Raccoons Cause Property Damage & Can Transmit Dangerous Diseases Through Bites & Bacteria

Raccoon Populations are Growing in the Houston Area

Texas is home to a wide variety of wildlife, many of which are enjoyable to observe. However there are many species of wildlife in Texas that are more of a nuisance than a joy and can do a great deal of damage to your home and property. One of the most prevalent wildlife pests in Houston are raccoons. If you have raccoons living in or around your home, you need to take the appropriate steps to get rid of them for good. Raccoons present a handful of threats to you and your family; they can spread disease, cause serious property damage and can even attack people and family pets.

Raccoons Can Carry & Transmit Dangerous Diseases that Can be Spread to Humans

Raccoons are known to carry several dangerous diseases including rabies. There are very few cases of a rabid raccoon attacking a human, but it is better to be safe than sorry. No one wants to experience the feeling of an angry, rabid raccoon locking its filthy saliva drenched teeth into their neck. Raccoons may look cute and cuddly, but the truth is they are a fierce species of wildlife that can cause a great deal of physical harm to you and your family.

Raccoons are Responsible for a Significant Amount of Property Damage

Keeping the value of your home at its highest can be challenging, especially if there are raccoons on your property. Raccoons will search your property for any type of food source that they can find. Raccoons will destroy and dig up a garden by digging for bugs and insects that they eat. They will also eat any vegetation that you have growing in your garden. If you have fruit trees, a raccoon will harvest all of your fruit and destroy any chance of it growing back.

Raccoon Urine & Feces Dangers

Raccoons are not small in size, especially when compared to a smaller rodent like a mouse or rat that can get into your home. Raccoons that get into your home can cause extensive damage by leaving their urine and feces behind. Not only will your home begin to smell extremely awful, but a raccoon’s feces and urine can carry dangerous bacteria that can be spread throughout your home and pose serious health issues to you and your family. The best way to keep raccoons out of your home and off of your property is to contact Preventive Pest Control to take care of the problem. Preventive Pest Control is skilled and experienced when it comes to properly removing raccoons from your property.


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