Raccoons, Part III

Raccoons can harm your family pets in many ways in addition to causing harm to your yard and home, and spreading diseases to humans.

Raccoons can carry Aleutians disease, which slowly kills minks and ferrets.  They may also carry a slightly different strain of this disease, the parvovirus, which affects dogs and cats.  The parvovirus can ultimately lead to your dog or cat’s death, even if they are immunized against it.

If you have noticed unexplained damage to your garden or fruit trees, garbage cans or dumpsters tipped over, damage to your roof or siding and/or a growling or sometimes whining noise in your attic or chimney, it may be time to call for help.  At Minnesota Animal Management, we can tell you if your problem is raccoons and remove any animal pest(s) you may have in a humane manner.  We will also fix any damage that the pest(s) may have caused and ensure they do not return.

If you suspect you have a raccoon problem, call Minnesota Wild Animal Management. today.  (612) 237-8282 : (651) 633-8600 : (763) 785-1414 : (952) 881-6662

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