Just as human beings tend to spend more time outdoors when the weather is warm, so too do our furry friends. And, just as human beings tend to spend more time indoors when the weather turns colder, rainier, icier, and snowier, so too do our furry friends. There is a major distinction, however, between us and our furry friends: These critters do not have the ability to build modern homes with central heating and soft, cushy places to sleep
Have you gone to take the trash out at night recently and come into contact with a raccoon on your property? These animals are always on the hunt for scraps, trash, etc. They are very destructive animals that can cause damage and create a mess on your property. The last thing you should do as a homeowner is to try to remove this raccoon from your property on your own. If you have a raccoon hanging around your Minnesota property, reach out to our team at Minnesota Wild Animal Management and take advantage of our safe and humane raccoon removal services.
Sure, there are ways to get rid of a raccoon from your property, but they likely aren’t humane. Our experienced animal removal professionals have a passion for helping homeowners remove raccoons and other unwanted animals from their property
As adorable as raccoons can be, it’s important to keep our distance from them. Raccoons are attracted to common foods that we consume. From garbage cans and pet foods to simply just a safe space to live, if raccoons are attracted to and around your home, it will not be long before they make their way in. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, we are both a preventative and wild animal removal company in Minnesota. If you have a raccoon problem, we are here to help.
Raccoons are very interesting animals. They are omnivores, meaning that they eat plants and animals. They are curious and smart, and their love of food leads them to garbage cans and dumpsters all around us. Raccoons are generally recognizable because of their black mask on their face and the black rings around their tales. They are about 12” tall, 24-38” tall and weigh between 15-20 lbs. Raccoons have dexterous front paws that act like hands and they use them to access food in gardens, garbage cans in and around our homes. These paws can open doors, lids and even jars, and, when a raccoon finds a food source, it may continue to come back over and over, leaving a big mess behind. Raccoons also transmit disease to humans and pets, so it is important to take care of a raccoon problem quickly, if you have one. Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. can help you manage a raccoon problem once and for all.