Raccoons can cause damage to your home and property. Regal Pest Control specializes in raccoon trapping and control services. Our licensed wildlife professionals will remove the raccoons from your home or property in a safe and professional manner. Hiring a wildlife control professional ensures that the correct traps and baits are used, which minimizes the chance of catching domestic pets and other non-target animals and is often safer for the raccoons we are trapping.
Raccoons have a distinct appearance. They have a black mask and a ringed bushy tail. Raccoons can weigh between 10 and 25 pounds.
4″ hind feet, 2.5″ front feet
Live traps are used to remove nuisance raccoons. In many counties, it is illegal to release raccoons on public land.
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Rabies, Baylisascaris procyonis, Giardiasis, Leptospirosis, bacterial diseases (E. Coli and Salmonella), fungus and rare parasites.
Animal Live Traps
Live traps are designed to capture the animal without physically harming the animal. These traps are our preferred method for removing animals. Animal live traps work by using a trap door which is propped open and a trigger-plate that is located between a non-poisonous bait and the trap door. By using a live animal trap that is appropriately-sized for the target animal, we can effectively capture the animal in the trap without physically harming the animal. For more information about the services we offer, please call us at 1-866-453-7221 or you can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can send us a text message at 734-335-0219.
Other Removal Methods and Prevention
Our wildlife management professionals will always use the most humane methods possible when removing animals from your home or business. Live traps are used as often as possible. In the event that the use of live-traps are not appropriate, either due to the location or physical condition of the animal, Regal Pest Control strictly follows the guidelines and laws, provided by the state, when addressing these types of situations. While searching for food and shelter, animals can end up getting into chimneys, attics and crawlspaces. By checking or installing chimney caps, trimming back any tree limbs close to your roof, inspecting for gaps around roof flashing and by inspecting for any other entry-points around your home, you can minimize potential wildlife issues in your home or business.