Do you have a raccoon problem?
We can help. Once a reliable shelter or food source has been discovered, raccoons will return as often as possible to reap the benefits. These intelligent animals have proved to be a challenge for many homeowners. If a raccoon problem goes unchecked for a long time, these ferocious animals will make a habit of moving in and settling down in or around your home. Raccoons are omnivores and will eat plants and other animals, including fruits, nuts, fish, berries, turtles, insects, frogs, mice, rabbits, muskrats and bird eggs. They do not hibernate, but they do sleep in dens during severe weather. Raccoons usually have one litter per year. One litter may contain between three and five young.
12 years is the life expectancy of a raccoon in the wild and longer, if around humans. Raccoons can carry rabies which is an infectious lethal disease. Rabies is caused by a neurotropic virus carried in the saliva and transmitted via a bite. Among the main symptoms are a general sickly appearance, abnormal vocalization, aggressiveness, and impaired mobility. If you come across a raccoon on or around your property, call a professional as soon as possible to remove it. All City Animal Trapping has been servicing San Bernardino for over 20 years. Call us today. We are the professionals in the industry.
Things to consider when dealing with a raccoon problem:
- Unfortunately, there are no registered or effective raccoon repellents.
- You want to eliminate whatever is attracting them to your property.
- In the wild, a raccoon has a life expectancy of about 2 to 3 years, but in captivity, a raccoon can live up to 20 years.
- A raccoon can run at speeds of up to 15 miles per hour
- Raccoons can carry several different types of parasites and diseases such as tapeworms, roundworms, fleas, distemper, ticks, tuberculosis, lice, and rabies.
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Getting rid of raccoons can be an arduous task. These clever critters are hard to remove. They often find some of the tightest places to build their homes. But not to worry, our professionals at All City Animal Trapping have the tricks and tools to remove raccoons in a safe and humane manner. Once we have trapped and removed the raccoons, we repair any damage that they have done to your property.
We also clean, disinfect and decontaminate the affected areas, leaving nothing behind. This ensures that you, your family and your pets are safe from any diseases in the feces or droppings of the raccoons. Finally, we shore up any and all holes in your home so that raccoons cannot get back into your San Bernardino home or office. Take care of your raccoon problem today and give All City Animal Trapping a call.