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Texas Rodent Masters | Dallas | Texas | Rodent Removal | Raccoons | House

RACCOONS ARE SO CUTE BUT SO DESTRUCTIVE

They Don't Care That It's Your Home, They Just Want To Live There Too!
RACCOONS ARE CUTE BUT ARE A PROBLEM

Raccoons are easy to recognize with their distinctive black mask that resembles a burglar mask. Adults range from 10 lbs and up, with some reaching over 40 lbs. They can live up to 12 years in the wild, though average life spans average closer to 5-6 years. Raccoons mate in the winter, around December, and the females give birth to an average of 3-5 babies. A mother raccoon is very protective of its litter, and can attack, usually born in the spring time. Like many mammals, they are primarily nocturnal, though some people spot them during the day, often when in search of food. They will eat almost anything they can get their hands on.


Raccoons are very common in the Dallas Texas area. They are well adapted for survival in cities. They are excellent climbers, and they have very nimble hands. They are also strong, and they often explore, tearing new areas open in search of food and shelter. They like to nest in trees, but they love to make dens in attics, in walls and ceilings of a home sometimes causing extensive costly damage.


The only way of getting rid of raccoons is through trapping and removal of the animal. If you have raccoons in your attic, it's important that the removal exterminator search for a litter of baby raccoons, and remove them by hand before trapping and removing the female raccoon. If it's just raccoons outside causing trouble, they can be trapped and removed, but beware, they'll often dig and grab anything within a few inches of the cage, and will bite to protect their babies.  It is always best to speak with an expert rodent removal company like Texas Rodent Masters of the Dallas Texas area for raccoon removal.
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DON'T WORRY WE DO NOT HARM RACCOONS

We Will Cage Them And Return Them To The Wild Where They Belong
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DON'T GET YOURSELF HURT OR BITTEN


We just wanted you to know that we do not harm animals.  Texas Rodent Masters will locate them along with their young and cage them and properly return them to their natural habitat.  It is always best to gather any babies that may be there and keep them with their mother so that they do not die in your home causing odors.  It is sometimes difficult to get a raccoon in a cage and should not be attempted by someone without the experience.  Texas Rodent Masters, in the Dallas Texas area has the necessary equipment to remove a raccoon without incident.

Besides the fight to get them into a cage, there is also the risk of being bitten.  Of course raccoons bite!
If they feel threatened or fear that their babies are being harmed, they will attack.  After being in the rodent removal business for many years we have learned the best techniques and apply them in every raccoon capture.  It is always best to contact an expert that knows what they are doing rather than having to make a trip to the hospital for animal scratches or bites.  And in most cases it is cheaper too!
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