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Raccoon knocked down the garbage can


Young Opossum




Raccoons make up a big percentage of animal damage control work. They adapt well to new subdivisions and will eat a huge variety of foods. Raccoons are nocturnal and you rarely see one during the day. A raccoon spotted during the day and moving slowly is a sick raccoon! Do not touch it or go near it!  Raccoons will take up residence in attics, in house soffits, and down the chimney on the smoke-shelf of the fireplace! We have years of experience removing raccoons and their babies. They look cute, but they can cause thousands of dollars in damage to a home. If you would like to learn all about raccoons, click on the picture above.


Is it "Opossum" or just "Possum"? Actually it is   both! Spell it with the "O" in front but leave that "o" out when you say the word! Opossums have been around forever. They eat anything that they can get their paws on, and that includes other dead opossums! Their long pinkish smooth tail reminds people of a rat tail. Opossums are nocturnal and will eat your pet food or any trash that may be accessible. They are good climbers and we frequently find them in garages and also up in the framework of mobile homes. On one recent call, the homeowner stuck his hand into a soda carton to get a can of soda and instead grabbed a handful of fur from a very surprised opossum that had crawled inside! To learn more about opossums, click on the picture above. Most everyone knows a bit about skunks! We get quite a few jobs trapping skunks and we actually like the little guys - as long as they don't spray! Fortunately our methods of capture are as such that we take the skunks away without a spray! Skunks are nocturnal and will eat everything from seeds to grubs to your pet food. At times we are able to remove the skunk the same day but usually the next day or two sees the skunk in a trap waving goodbye to you. If you would like to learn more about skunks, click on the picture above.



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