Hanover Raccoon Threats

When it comes to keeping your Hanover home clean and safe for your family, you will probably do almost anything. Parents and homeowners try to consider every possible threat that could occur against their home and ways to prevent and deter these threats. But have you ever considered the threat wildlife poses to your home and family? One of the creature that poses the biggest threat to your Hanover home is the raccoon. The raccoon poses several threats to your home and family like:

  • Yard Damage- Raccoons can destroy a yard with their constant activity along with a developing raccoon latrine. This is an area where raccoons return to use the bathroom, creating a breeding ground for disease and bacteria.
  • Home Damage- Raccoons can cause serious damage to your home’s structure. As raccoons continue to come and go from your Hanover home, damage is done to your roof, sidings, and walls. Damage is also caused by the droppings and urine of raccoons.
  • Human Health- Raccoon feces can carry raccoon roundworm, a larva that can attack the central nervous system. Raccoons are also known carriers of rabies, which can be fatal to humans if left untreated.
  • Pet Health- Rabies and raccoon roundworm can also be hazardous to your domestic pets. Left untreated, both can be fatal in dogs and cats.

At Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control, we specialize in the humane removal of raccoons from your Hanover home. We are also able to identify entrance ways raccoons used to enter your home while closing them to prevent future infestation of raccoons. For more information about our wildlife control services, contact us at 443-417-3137 or go to our online contact page. We humanely resolve wildlife dilemmas, no matter how big or small. Let us keep wildlife out of your sight and mind. Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control is here to protect you from invasive wildlife. Our company is fully insured and licensed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Delaware Fish & Game, and Virginia Fish & Game.

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