmenita, Carson, Castaic, Castaic Junction, Castellammare, Caswell, Cedar Springs, Century City, Cerritos, Chapman, Charter Oak, Chatsworth, Cienega, Citrus, City Terrace, Claremont, Clement Junction, Clifton, Colima, Commerce, Compton, Cornell, Covina, Culver City, Culver Junction, Del Aire, Del Amo, Del Sur, Del Valle, Delta, Diamond Bar, Dolanco Junction, Dolores, Dominguez, Downey, Duarte, Dudmore, Eagle Rock, East Los Angeles, East Pasadena, Rancho Dominguez, Whittier, El Monte, El Nido, El Segundo, El Sereno, Elftman, Encino, Fairmont, Fern Ann Falls, Fernwood, Florence, Friendly Hills, Garvanza, Gemco, Glendale, Glendora, Glenview, Gorman, Graham, Granada Hills, Green Valley, Hacienda Heights, Happy Valley, Harbor City, Harbor Hills, Harold, Hawaiian gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hewitt, Hi Vista, Hidden Hills, Hidden Springs, Highland Park, Hillgrove, Hobart, Hollydale, Hollywood, Home Junction, Honby, Humphreys, Huntington Park, Hyde Park, Indian Springs, Industry, Inglewood, Ironsides, Irwindale, Jefferson, Juniper Hills, Kester, Keystone, Kincaid, Kinneloa Mesa, La Crescenta, La Fetra, La Fresa, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, La Verne, Ladera Heights, Laguna, Lairport, Lake Balboa, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Lakeside Park, Lakewood, Lamanda Park, Lancaster, Lang, Largo Vista, Las Flores, Lawndale, Leffingwell, Leimert Park, Lennox, Leona Valley, Lincoln Crest, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Village, Linda Vista, Littlerock, Lomita, Long Beach, Longview, Los Angeles, Los Nietos, Los Nietos, Lynwood, Magnolia Park, Mahou Riviera, Malibu, Malibu Beach, Malibu Bowl, Malibu Hills, Malibu Junction, Malibu Vista, Manhattan Beach, Mar Vista, Maravilla, Marina del Rey, Marne, Martins, mayflower-village, Maywood, McCampbell, Mile High, Mint Canyon, Miraleste, Mission Hills, Mission Junction, Monaco, Monrovia, Monte Nido, Montebello, Monterey Park, Montrose, Morningside Park, Mount Washington, Mount Wilson, Nadeau, Nadeau, Naud Junction, Nevin, Newhall, Ninetynine Oaks, North El Monte, North Glendale, North Hills, North Hollywood, North Long Beach, North Pomona, Northridge, Norwalk, Oak Knoll, Oban, Ocean Park, Olga, Olive View, Otterbein, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Palmdale, Palms, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes, Panorama City, Paradise Springs, Paramount, Pardee, Paris, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Pearland, Perry, Pico, Pico Rivera, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa Vista, Pomona, Portuguese Bend, Puente Junction, Quartz Hill, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rancho Santa, Rancho Santa, Raymer,Redman, Redondo Beach, Redondo Junction, Reseda, Rio Hondo, Riviera, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Roosevelt, Rosemead, Rowland, Rowland Heights, Russ, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Marino, San Pedro, Sandberg, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Saugus, Seminole Hot Springs, Sentous, Shadow Hills, Sherman Oaks, Sierra Madre, Signal Hill, Singing Springs, Sleepy Valley, Solemint, South El Monte, South Gate, South Los Angeles, Spadra, Stonehurst, Stoneman, Studebaker, Studio City, Sulphur Springs, Sun Valley, Sunland, Sunrise, Sylmar, Sylvia Park, Tarzana, Taylor Junction, Temple City, The Oaks, Thenard, Three Points, Topanga, Topanga Beach, Topanga Oaks, Topanga Park, Torrance, Trancas, Tujunga, Twin Lakes, Two Harbors, Universal City, Val Verde, Valencia, Valinda, Valla, Valyermo, Van Nuys, Vega, Venice, Verdugo City, Vernon, View Park, Vincent, Vinvale, Vista del Mar, Walker, Walnut, Walnut Park, Walteria, Watson, Watson Junction, Watts, Wellington Heights, West Arcadia, West Athens, West Covina, West Glendale, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, West Puente Valley, West Rancho Dominguez, West Whittier, Westchester, Westlake Village, Westmont, Westwood, Westwood Village, White Heather, Whittier, Wildasin, Wildwood, Willowbrook, Wilmington, Wilsona Gardens, Windsor Hills, Wingfoot, Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Workman

 

Raccoon Pest Control Animal Attic Dolores, Dominguez

Have an animal in your attic? Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Call for a hassle free appointment in Dolores or Dominguez

 

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the number below

Call (323) 238-4643

Baby Raccoons are now mobile and this is when the problems begins!

Image result for Raccoon pictures

Read on to learn more about Raccoons!

Here I would like to familiarize you with the Raccoon! There playful antics, and personality is something to share with children as they forage for grubs and play in bird baths. But keep your distance from them, as the mother raccoon is extremely protective of her young!

A raccoon is an animal that prefers dim light or darkness. There eyes are adapted to low light conditions, and bright sunlight will hurt its eyes. A raccoon will actually hide its eyes if the sun comes out and is too bright. If you see a raccoon outside on a sunny day, dont go near it! It is not acting normally, and could be sick!

A raccoon is a medium sized animal found in North America. She gets as big as 50 pounds in some areas, and live as long as 12 years, although the average is 6 years. The female Raccoon can have Baby Raccoons after she is a year old, and has an average litter of 4 baby raccoons. She will have her babies in a hole in the ground, or a hollow tree, or in an attic of a home where she has been on the roof! Raccoons like to climb on roofs and play in trees like monkeys. Most times they will climb tree branches to get on a roof, but sometimes they will climb a support pole, or a gutter down spout to get there. Feeding raccoons can be fun to watch, but may not be such a good idea in the city. Neighbors may blame you for them having a raccoon in an attic. So, make sure before you feed raccoons that your neighbors are alright with it.

 

Raccoons eating cat food left outside

We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals.

Raccoon in Attic

Raccoons in attics will poop and pee all over insulation, and require all insulation to be removed and disinfect, and deoderised. Costing thousands of dollars

Raccoons can get sick, and do carry parasites that you can pick up too. Fleas, ticks, and lice can get picked up from raccoons! Raccoon round worm is an intestinal parasite which raccoons can pass to people. Raccoon Roundworm spores are in the poop of a raccoon (we call them raccoon droppings) These spores can be dried in the raccoon droppings, and blow with the wind when disturbed. It can got into your eye, or lungs, then incubate into a worm!

Pet Raccoons

Most people in Los Angeles look at raccoons as cute playful little creatures. What most people know about raccoons is there telltale mask, and banded tail. Raccoons are cute to watch as many wildlife species are. But when they enter your home, and are living in your attic, is when they become nuisance wildlife.

Los Angeles Raccoons in the wild live on a diet of grains, fruits, and insects. Nearly small rodents, fish, frogs, turtles, shellfish, and pretty much anything else that they can find or kill. This lets them into a class called omnivores. They are opportunistic by nature.

Los Angeles Raccoons in urban settings are also opportunistic. Dog and cat food left on the porch is table fare for the masked bandits. Raccoons need a water source as most animals do. In urban or suburban areas irrigation provides all the water they need. Swimming pools, hot tubs, and water bowls left out for cats and dogs the icing on the cake.

Fruit trees provide raccoons with palm dates, oranges, avocados, apples, plums, and any backyard with a garden has plenty of ripe tomato and grapes for our furry little friends. A loosefitting garbage can lid will be like laying out the welcome mat when he gets the taste for leftovers.

I do not subscribe to the PETA or HSUS way of thinking. I do not believe that we encroached on these animals habitat and they are living in our attics because they have no place to else to live. I find myself looking for raccoons in urban settings, suburban settings, and rural setting. There are many more raccoons in the city then there are in the wild. They are simply learning that it is easier to live in the city. A nice warm attic is better than a hollow tree any day. The carrying capacity of the land is much greater in the city. Carrying capacity of the land determines population. It’s where all the food is where all the shelter is — where the living is easier. It’s no different with people, we want to be where the work is so we can provide for our families.

This doesn’t mean we should let them live in our attics — under our homes — in our wall’s Los Angeles than what. As the damage and possible health risks to your family can be caused by raccoons living in your home. They will not go away on their own, a wildlife professional can determine the correct method, and time to remove raccoons. If the mother raccoon is lethally trapped and babies are left behind it can be a nightmare. Proper protection must be worn to protect yourself from breathing in roundworm spores. A raccoon will defend itself if you get too close. I have seen 20 pound raccoons killed dogs twice their size in less than a minute.

Los Angeles Raccoons to carry rabies, distemper, and a host of other blood-borne illnesses which can be transmitted through a scratch or bite. The Center for disease control website CDC.gov explains all concerns and dangerous with having raccoons in close proximity to your family. Raccoons carry fleas, which are also unwelcome in any home.

So bring your dog dishes in the house and don’t leave the welcome mat out for Mr. raccoon. He may decide to make a hole in your roof and live close to the grocery store — your porch.

So if you Have an animal in your attic?Dont bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Mother Raccoons are getting ready to have babies in attics now. Call for a hassle free appointment,  in Dolores or Dominguez    Give us a call !

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

We service the following zip code:

90810

We Service the following areas of Los Angeles County:

Acton, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Agua Dulce, Alhambra, Alla, Alondra Park, Alsace, Altadena, Antelope Acres, Antelope Center, Arcadia, Artesia, Athens, Atwater, Aurant, Avalon, Avalon Village, Avocado Heights, Azusa, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Park, Bandini, Bartolo, Bassett, Bel Air, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Belmont Shore, Belvedere Gardens, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Big Pines, Big Rock Springs, Bixby Knolls, Boiling Point, Bouquet Junction, Boyle Heights, Bradbury, Brents Junction, Brentwood, Brentwood Heights, Briggs Terrace, Burbank, Burbank Junction, Butler, Calabasas, Calabasas Highlands, Canoga Park, Carmenita, Carson, Castaic, Castaic Junction, Castellammare, Caswell, Cedar Springs, Century City, Cerritos, Chapman, Charter Oak, Chatsworth, Cienega, Citrus, City Terrace, Claremont, Clement Junction, Clifton, Colima, Commerce, Compton, Cornell, Covina, Culver City, Culver Junction, Del Aire, Del Amo, Del Sur, Del Valle, Delta, Diamond Bar, Dolanco Junction, Dolores, Dominguez, Downey, Duarte, Dudmore, Eagle Rock, East Los Angeles, East Pasadena, Rancho Dominguez, Whittier, El Monte, El Nido, El Segundo, El Sereno, Elftman, Encino, Fairmont, Fern Ann Falls, Fernwood, Florence, Friendly Hills, Garvanza, Gemco, Glendale, Glendora, Glenview, Gorman, Graham, Granada Hills, Green Valley, Hacienda Heights, Happy Valley, Harbor City, Harbor Hills, Harold, Hawaiian gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hewitt, Hi Vista, Hidden Hills, Hidden Springs, Highland Park, Hillgrove, Hobart, Hollydale, Hollywood, Home Junction, Honby, Humphreys, Huntington Park, Hyde Park, Indian Springs, Industry, Inglewood, Ironsides, Irwindale, Jefferson, Juniper Hills, Kester, Keystone, Kincaid, Kinneloa Mesa, La Crescenta, La Fetra, La Fresa, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, La Verne, Ladera Heights, Laguna, Lairport, Lake Balboa, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Lakeside Park, Lakewood, Lamanda Park, Lancaster, Lang, Largo Vista, Las Flores, Lawndale, Leffingwell, Leimert Park, Lennox, Leona Valley, Lincoln Crest, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Village, Linda Vista, Littlerock, Lomita, Long Beach, Longview, Los Angeles, Los Nietos, Los Nietos, Lynwood, Magnolia Park, Mahou Riviera, Malibu, Malibu Beach, Malibu Bowl, Malibu Hills, Malibu Junction, Malibu Vista, Manhattan Beach, Mar Vista, Maravilla, Marina del Rey, Marne, Martins, mayflower-village, Maywood, McCampbell, Mile High, Mint Canyon, Miraleste, Mission Hills, Mission Junction, Monaco, Monrovia, Monte Nido, Montebello, Monterey Park, Montrose, Morningside Park, Mount Washington, Mount Wilson, Nadeau, Nadeau, Naud Junction, Nevin, Newhall, Ninetynine Oaks, North El Monte, North Glendale, North Hills, North Hollywood, North Long Beach, North Pomona, Northridge, Norwalk, Oak Knoll, Oban, Ocean Park, Olga, Olive View, Otterbein, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Palmdale, Palms, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes, Panorama City, Paradise Springs, Paramount, Pardee, Paris, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Pearland, Perry, Pico, Pico Rivera, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa Vista, Pomona, Portuguese Bend, Puente Junction, Quartz Hill, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rancho Santa, Rancho Santa, Raymer,Redman, Redondo Beach, Redondo Junction, Reseda, Rio Hondo, Riviera, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Roosevelt, Rosemead, Rowland, Rowland Heights, Russ, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Marino, San Pedro, Sandberg, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Saugus, Seminole Hot Springs, Sentous, Shadow Hills, Sherman Oaks, Sierra Madre, Signal Hill, Singing Springs, Sleepy Valley, Solemint, South El Monte, South Gate, South Los Angeles, Spadra, Stonehurst, Stoneman, Studebaker, Studio City, Sulphur Springs, Sun Valley, Sunland, Sunrise, Sylmar, Sylvia Park, Tarzana, Taylor Junction, Temple City, The Oaks, Thenard, Three Points, Topanga, Topanga Beach, Topanga Oaks, Topanga Park, Torrance, Trancas, Tujunga, Twin Lakes, Two Harbors, Universal City, Val Verde, Valencia, Valinda, Valla, Valyermo, Van Nuys, Vega, Venice, Verdugo City, Vernon, View Park, Vincent, Vinvale, Vista del Mar, Walker, Walnut, Walnut Park, Walteria, Watson, Watson Junction, Watts, Wellington Heights, West Arcadia, West Athens, West Covina, West Glendale, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, West Puente Valley, West Rancho Dominguez, West Whittier, Westchester, Westlake Village, Westmont, Westwood, Westwood Village, White Heather, Whittier, Wildasin, Wildwood, Willowbrook, Wilmington, Wilsona Gardens, Windsor Hills, Wingfoot, Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Workman

 

Raccoon Pest Control Animal Attic Boiling Point, Big Pines

Have an animal in your attic? Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Call for a hassle free appointment in Boiling Point or Big Pines

 

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the number below

 

Call (323) 238-4643

Baby Raccoons are now mobile and this is when the problems begins!

Image result for Raccoon pictures

Read on to learn more about Raccoons!

Here I would like to familiarize you with the Raccoon! There playful antics, and personality is something to share with children as they forage for grubs and play in bird baths. But keep your distance from them, as the mother raccoon is extremely protective of her young!

A raccoon is an animal that prefers dim light or darkness. There eyes are adapted to low light conditions, and bright sunlight will hurt its eyes. A raccoon will actually hide its eyes if the sun comes out and is too bright. If you see a raccoon outside on a sunny day, don’t go near it! It is not acting normally, and could be sick!

A raccoon is a medium sized animal found in North America. She gets as big as 50 pounds in some areas, and live as long as 12 years, although the average is 6 years. The female Raccoon can have Baby Raccoons after she is a year old, and has an average litter of four babies. She will have her babies in a hole in the ground, or a hollow tree, or in an attic of a home where she has been on the roof! Raccoons like to climb on roofs and play in trees like monkeys. Most times they will climb tree branches to get on a roof, but sometimes they will climb a support pole, or a gutter down spout to get there. Feeding raccoons can be fun to watch, but may not be such a good idea in the city. Neighbors may blame you for them having a raccoon in an attic. So, make sure before you feed raccoons that your neighbors are alright with it.

Raccoons eating cat food left outside

 

We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals.

Raccoon in Attic

Raccoons in attics will poop and pee all over insulation, and require all insulation to be removed and disinfect, and deoderized. Costing thousands of dollars

Raccoons can get sick, and do carry parasites that you can pick up too. Fleas, ticks, and lice can get picked up from raccoons! Raccoon round worm is an intestinal parasite which raccoons can pass to people. Raccoon Roundworm spores are in the poop of a raccoon (we call them raccoon droppings) These spores can be dried in the raccoon droppings, and blow with the wind when disturbed. It can got into your eye, or lungs, then incubate into a worm!

Pet Raccoons

Most people in Los Angeles look at raccoons as cute playful little creatures. What most people know about raccoons is there telltale mask, and banded tail. Raccoons are cute to watch as many wildlife species are. But when they enter your home, and are living in your attic, is when they become nuisance wildlife.

Los Angeles Raccoons in the wild live on a diet of grains, fruits, and insects. Nearly small rodents, fish, frogs, turtles, shellfish, and pretty much anything else that they can find or kill. This lets them into a class called omnivores. They are opportunistic by nature.

Los Angeles Raccoons in urban settings are also opportunistic. Dog and cat food left on the porch is table fare for the masked bandits. Raccoons need a water source as most animals do. In urban or suburban areas irrigation provides all the water they need. Swimming pools, hot tubs, and water bowls left out for cats and dogs the icing on the cake.

Fruit trees provide raccoons with palm dates, oranges, avocados, apples, plums, and any backyard with a garden has plenty of ripe tomato and grapes for our furry little friends. A loose fitting garbage can lid will be like laying out the welcome mat when he gets the taste for leftovers.

I do not subscribe to the PETA or HSUS way of thinking. I do not believe that we encroached on these animals habitat and they are living in our attics because they have no place to else to live. I find myself looking for raccoons in urban settings, suburban settings, and rural setting. There are many more raccoons in the city then there are in the wild. They are simply learning that it is easier to live in the city. A nice warm attic is better than a hollow tree any day. The carrying capacity of the land is much greater in the city. Carrying capacity of the land determines population. It’s where all the food is where all the shelter is — where the living is easier. It’s no different with people, we want to be where the work is so we can provide for our families.

This doesn’t mean we should let them live in our attics — under our homes — in our wall’s Los Angeles than what. As the damage and possible health risks to your family can be caused by raccoons living in your home. They will not go away on their own, a wildlife professional can determine the correct method, and time to remove raccoons. If the mother raccoon is lethally trapped and babies are left behind it can be a nightmare. Proper protection must be worn to protect yourself from breathing in roundworm spores. A raccoon will defend itself if you get too close. I have seen 20 pound raccoons killed dogs twice their size in less than a minute.

Los Angeles Raccoons to carry rabies, distemper, and a host of other blood-borne illnesses which can be transmitted through a scratch or bite. The Center for disease control website CDC.gov explains all concerns and dangerous with having raccoons in close proximity to your family. Raccoons carry fleas, which are also unwelcome in any home.

So bring your dog dishes in the house and don’t leave the welcome mat out for Mr. raccoon. He may decide to make a hole in your roof and live close to the grocery store — your porch.

So if you Have an animal in your attic? Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Mother Raccoons are getting ready to have babies in attics now. Call for a hassle free appointment, in Boiling Point or Big Pines and get them out!

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

We service the following zip codes:

93513

 

 

Raccoon Pest Control Animal Attic Dudmore, Eagle Rock

Have an animal in your attic? Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Call for a hassle free appointment in Dudmore or Eagle Rock

 

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the number below

Call (323) 238-4643

We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals.

 

Baby Raccoons are now mobile and this is when the problems start!

Image result for Raccoon pictures

Read on to learn more about Raccoons!

Here I would like to familiarize you with the Raccoon! There playful antics, and personality is something to share with children as they forage for grubs and play in bird baths. But keep your distance from them, as the mother raccoon is extremely protective of her young!

A Raccoon is an animal that prefers dim light or darkness. There eyes are adapted to low light conditions, and bright sunlight will hurt its eyes. A Raccoon will actually hide its eyes if the sun comes out and is too bright. If you see a Raccoon outside on a sunny day, don’t go near it! It is not acting normally, and could be sick!

A raccoon is a medium sized animal found in North America. She gets as big as 50 pounds in some areas, and live as long as 12 years, although the average is 6 years. The female Raccoon can have Baby Raccoons after she is a year old, and has an average litter of 4 baby raccoons. She will have her babies in a hole in the ground, or a hollow tree, or in an attic of a home where she has been on the roof! Raccoons like to climb on roofs and play in trees like monkeys. Most times they will climb tree branches to get on a roof, but sometimes they will climb a support pole, or a gutter down spout to get there. Feeding Raccoons can be fun to watch, but may not be such a good idea in the city. Neighbors may blame you for them having a raccoon in an attic. So, make sure before you feed raccoons that your neighbors are alright with it.

 

Raccoons eating cat food left outside

Raccoon in Attic

Raccoons in attics will poop and pee all over insulation, and require all insulation to be removed and disinfect, and deodorized. Costing thousands of dollars

Raccoons can get sick, and do carry parasites that you can pick up too. Fleas, ticks, and lice can get picked up from Raccoons! Raccoon round worm is an intestinal parasite which Raccoons can pass to people. Raccoon Roundworm spores are in the poop of a Raccoon (we call them raccoon droppings) These spores can be dried in the raccoon droppings, and blow with the wind when disturbed. It can got into your eye, or lungs, then incubate into a worm!

Pet Raccoons

Most people in Los Angeles look at Raccoons as cute playful little creatures. What most people know about raccoons is there telltale mask, and banded tail. Raccoons are cute to watch as many wildlife species are. But when they enter your home, and are living in your attic, is when they become nuisance wildlife.

Los Angeles Raccoons in the wild live on a diet of grains, fruits, and insects. Nearly small rodents, fish, frogs, turtles, shellfish, and pretty much anything else that they can find or kill. This lets them into a class called omnivores. They are opportunistic by nature.

Los Angeles Raccoons in urban settings are also opportunistic. Dog and cat food left on the porch is table fare for the masked bandits. Raccoons need a water source as most animals do. In urban or suburban areas irrigation provides all the water they need. Swimming pools, hot tubs, and water bowls left out for cats and dogs the icing on the cake.

Fruit trees provide raccoons with palm dates, oranges, avocados, apples, plums, and any backyard with a garden has plenty of ripe tomato and grapes for our furry little friends. A loosefitting garbage can lid will be like laying out the welcome mat when he gets the taste for leftovers.

I do not subscribe to the PETA or HSUS way of thinking. I do not believe that we encroached on these animals habitat and they are living in our attics because they have no place to else to live. I find myself looking for raccoons in urban settings, suburban settings, and rural setting. There are many more raccoons in the city then there are in the wild. They are simply learning that it is easier to live in the city. A nice warm attic is better than a hollow tree any day. The carrying capacity of the land is much greater in the city. Carrying capacity of the land determines population. It’s where all the food is where all the shelter is — where the living is easier. It’s no different with people, we want to be where the work is so we can provide for our families.

This doesn’t mean we should let them live in our attics — under our homes — in our wall’s Los Angeles than what. As the damage and possible health risks to your family can be caused by raccoons living in your home. They will not go away on their own, a wildlife professional can determine the correct method, and time to remove raccoons. If the mother raccoon is lethally trapped and babies are left behind it can be a nightmare. Proper protection must be worn to protect yourself from breathing in roundworm spores. A raccoon will defend itself if you get too close. I have seen 20 pound raccoons killed dogs twice their size in less than a minute.

Los Angeles Raccoons to carry rabies, distemper, and a host of other blood-borne illnesses which can be transmitted through a scratch or bite. The Center for disease control website CDC.gov explains all concerns and dangerous with having raccoons in close proximity to your family. Raccoons carry fleas, which are also unwelcome in any home.

So bring your dog dishes in the house and don’t leave the welcome mat out for Mr. raccoon. He may decide to make a hole in your roof and live close to the grocery store — your porch.

So if you Have an animal in your attic?Dont bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Mother Raccoons are getting ready to have babies in attics now. Call for a hassle free appointment, in Dudmore or Eagle Rock and get them out!

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

We service the following zip codes:

 

90041

Raccoon Pest Control Animal Attic Del Valle, Delta

Have an animal in your attic? Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Call for a hassle free appointment in Del Valle or Delta

 

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the number below

 

Call (323) 238-4643

Read on to learn more about Raccoons!

Here I would like to familiarize you with the Raccoon! There playful antics, and personality is something to share with children as they forage for grubs and play in bird baths. But keep your distance from them, as the mother raccoon is extremely protective of her young!

A raccoon is an animal that prefers dim light or darkness. There eyes are adapted to low light conditions, and bright sunlight will hurt its eyes. A raccoon will actually hide its eyes if the sun comes out and is too bright. If you see a raccoon outside on a sunny day, dont go near it! It is not acting normally, and could be sick!

A raccoon is a medium sized animal found in North America. She gets as big as 50 pounds in some areas, and live as long as 12 years, although the average is 6 years. The female Raccoon can have Baby Raccoons after she is a year old, and has an average litter of four babies. She will have her babies in a hole in the ground, or a hollow tree, or in an attic of a home where she has been on the roof! Raccoons like to climb on roofs and play in trees like monkeys. Most times they will climb tree branches to get on a roof, but sometimes they will climb a support pole, or a gutter down spout to get there. Feeding raccoons can be fun to watch, but may not be such a good idea in the city. Neighbors may blame you for them having a raccoon in an attic. So, make sure before you feed raccoons that your neighbors are alright with it.

 

We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals.

Raccoons eating cat food left outside

Baby Raccoons are now mobile and this is when the problems begin, so don’t wait call now!

Raccoon in Attic

Raccoons in attics will poop and pee all over insulation, and require all insulation to be removed and disinfect, and deodorized. Costing thousands of dollars

Raccoons can get sick, and do carry parasites that you can pick up too. Fleas, ticks, and lice can get picked up from raccoons! Raccoon round worm is an intestinal parasite which raccoons can pass to people. Raccoon Roundworm spores are in the poop of a raccoon (we call them raccoon droppings) These spores can be dried in the raccoon droppings, and blow with the wind when disturbed. It can got into your eye, or lungs, then incubate into a worm!

Pet Raccoons

Most people in Los Angeles look at raccoons as cute playful little creatures. What most people know about raccoons is there telltale mask, and banded tail. Raccoons are cute to watch as many wildlife species are. But when they enter your home, and are living in your attic, is when they become nuisance wildlife.

Los Angeles Raccoons in the wild live on a diet of grains, fruits, and insects. Nearly small rodents, fish, frogs, turtles, shellfish, and pretty much anything else that they can find or kill. This lets them into a class called omnivores. They are opportunistic by nature.

Los Angeles Raccoons in urban settings are also opportunistic. Dog and cat food left on the porch is table fare for the masked bandits. Raccoons need a water source as most animals do. In urban or suburban areas irrigation provides all the water they need. Swimming pools, hot tubs, and water bowls left out for cats and dogs the icing on the cake.

Fruit trees provide raccoons with palm dates, oranges, avocados, apples, plums, and any backyard with a garden has plenty of ripe tomato and grapes for our furry little friends. A loosefitting garbage can lid will be like laying out the welcome mat when he gets the taste for leftovers.

I do not subscribe to the PETA or HSUS way of thinking. I do not believe that we encroached on these animals habitat and they are living in our attics because they have no place to else to live. I find myself looking for raccoons in urban settings, suburban settings, and rural setting. There are many more raccoons in the city then there are in the wild. They are simply learning that it is easier to live in the city. A nice warm attic is better than a hollow tree any day. The carrying capacity of the land is much greater in the city. Carrying capacity of the land determines population. It’s where all the food is where all the shelter is — where the living is easier. It’s no different with people, we want to be where the work is so we can provide for our families.

This doesn’t mean we should let them live in our attics — under our homes — in our wall’s Los Angeles than what. As the damage and possible health risks to your family can be caused by raccoons living in your home. They will not go away on their own, a wildlife professional can determine the correct method, and time to remove raccoons. If the mother raccoon is lethally trapped and babies are left behind it can be a nightmare. Proper protection must be worn to protect yourself from breathing in roundworm spores. A raccoon will defend itself if you get too close. I have seen 20 pound raccoons killed dogs twice their size in less than a minute.

Los Angeles Raccoons to carry rabies, distemper, and a host of other blood-borne illnesses which can be transmitted through a scratch or bite. The Center for disease control website CDC.gov explains all concerns and dangerous with having raccoons in close proximity to your family. Raccoons carry fleas, which are also unwelcome in any home.

So bring your dog dishes in the house and don’t leave the welcome mat out for Mr. raccoon. He may decide to make a hole in your roof and live close to the grocery store — your porch.

So if you Have an animal in your attic? Don’t bother with a pest control “Bug Guy” We have the permanent solution. Mother Raccoons are getting ready to have babies in attics now. Call for a hassle free appointment, in Del Valle or Delta and get them out!

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

We service the following zip codes:

90610

 

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