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Factors to Consider When Choosing Los Angeles Animal Control

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Proper animal control offers a sense of safety. With animals around, families are at risk of contracting diseases. In case a wild animal invades your home, you do not have to harm them or damage your home. Trained animal control professionals help to get rid of wild, dangerous, or lost animals and prevent them from coming back in the future. If you are considering Los Angeles animal control services, keep the following in mind:

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What Attracts Squirrels to Your House

Attracts Squirrels

For many years, homeowners in Los Angeles discover they are sharing their home with squirrels. They also unravel that the animals have been there for quite some time. If you are wondering what attracts squirrels to your house, how to remove them and why you should prevent them, you are at the right place.

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How to Tell If a Raccoon Has Rabies

Behavioral Changes

At least one person in the world dies every day as a result of rabies. This lethal viral disease is carried by skunks, bats, and raccoons. However, raccoons are one of the most widespread carriers of this disease in the U.S. Petting or feeding a rabid raccoon may put you and your entire family at risk of contracting the deadly disease.

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Rat Removal From Your Home

Rat Removal

Rats in your home can be a nuisance, but they are often much more than that. Rat infestations can lead to other serious problems, such as disease or destruction of property. The Center for Disease Control lists numerous diseases carried and transmitted by rats. These include: Leptospirosis, Rat-Bite Fever, Salmonellosis, Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome, Lassa Fever, and even Plague! Many people think Plague was wiped out long ago, but a number of cases still occur in this country each year. Rat removal is essential for good hygiene.

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Bobcat Removal Tips

Bobcat in Backyard

A bobcat is a medium-sized wild cat — weighing between 15-40 pounds — that’s becoming increasingly common in the United States. Bobcats are naturally shy animals, which is why sightings are rare in urban areas. Unless rabid, bobcats are highly unlikely to attack a human, but they are attracted to food sources, including small domestic animals, rodents, wild bird scraps and pet food.

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Snakes in Southern California

Snakes in Southern California

If a snake is in your home, you should know one thing: Do not move it. Doing so would be an unnecessary risk. Snake removal should be handled by animal control experts. San Diego Gopher Snakes, California King Snakes, California Lyresnakes, Coast Mountain Kingsnakes, Southern Pacific Rattlesnakes — these are some of the snakes you might find in Southern California. Two of these snakes are venomous, whereas three are not. Do you know which ones are harmful to humans?

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Dead Animal Odor Removal

Dead Animal Odor Removal

Smells from dead animals could drive you out of the house. And the residue left by a dead animal could be hazardous to your health. If you hear or see signs of a live animal in the house, contact Animal

Capture Wildlife Control to remove it before it dies. Additional hazards after an animal dies include maggots, flies, and other bugs that could be carrying disease, including any disease the animal itself might be carrying.

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How Bats Prepare for the Winter

Bat Removal Services

California is home to over 27 bat species that occupy any habitat that isn’t under water. Given that December is Southern California’s coldest month, the bats have to devise survival mechanisms, too.

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