When considering animal and wildlife removal, the first thing to remember is the outside is their home. If the animal doesn’t pose an immediate threat to your or your family, it’s best to let it be.
We know, snakes and critters can be scary. But, they’re part of a complex ecosystem that we don’t want to disrupt unless absolutely necessary.
Many animals require a permit or special license to remove or dispatch. In fact, some nuisance animals are actually protected species. And no animal is allowed to be captured and released on land owned by the Federal Government.
Many wild animals carry diseases like rabies or will bite when frightened. Others leave feces that can be hazardous just to clean up.
For example, raccoon feces can carry a type of roundworm larvae that is harmful to humans. Never try to clean this up on your own.
Grandma Ethyl swears up and down that squirrels are repelled by lemons. Unfortunately, most of these home-spun recipes or as-seen-on-tv gadgets don’t actually work. Some even attract more unwanted pests!
When wildlife makes its way into your attic, basement, or even the living area, every effort should be made to encourage it to exit naturally. Only when the animal poses a threat to your or your family should it be forcibly removed.
Bugg Busters can help you exclude, remove, and when necessary, eliminate wild animals invading your habitat. We want your neighborhood to be a safe place for people and animals to co-exist.