Beaver Removal in the Twin Cities Metro Area, Part II

Beavers can quickly cause serious damage to your home or property, but did you know that beavers are also the known carriers of many diseases which affect humans?

Giardia lamblia, also called Giardiasis, is an intestinal parasite which is transmitted to humans from beavers through the water supply.  If you swim or wade in water near a beaver dam, chances are you will contract this parasite.  It is estimated that up to 2.5 million cases occur each year.  Children are the most often and easily affected; however those with immune disorders can very easily become ill also.  Giardia lamblia can most certainly cause stomach cramping, diarrhea, nausea with or without vomiting and fatigue.

If you have seen a beaver den or dam near your home and are concerned about your health and the health of those around you, give us a call today.  We at Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. are experts at the humane removal of beavers that may be causing illness for you and your loved ones.

We will also take steps to ensure the beavers do not return to your property.  Call Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc. today at:

(612) 386-1289 : (763) 785-1414 : (763) 785-1414 : (952) 881-6662

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