Winter can arrive fast or show up a lot later than normal. It can be very harsh, cold and uncomfortable or it might be unseasonably warm without much accumulation or hazardous weather. In other words, winter can be unpredictable. On the other hand, wildlife can behave in fairly regular ways, and that is particularly true when winter arrives and animals look to places like houses, garages, barns, and sheds for shelter. No matter what the conditions, you can be certain that many animal pests see a home or other shelter as a great spot to settle in for a long…Read More
You might be shocked to discover that an area of your home has suddenly developed a mouse issue. Unfortunately, late autumn is the peak season for mice (and rats, and other critters) to start seeking warmer living conditions, and it is why many people suddenly develop a mouse issue. Though tiny and almost impossible to easily see or detect, they leave impossible to ignore signs of their presence in your home. From droppings to chewed wires and wildly expensive damages, they are a problem that must be dealt with quickly. Why? Mice are not passive creatures that lay around all…Read More
Whether or not you like raccoons, opossums, squirrels and other natural critters, chances are you don’t like them enough to eagerly share your home with them. Yet, every autumn, these creatures begin looking around for some wintertime “digs,” and your home or garage may be a prime target of their interest. To better understand this issue and how to prepare for and overcome it, we offer the following illustration and tips. A Raccoon’s Tale Every fall, millions of homeowners will begin to prepare their properties for the coming season. That can mean raking leaves, doing all kinds of winterizing, and…Read More
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
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