Have you ever wondered why wildlife removal is important?
There are many reasons that someone would want to address wildlife removal needs in their home; the annoyance, the smell, the destruction and damage to name a few. Not many people are aware of the actual health hazards to your family and pets come along with unwelcome wildlife in your home.
Rats have long been considered deadly pests in wildlife removal service industry. Once considered a modern myth, the rat plague in India has been verified. Indeed every fifty years, armies of bamboo rats descend upon rural areas and devour everything in their path. Rats have long been held up as the chief villain in the spread of the Bubonic Plague, however recent studies show that they alone could not account for the rapid spread of the disease through Europe in the Middle Ages. Still, the Center for Disease Control does list nearly a dozen diseases directly linked to rats. Most urban areas battle rat infestations.
Raccoons can carry rabies, a lethal disease caused by the neurotropic rabies virus carried in the saliva and transmitted by bites. Among the main symptoms for rabies in raccoons are a generally sickly appearance, impaired mobility, abnormal vocalization, and aggressiveness. There may be no visible signs at all, however. Since healthy animals, especially nursing mothers, will occasionally forage during the day, daylight activity is not a reliable indicator of illness in raccoons. At least a dozen other pathogens carried by raccoons, including distemper. Some of the most important bacterial diseases which affect raccoons are leptospirosis, listeriosis, tetanus, and tularemia. The larvae of the Baylisascaris procyonis roundworm, which can be contained in the feces and seldom causes a severe illness in humans, can be ingested when cleaning raccoon latrines without wearing breathing protection. Raccoons are very common invaders in wildlife removal.
Foxnews.com just issued a story about the 5 Deadliest Wildlife Home Invaders. It is very informative as to the risks of unhandled wildlife removal in your home.
If you have a situation where you suspect or know that there is nuisance wildlife animals in your home get help from a wildlife removal expert right away. All the professionals listed on our site have the training and experience in handling these animals to prevent more damage from occurring along with preventing the spread of illness and disease from the animals and their feces. With wildlife removal there are no guarantees as you are dealing with wild animals but why not get the guys who have the best track record to help you by letting them do what they do best, proofing up your home against unwanted animals and humanly handling any animals that are found in your home.