01 Raccoon Removal

Raccoon Removal & Trapping in Dallas & Houston

Raccoon Removal

Facts About Raccoons

  • Raccoons carry a parasite in their feces known as Baylisascaris, or more commonly raccoon roundworm, which can cause blindness and death in humans.
  • Raccoons are the largest carriers of the rabies virus in the eastern USA.
  • Raccoons are nocturnal and often find their way into people’s homes for shelter and a safe haven for nesting.
  • Raccoons are very clever and often find ways around traps and have adapted to living near humans very well.
  • Raccoons are very skilled at hunting aquatic animals but in urban areas are typically scavengers and will eat anything they can get a hold of.
  • Raccoons are known to have a bit of a sweet-tooth and love sweets of all kinds.
  • Raccoons can have litters of up to 7 pups.

Raccoon Removal Company

Raccoons are found throughout all of North America and love to find a way into home attics and business buildings. When raccoons take up residence in your Dallas, Texas home or business they will cause extensive damage by defecating and urinating throughout the attic. In short order, raccoons can create a harmful environment for you and your family to live in.

Trapping USA will perform a live removal of the raccoons from your home or business. Trapping USA also provides the services to clean and sanitize the attic or crawl spaces to ensure your family’s health and wellbeing. Call Trapping USA and a raccoon specialist will come out to your Dallas, Texas home or business to solve your Dallas, Texas raccoon problem today!

We service residential and commercial customers throughout North Texas in towns such as Addison, Allen, Arlington, Carrollton, The Colony, Dallas, Flower Mound, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Irving, Lewisville, McKinney, Plano, Prosper, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett and more!

Raccoon Prevention Tips

Raccoons are often considered annoying. Some people find them cute, but most consider them pests. They show up uninvited, eat leftovers out of the garbage, and typically make a mess. They’re one of the last animals you want in your home or garden. If you do have a raccoon infestation, contact the professionals at Trapping USA immediately. Otherwise, consider prevention, first and foremost.

  • Seal your garbage cans tight. Raccoons do have opposable thumbs and can remove a loose lid. The best covers have a lock with handles or clamps.
  • Do not feed them. If you have pets, feed them during the day and do not leave any food or water dishes outdoors. Raccoons are likely to use them at night.
  • Control access. Block off any access to your home, including chimneys, attic vents, or seams along the roof or baseboards.
  • Traps. In extreme cases, consider using traps. Wherever possible, use humane animal traps.

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Have a raccoon problem on your property or near your business? Call Trapping USA at (469) 481-6552 in North Texas, (832) 474-7755 in Houston or contact us online!

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