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Many homeowners are bothered by rodents and other household invaders but don’t want to kill the creepy crawlies that have taken up residence in their home. For these individuals, humane pest control is an effective, safe option that removes wildlife from the home without harm. These are some of the humane wildlife control options to consider.
When it comes to choosing a wildlife management and pest control company, it’s important to look for a company that not only provides efficient service but is also humane in its treatment of wildlife. While it is often necessary to prevent interactions between humans and certain animals like mice, skunks, raccoons, and others, these creatures do not deserve to be exterminated simply for crossing paths with people. Humane wildlife management also reduces the risk that injured or frightened, and therefore dangerous, animals will be on the loose.
They may be cute, but northern flying squirrels are not creatures any homeowner should want inside. Like most wild animals, these squirrels can quickly become a nuisance and cause property damage once an infestation starts. Here are some of the signs that it may be time to contact a squirrel removal professional to remedy an infestation in the attic.
There’s nothing quite like settling in for the night only to hear some unidentified creature scratching in the attic. From the sounds of commotion to fears of damage and disease, it’s hard to feel comfortable knowing there’s a raccoon in the attic. Here’s a plan of action for when a raccoon makes its way indoors—and how to prevent it from happening again.
Raccoons are a common problem for Massachusetts homeowners, whether they reside in rural, urban, or suburban settings. These preventive tips can ward off raccoon infestations and protect against the spread of serious diseases to humans and pets.