In urban areas there can be as many as 100 raccoons per square kilometer. The raccoon’s hand-like paws allow it to gain access to homes and other structures in search of dens and food. Raccoons commonly den in chimneys, attics, garages, and under decks or additions.


STEP 1-Inspect your home or building to identify all existing and potential entry points and problem areas.

STEP 2-Develop plan for humane removal and raccoon-proofing. Present you with written proposal to solve.

STEP 3-Perform hands on removal procedure when necessary or evict via one-way door. Install wildlife-proof hardware.

STEP 4-Final inspection and follow-up visit.

Raccoon Related Health Concerns

Thankfully raccoons rarely transmit diseases to people and their pets but the few they do are very serious:

  • Baylisascaris procyonis or raccoon roundworm is transmitted through feces. It is rare and usually infects children. There is no effective cure at present
  • Canine roundworm is passed from dogs to raccoons and back again.
  • Fleas, lice, and ticks.
  • Rabies is transmitted through blood and saliva. This disease is fatal if untreated. Ensure pets are vaccinated