a raccoon

Coons can be real home wreckers. They might look really cute, but they can be very aggressive if cornered. If they take up residence in your home or business, the mess they leave behind can be unspeakable, depending on what they have been eating. Their feces can be a cocktail of coccidiosis, leptospirosis and distemper, any of which your pets can contract from them. In addition, raccoon roundworms that can attack humans. If this wasn’t enough to make these mask-faced marauders troublesome, it’s well known that they carry rabies.

The Critter Guy doesn’t wish to scare the do-it-yourselfers, but we recommend you look into preventative rabies shots at the very least if you wish to tackle raccoon removals yourself.

We are well versed in many methods of removal, from trapping to good old-fashioned hand grabbing (as long as they are too young to have teeth!) After the Critter Guy has removed the coons, we will recommend ways to keep the coons sealed out and gone for good. The Critter Guy can take care of clean up too.

If you need professional nuisance raccoon removal services, please give us a call!