Raccoon Removal MN | Raccoon Exterminator ServicesIf you have a raccoon in your home, it’s imperative that you take action quickly. In terms of pests and unwanted guests in your space, raccoons may be at the top of your list. They are savages. Even just outside of your property, they will knock over your garbage cans, tear up your lawn, terrorize your pets and leave feces that may carry parasites that can be transferred to you or your pets. So, can you even fathom the damage done inside your home? Racoons like to take refuge in your chimney, attics, and even under the house. Known for carrying diseases like roundworms, fleas, paravirus and even rabies, these aren’t animals that are okay to be left alone in the house. Not only do they pose a serious health risk, but they will breed and create a nice family very quickly. They are highly motivated, intelligent and can be quite creative and destructive in terms of finding avenues to avoiding capture. If you have a raccoon in your home already or perhaps a few raccoons lurking around your MN property, Minnesota Wild Animal Management can help.

Raccoon Removal Services

When you call our experts, we will find a convenient time to meet with you at your property. We will assess your raccoon problem and make our recommendation on raccoon removal. These animals, especially the young ones, can be very precarious and difficult to remove. When they place themselves in tight areas, it is up to our staff to remove them safely and effectively. At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, your safety and the safety of our professionals is taken seriously. We perform all the right steps to ensure the safe, humane and efficient removal.

Raccoon Prevention

Once your raccoon problem has been resolved, we will then take the proper steps to ensure that they will not return. We will make all the necessary repairs to the current damage they have done, and we will place preventative measures to guarantee that they will not return again. All of our services here at Minnesota Wild Animal Management are backed with the strongest warranty in the pest control industry. We guarantee our preventative services for two years!

So if you find yourself in the unfortunate situation where raccoons are invading your space, let your local pest control professionals handle the job for you. For more information about raccoon removal in Minnesota and all of our services here at Minnesota WIld Animal Management, give us a call today at (763) 785-1414.

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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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