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How to Get Rid of Snakes in the House

 small snake at home outdoor table

Seeing a snake slither by while you’re relaxing in your home can send you shrieking out the door. The chances are good that the snake is non-poisonous, but you’ll need to get it out of your home as soon as possible if you believe it may be venomous. If you’re confident enough to remove the snake yourself instead of relying on the expertise of a snake removal service professional, consider the following strategies:

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Signs of Indoor Snakes

snake forked tongue

Snakes are a difficult pest to determine if they have infested the home as they don’t tend to leave much evidence. Unlike mice or insects that burrow, chew or damage property, snakes tend to just slide into whatever existing hole they can find. Here are a few indicators, however, that can be considered conclusive that a snake has moved into your home.

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Snake Dens: Know the Signs

brown rattle snake on grass

Snakes can live in a variety of habitats, and this can include suburban backyards. That is why it helps to know the signs of having snakes on your property to make sure you don’t have some unwanted guests.

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Are Racoons Harmful?

Raccoon removal can be frustrating for homeowners in Los Angeles whose residences are invaded by this cute, fuzzy animal that is anything but harmless. At Animal Capture Wildlife Control, we offer professional raccoon removal service to safely get the animal off your property.

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5 important things to know about raccoons

Raccoons are known for their masked faces, which intrigue many people. But these mammals can cause trouble, and owners of homes and businesses may find it necessary to contact a raccoon removal service. Here are some interesting facts about raccoons.

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Do Raccoons Hibernate?

If you have ever had to deal with raccoons in the wintertime, you may be wondering why they aren’t hibernating like many other animals do during the cold months. While raccoons are genetically wired to sense impending cold weather and prepare for it, they don’t traditionally hibernate like other animals.

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Will Raccoons Interact With Pets?

Attacks of raccoons on pets can be rare, but they do happen. If raccoons don’t have food available to them, they could decide to prey on smaller animals, such as dogs and cats. It may be difficult for them to catch larger animals, but they can successfully prey on kittens. However, it’s also common to see raccoons eating side by side with dogs and cats, especially if they are fed by their owners outside. Feeding pets outside is the primary reason your pets may come in contact with raccoons. Dogs may attack raccoons, but cats will usually ignore them. It’s best to keep small animals inside, especially at night, to avoid any attacks.

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Raccoon Removal in Southern California

Raccoon behind LA fence

Raccoons can be one of the trickiest pests to remove. Yet they are also common all over North America, meaning that they consistently cause problems in homes in California as well as in every other state. They are fairly intelligent, know how to climb, can recognize traps, and they often want to nest in someone’s attic to have babies. Gardens, rooftops and underground plumbing are also areas that can be devastated by raccoons once the animals decide to visit regularly or reproduce nearby.

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How to Raccoon-Proof Your Outdoor Trash

With their adorable little faces, raccoons give the appearance of being sweet critters. Unfortunately, their instincts and behaviors are not so cute. For instance, they are often found hanging around at night digging through outdoor trash cans in their quest for food, leaving you to clean up their unsanitary messes.

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