AAA Professional Wildlife Control for Raccoon Removal

Raccoon Dens in Your Home and Pet Food for Dinner

Raccoons living in urban and residential areas often establish their dens in snug places in your attic, chimney, garage or shed and under your porch or deck. They breed from January to April, and have litters averaging 4 to 6 young that rapidly grow as a population in your house and neighbourhood. Young raccoons are mobile at 7 to 8 weeks old.


Raccoons are nocturnal – sleeping all day and active at night. Plus, raccoons eat almost anything, from bugs to berries. They especially appreciate any food humans leave around, including from


• Dumpsters and Garbage Cans

• Compost Piles

• Pet Food Bowls Left Outside

Raccoons

Raccoons Carry Diseases and Damage Your Home

In making their way into and out of your home, raccoons can damage your roof, fascia, and bathroom vent pipe flashing, plus attic insulation and electrical wiring. Other safety concerns are the diseases raccoons can carry and leave in your home in their droppings, especially in attic insulation. AAA Professional Wildlife Control removes raccoons from your residence to lessen the risk of


• Rabies

• Canine and Feline Distemper

• Roundworm Contagious to Humans

• Leptospirosis and Giardiasis