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Los Angeles ~ Bee Removal & Control ~ 323-238-4643

Call us today for affordable Bee Removal and Control in all cities of Los Angeles!

Anytime Animal Control

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Bee Season is here, so don’t wait call now!

We remove Bee Hives, Bee Swarms, Wasps and Bees inside walls!

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  Bee season is here and this is when Bee Removal and Control services will become important to the citizens of Los Angeles. Honey Bees, Wasps and African Killer Bees will be on the move looking for places to make a hive. We get calls everyday about bees making a hive in the eve’s of homes in Los Angeles. this is a common place for bees to make a hive, but can cause more problems for the home owner if not taken care of. Bees will almost always find their way inside the eve of your home and gain access to your attic. This is not a good situation because now the bees are inside your home. You should call a Bee Removal Professional when you notice a Bee Hive that is attached to your home, because the hive will only get bigger. The queen bee can lay up to a thousand eggs a day. Bees are very aggressive when they have a hive to protect. This is why it’s important not to try to remove or spray a hive yourself. You may only see 20 or 30 bees outside the hive but there are hundreds inside that will attack you if disturbed. Our Bee keeper can remove the bees and the hive safely so no one gets stung. Killer Bees look very similar to Honey Bees but are much more dangerous than a average bee. Killer Bees will chase a person for blocks in Los Angeles while stinging you the whole time. This is why you should call a Bee Removal professional if you don’t know what type of bees you are dealing with! Our bee keeper always tries to remove the bees alive if possible and relocate them where they can do some good for the farmers in Los Angeles. This is a big part of Bee Control in California.

Bee Swarms

  If you discover a large ball of bees on your property in Los Angeles but don’t see a hive, this is called a swarm. Bee swarms are commonly found in a tree or bush. Bee swarms are bees that split from the hive because it became too crowded. These bees aren’t as aggressive because they have no hive to protect. Bee swarms will usually only hang around for a day or so and move on. If you have a swarm that’s been there for more than a couple of days, then this is a good time to call a bee removal professional to have it removed before the bees establish a hive on your property in Los Angeles. It will be much cheaper for a home owner to have a swarm removed rather than a hive because the bees won’t be as aggressive when the bee keeper removes them.

 

 Call us for affordable Bee Removal and Control in ALL Cities of Los Angeles! We have offices in: Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange and Riverside counties!

 

 

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

Skunk Control and Removal ~ Anaheim

Our company provides humane Control and Removal of Skunks in Anaheim!

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

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  Skunk in Los Angeles

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Baby Skunks are now mobile and able to spray!

Breeding season has started and Skunks have given birth all over Los Angeles. If you live in Anaheim, California and are having Skunk problems this is not uncommon. More skunks are coming into the city of Anaheim looking for food, water and shelter. Wild fires, floods, drought and urban development force these animals to look else where what they need to survive. Skunk control can be helped by the citizens of Anaheim. Skunks are scavengers when it comes to your garbage. If your garbage isn’t secured in a tight container, skunks will rip it apart looking for something to eat. Skunks also love to eat pet food, so keeping your pet food inside at night is a good idea. Pet food left outside on a regular basis will attract skunks and other wild animals to your yard. Skunks will also cause damage to your yard. Skunks will dig up your grass looking for grubs that they like to eat. If you find little holes dug all over your lawn then you probably have a skunk living in your yard or roaming the neighborhood. If you have a vegetable garden they will take and eat whatever they want while you are sleeping. Skunks also like to make a den under your house in Anaheim. This can be bad especially when they decide to spray under your house. Skunk spray is very strong and can take days for the smell to go away. It is important to call a professional skunk trapper as soon as you discover you have a skunk hanging out in your yard on a regular basis. Skunks aren’t afraid of dogs or cats, if chased they will just spray them. Skunk spray can blind your pet if it gets into their eyes. If you are having a skunk odor problem our Skunk Removal professional can help with that too. When skunks spray under your house or close to it, this can cause your home to become unbearable to stay in. Our company has developed a machine that get your home smelling like new in just 24 hours! Removal of the skunk is the first step, then we can get the odor problem under control in your home in Anaheim. Whatever skunk issue that you are having we can take care of it! Give us a call today for Skunk Control and Removal in Anaheim, California.

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

Call us for affordable Skunk Control and Removal in all cities of Los Angeles!

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

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

Skunk Removal and Control Los Angeles

Skunk Removal and Control Los Angeles

 

Our company provides humane Removal and Control of Skunks in all cities of Los Angeles. Call us today for a FREE price quote!

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the phone number below

Call (323) 238-4643

 

Baby Skunks are now mobile and able to spray!

  Skunk in Los Angeles

 

If you live in Los Angeles California and are having Skunk problems this is not uncommon. Breeding season is here and Skunks have given birth. More Skunks are coming into the city of Los Angeles looking for food, water and shelter. Wild fires, floods, drought and urban development force these animals to look else where what they need to survive. Skunk control can be helped by the citizens of Los Angeles. Skunks are scavengers when it comes to your garbage. If your garbage isn’t secured in a tight container, skunks will rip it apart looking for something to eat. Skunks also love to eat pet food, so keeping your pet food inside at night is a good idea. Pet food left outside on a regular basis will attract Skunks and other wild animals to your yard. Skunks will also cause damage to your yard. Skunks will dig up your grass looking for grubs that they like to eat. If you find little holes dug all over your lawn then you probably have a Skunk living in your yard or roaming the neighborhood. If you have a vegetable garden they will take and eat whatever they want while you are sleeping. Skunks also like to make a den under your house in Los Angeles. This can be bad especially when they decide to spray under your house. Skunk spray is very strong and can take days for the smell to go away. It is important to call a skunk removal professional as soon as you discover you have a Skunk hanging out in your yard on a regular basis. Skunks aren’t afraid of dogs or cats, if chased they will just spray them. Skunk spray can blind your pet if it gets into their eyes. If you are having a Skunk odor problem our Skunk Control professional can help with that too. When skunks spray under your house or close to it, this can cause your home to become unbearable to stay in. Our company has developed a machine that get your home smelling like new in just 24 hours! Removal of the skunk is the first step, then we can get the odor problem under control in your home in Los Angeles. Whatever skunk issue that you are having we can take care of it! Give us a call today for affordable Skunk Removal and Control in Los Angeles.

323-238-4643

We have offices in: Long Beach, Palos Verdes, Beverly Hills, Silverlake, Anaheim, Burbank and Malibu.

 

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

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

Raccoon Control Los Angeles

Anytime Animal Control

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We are a private Wildlife Removal Company, we are a paid service and we DO NOT rescue injured animals or handle Domestic Animal issues.

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Call us for affordable Raccoon Control in Los Angeles!!

 Raccoon on roof in Los Angeles

Breeding season is here and Raccoons have given birth. This is the time of year when the damage to homes begins for the citizens of Los Angeles. Females are looking for a place to have their babies. The most common places are in a crawl space or in the attic. They want a nice cool and dark place safe from predators and humans. If you are hearing scratching or loud noises coming from the attic or under your home this is a good time to call a Raccoon Control professional.

Raccoon Control is needed when Raccoons are ruining lawns, eating Koi fish, walking on roofs, nesting in attic, and just plain out of control. Raccoons can be a tough customer, and we as a Raccoon Control company need to be equally tough, and smarter too! But the city animal control is not going to take care of this because they are only trained to deal with dogs and cats. If its on private property, its a private issue, and you should get a private Raccoon Control company. I have offices in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Long Beach, Anaheim, Beverly Hills, Torrance, San Francisco and Orange County. Call us seven days a week for Raccoon Control in your area.

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Raccoons are causing problems in all cities of Los Angeles, so Raccoon Control is becoming  important to the citizens of Los Angeles. Here’s why…

Raccoons eat just about anything. That makes them omnivores. Ill write down a raccoon Menu but it is mainly whatever is close by, and easiest to get Crawfish, fish, mice, rats, eggs, birds, snakes, snails, bats, are all part of the moving meals old man raccoon could go after. Now lets go over the veggie tray shall we? We have plenty of backyard vegetable gardens for the gangs of raccoons to get into. Fences don’t stop them, as they can climb like a monkey. Tomatoes, strawberries, blueberries, even beans and squash will do in a pinch. They can clear out your garden in no time. Call us and we can trap and relocate these pesty animals before they destroy your garden or destroy your yard. Our dispatcher Kim will answer any questions you may have and put you in contact with a Raccoon Control professional.

Now lets talk about what that animal is going to eat because it is put there by you or your neighbors. Dog food, cat food, grain left out for bird feeders, tallow left out so winter birds can survive the winter, and sugar water left out for the humming birds. Nothing is safe from a raccoon. Keep any sources of food inside at night because this is what attracts wild animals to your yard. Keeping your pets inside at night is a good idea if you have seen raccoons in your neighborhood. A raccoon can get very aggressive and kill a dog or cat. Keeping your garbage in a tight and secure container will help a lot. If a raccoon is hungry and there is no garden to raid or pet food to eat he will try to get into your trash. We can help with all of your raccoon issues, give us a call today!

800-714-8727

  Raccoon in a trap

All we can do is control the environment, and provide raccoon control via. population control. By controlling the raccoons environment, I mean that he is there for a reason. And we need to take away that reason. Controlling a raccoons access to food sources and water sources is taking the keys to the grocery store. Tight fitting lids on garbage cans, controlling raccoons access to bird feeders, and not feeding animals outside after dark is a good start.

Raccoons NEED a water supply too! So we need to control raccoons access to water. Bird baths, swimming pools, Koi Ponds all attract raccoons. Controlling raccoons access to something as large as a pool can be a challenge because of the animals ability to climb, but low voltage electric wire is always an option.

In the event that our raccoon control efforts are of a type where the habitat modification wont work, I have to admit that we are going to have to use population reduction as a method of raccoon control. In this case, we use humane traps in order to get them captured, and where ever possible, we relocate raccoons to an area where he can be a raccoon, without the problems of human intervention. I have to admit, there are more raccoons in the city than in the country. But there’s more opportunity too, same as people. They take what we offer them. Raccoons act like a three year old kid, they like to play in your yard and even on roofs. This behavior is not uncommon. Just give us a call for affordable Raccoon Control. We service ALL CITIES of Los Angeles, Sacramento, Orange county and San Diego.

Raccoon Control is needed when raccoons are ruining lawns, eating Koi fish, walking on roofs, nesting in attic, and just plain out of control. Raccoons can be a tough customer, and we as a raccoon control company need to be equally tough, and smarter too! But the county isn’t going to be taking care of these raccoons. If its on private property, its a private issue, and you should get a private raccoon control company. I have offices in San Diego, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Orange county, San Francisco, Long Beach, Anaheim, Torrance and Beverly Hills. We are open seven days a week to assist you in trapping and relocating these pesty animals!

Call Us Toll Free Anytime!

800-714-8727

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

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 Downey, Duarte

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 Downey or Duarte.

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the phone number below

Call (323) 238-4643

 

 

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

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.

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?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 Downey, Duarte and get them out! We are a affordable raccoon pest control company and we service all cities of Los Angeles!

We service the following zip codes:

91008, 91009, 91010, 90239, 90240, 90241, 90242

Raccoon Pest Control Animal Attic East Los Angeles,East Pasadena

Have an animal in your attic?  Call for a hassle free appointment in East Los Angeles or East Pasadena!

Anytime Animal Control

800-714-8727

Mobile devices click on the phone number below

Call (323) 238-4643

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

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! Raccoons are not afraid of people or pets!

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 can be very destructive animals. Leaving your pet’s food out at night is not a good idea if you don’t want a raccoon hanging around. If you have a raccoon on your property you will need to call a Raccoon Pest Control Company because these animals are very aggressive and not easily scared away.

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? 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 East Los Angeles or East Pasadena and get them out!

 

800-714-8727 

 

 We service the following zip codes :

90022

 

 

 

Animal Attic Raccoon Pest Control El Monte, El Nido

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 El Monte or El Nido 

 

Anytime Animal Control

323-238-4643

 

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

Read on to learn more about Raccoons! 

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.

800-714-8727

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

 

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 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 El Monte or El Nido and get them out! 800-714-8727

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.

Call us for affordable Raccoon Control in all cities of Los Angeles!

 We service the following zip codes:

91731, 91732, 91733, 91734, 91735, 95317

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