Raccoon Removal MNFrom a distance, they might appear as cute and fluffy as stuffed animals, but raccoons can be messy and dangerous. They’ll eat just about anything ranging from insects to vegetables, and even dead animals, and raccoons are well known for finding their ways into garbage cans in St. Paul. If raccoons are around your home in St. Paul, we can help to drive them out and keep them out!  For the most effective raccoon removal service in St. Paul, call Minnesota Wild Animal Management, the humane animal removal experts in St. Paul.

Have You Seen Raccoons In St. Paul?

Raccoons are mostly nocturnal, so you may not have actually spotted any raccoons on your St. Paul property, but you might have seen evidence that raccoons have been on your property looking for food. Raccoons can make a major mess around your house, and they can do a lot of damage to your property in search of food. If you have awakened in the morning to tipped trash cans and garbage everywhere, chances are, you’ve got a raccoon problem.  If you’ve noticed that the lid to your trash can has been gnawed open, you’ve probably got a raccoon problem.

Are Raccoons Living In Your St. Paul Home?

Raccoons won’t stop at eating leftovers from your trash cans, they also like to let themselves into homes!  That’s right, raccoons create nests in chimneys and attic spaces, among other cozy spots they might find in your house or building. The problem with raccoons living in your St. Paul home or business is that they can carry diseases that can be spread to people and pets.  We don’t recommend that you attempt to capture or chase away a raccoon from your home, they can become aggressive and bite or scratch. Leave this to the raccoon removal experts at Minnesota Wild Animal Management who know exactly how to handle safely capturing and removing raccoons from St. Paul homes.

Raccoon Damage Repair

At Minnesota Wild Animal Management Inc., we go a step further than simply removing raccoons from homes and buildings. We take proper action to prevent raccoons from finding their way into your home again. We will work to find the entry point and properly seal it off from attempts from raccoons. And don’t you bother stressing about how to take care of the damage that raccoons have done to your property and home, we are the experts in St. Paul raccoon home damage repairs.

If you have a raccoon that has invaded your St Paul home or property, or if you suspect that raccoons are the cause of damage to your St. Paul home or property, call us today at (612) 386-1289.

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our employees and our customers are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of each.

As deemed by the Minnesota State Government and the MN Dept of Health, we are a essential business, and will remain open and in full operation.

In addition to our standard levels of sterilization and disinfection between each customer visit, our technicians are disinfecting themselves and equipment throughout the day.

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