Though often kept as pets, rats and mice have a definite “ick” factor about them, and most health professionals warn that they present serious risks for disease and illness. The threats come in the form of diseases from rat or mice bites, as well as viral infections from their droppings and urine. Inhaling air containing elements of their nesting materials, droppings, urine, or dander can also lead to health problems. No one should have wild rats or mice inhabiting their homes, but many property owners unknowingly welcome or attract these furry pests to their residences, storage areas, or businesses. Below...Read More
Having bats near your home can be uncomfortable and you may be wondering how you can get the animals to leave. Bats are known to carry certain diseases that can be transmitted to humans through their dropping or bites. Some medical professionals will recommend you get a rabies vaccination if you just see a bat in your home. Keeping that in mind, you may want to take certain actions to ensure bats can’t get into your sanctuary. Presence of Dead Trees Does your yard have a dead tree that you’ve never bothered to have removed? You should get on that...Read More
Watching birds soar gracefully across the sky is a lovely sight, but when pigeons start to take up residence in your home or workspaces, they can become quite a nuisance. There is a whole list of problems that these prolific birds can cause, and it can become quite costly over time. Each year, pest birds, such as pigeons, cause millions of dollars worth of damage to ventilation systems, roofs, and machinery; not to mention the cost to the profit margins they can cause. The constant noises and bird droppings can deter customers from entering your place of business. Problems Caused...Read More
Opossums may be famous for being the only marsupial that lives in North America, but you aren’t likely to start welcoming them into your yard or home any time soon. This creature is easy to recognize due to the snowy white face and the long pink, hairless tail. The body is often gray, brown, or black. Their tail can be used to hang from trees or carry around some food. Since opossums were originally only found in South America, they are considered an invasive species. However, they aren’t doing much more than being a nuisance in most areas. They tend...Read More
While raccoons may be adorable, they can also cause a lot of havoc at your home. They can knock down trash cans while searching for food, but that is the least of their damage. Female raccoons looking for places to nest have been known to rip apart shingles, tear up insulation, and even rip down fascia boards. If a raccoon gets inside your attic, garage, or chimney, then you may find yourself with whole new set of problems. They will be defecating inside your home, which can attract other parasites. Plus, the raccoons will want food while they are hanging...Read More
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