Do you have a raccoon problem at your home or business?
We go straight for the permanent fix, removing the raccoon and preventing re-entry in one efficient, ethical service.
Raccoon Services with Permanent Results
We aim to solve your problem as quickly as we can, shake hands and go our separate ways.
We have found that reputation, loyal customers, and volume outpaces the industry-standard model of pushing recurring, ineffective services. Plus, it's ethical.
Metro Vancouver's raccoon removal specialists
Our technicians are expertly trained with wildlife handling and husbandry, and we take pride in being skilled and capable handymen with a wide range of skill sets. Raccoons can be in your attic, crawl space, wall, or even in the living space - we will come up with an effective plan on the spot and ensure humane removal. Additionally, all of our raccoon-proofing efforts will be appealing to the eye, permanent, and guaranteed.
Raccoon relocation is not humane
Indisputably proven by science, when you relocate a raccoon (or similar species) outside of its home range, you are most likely not only breaking up a family, but statistically, you are also condemning that animal to death. Knowing this, relocation must be considered similar to lethal trapping methods.
It is unfortunate that relocation is the industry-standard response to families of raccoons foraging for grubs in lawns, regardless of how disrupting and damaging they are. We understand that this can be a difficult situation, but raccoons are here to stay so we have to start doing this differently.
Humane Solutions has instant and permanent removal services for raccoons accessing structures, and a variety of services for managing raccoons that happen to make themselves a nuisance outside.
Raccoon problems that persist after all human activities and available resources are addressed can be considered for physical live-trapping and relocation.
Raccoons Can Pose a Health Risk
Rabies is a preventable viral disease typically transmitted amongst mammals through the bite of a rabid animal. The vast majority of rabies cases reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) each year occur in wild animals such as raccoons, skunks, bats and foxes.
The rabies virus infects the central nervous system, ultimately causing brain disease & death. The earliest symptoms of rabies in humans are similar to many other illnesses, including fever, headache, and general weakness. As the disease progresses, more specific symptoms appear such as insomnia, anxiety, confusion, slight or partial paralysis, excitation, hallucinations, agitation, hypersalivation (increase in saliva), difficulty swallowing and hydrophobia (fear of water). Death usually occurs within days of the onset of these symptoms.
Click here to visit the CDC website for more information.
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