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Is a Raccoon a Rodent?

Uh oh! You found a colony of raccoons living in or around your property! But before you pick up the phone to contact a local pest control company, you should know that raccoons are not rodents. You see, a rodent … Continue reading

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Will Raccoons Hurt My Cat?

If you have outdoor pets, especially cats, wildlife interference is something to seriously consider. Cats are more prone to animal confrontations since they can jump and climb onto structures that dogs and other pets cannot reach. As a result, cats … Continue reading

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How to Get Rid of Raccoons in a Barn

Barns serve many important purposes, especially when they house livestock. With such valuables inside your barn, it is can be quite distressing discovering animal damages inside. Boats, equipment, tools, cars, furniture, lumber, materials, and more can all be destroyed by … Continue reading

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Choosing Between a Liquid or Granular Repellent for Raccoons

When nuisance raccoons have you feeling hopeless and helpless, perhaps it is time to consider your options for safe and humane raccoon control. There are several things you can do to make your property less attractive to raccoons, primarily environmental … Continue reading

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Can I Hunt Wild Raccoons in Kentucky?

Hunting is a favored pastime for millions of people all over the world. From exotic jungles and desert plains, to dense forests, cavernous mountains, rushing rivers, and more, hunting is a communal effort for both survival and pleasure. It is … Continue reading

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How Do Raccoons Get Inside Homes?

When raccoons invade a house, they go on to cause a long list of structural damages. Not only do they rip through insulation, floorboards, electrical wiring, and window screens, they also soil and saturate everything in sight with their droppings … Continue reading

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Will an Outdoor Cat Keep Raccoons Away?

Perhaps you have a barn cat. Or just a pet cat that knows exactly where home is, but wanders around outside exploring as they please. Regardless of your cat situation, if they are an outdoor pet, is it likely that … Continue reading

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FAQS About Raccoon Removal and Control

The evidence of nuisance raccoon activity is usually very obvious. Raccoons leave behind recognizable clues that give away their presence.  Paw prints, droppings, rummaged trash, and more are all signs that suggest you may have raccoons in or around your … Continue reading

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How to Recognize a Rabid Raccoon

One of the biggest concerns among homeowners who frequently spot raccoons on their property is the risk of being exposed to Rabies. This is a reasonable concern considering raccoons are common carriers of the rabies virus. To put your mind … Continue reading

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Odd Places You Might Find Raccoons Nesting

Raccoons are not a hibernating species. However, they do exhibit behaviors that are quite similar to hibernation, but for the majority of the years, raccoons remain active and curious. But even though raccoons do not enter a state of hibernacula … Continue reading

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