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Signs You Need Dead Animal Removal Services

Dead Animal Removal: 2 Signs There is a Dead Animal in Your Home

It happens all the time, and most of us don’t bat an eye. A giant, hairy spider glides down its web while you’re in the garage. You find the nearest blunt object and smash two, three times for good measure. You slap that pesky mosquito when he lands on your arm. We hardly notice these dead animals, and there is no real need for dead animal removal. We need a napkin at best or flush of the toilet at best. But, a larger animal might call for more serious dead animal removal techniques. In today’s blog, we help you determine whether there is a dead animal in your home, and what you can do about it.

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Raccoon Removal: Keep Raccoons Out of Your Home

Raccoon​ ​Removal​: Deter Raccoons From Your Home This Winter

If you are someone who thinks raccoons are cute and cuddly creatures, don’t let their looks deceive you. You could not be further from the mark. If you have raccoons anywhere in your home, you should call for raccoon removal service immediately. These “cute” animals can do a lot of damage. In fact, it’s much better to not invite them into your homes at all. Winters in Ohio are cold not just for people but for raccoons, too, and your home looks cozy. Try these tips to deter raccoons from your home and to save yourself from calling a raccoon removal company.

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Bee Removal: Can I Do it Myself?

Why Bee Removal is not a DIY Job.

Unless you are a professional beekeeper, having bees take residence in your backyard can be a major nuisance. Not only can a bee infestation be unsightly, with honey and wax stains, but it can also be dangerous if you happen to aggravate the hive. While honey bees are a potential nuisance to homeowners, they are the primary pollinators for many flowering or fruit-bearing plants. As such, the benefit honey bees offer, make it unwise to simply exterminate a hive. At the same time, bee removal is an intricate process and can be very dangerous for amateurs who do not understand the risks. Today, Animal Remover will explain why bee removal is a job for professionals and why DIY-removal is a bad idea.

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Wildlife Control: Bobcats Deterrents

Wildlife Control: Keeping Bobcats Away From Your Home

Bobcats are one of the most widely distributed big cats in the United States. That is especially true in Ohio where reported bobcat sightings are up over the last few years. While bobcats may seem scary, they are rarely a threat to humans as they are exceedingly reclusive. That does not mean that they are not a threat to pets or animals on your property, however. Especially if you have fowl on your property, repelling bobcats from your property with wildlife control methods may be necessary. Today, the Animal Remover blog is going to discuss some steps you can take to help dissuade bobcats from trespassing onto your property.

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Animal Remover: Learn the Damage Beavers Can Cause

Animal Remover: Potential Property Damage from Beavers

When people think of property damage, beavers are rarely the first invasive species that comes to mind. Generally, rats, squirrels, and skunks are the first animals that come to mind when discussing animal removal. However, if you are in an area that is susceptible to beaver infestation, the damage these little rodents can cause is tremendous. If you have a property with a stream or accessible waterway, check out our Animal Remover blog below to learn about the potential damage that can be done to your property if you ignore the threat of beavers as well as how to identify a potential beaver infestation.

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Wildlife Control Steps When You Find Baby Raccoons

Wildlife Control: Finding Baby Raccoons on Your Property

If you happen to stumble upon a baby raccoon it is important to follow a few steps to give the baby raccoon it’s best chance to survive. Many people assume the worst regarding the missing mother – either she has been trapped or killed and this baby raccoon is now on its own. This is often the first mistake people make when they find a baby raccoon. Animal Remover has years of experience in implementing successful wildlife control strategies to provide wild animals with their best chance to survive. Follow these steps to give your newfound baby raccoon a chance at a normal life.

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Wildlife Management: Making Sure Your Home is Rodent-Proofed

Wildlife Management: How to Rodent-Proof Your Home

Many homes that experience rodent infestations often go through the process of ridding their home of vermin multiple times. These homeowners find themselves setting traps and bait, or contacting a wildlife management service like Animal Remover to rid their home of the unwanted guests. More often than not, this cycle continues because the homeowner is addressing the symptom instead of the root cause of the problem. Rodent infestation does not have to be a constant battle, instead, Animal Remover would like to teach you some wildlife management tactics to prevent repeat invasions and “rodent-proof” your home. Continue reading below to learn step-by-step methods to protect your home!

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Swarm Capture and Environmental Benefits

Why Swarm Capture is an Important Environmental Benefit

The national bee shortage has made headlines in the last few years, as scientists warn the public about the danger of the honey bee’s falling population and the environmental impact that event could have. It is no secret that honey bees are a major boon to agriculture and human food production. As such, it is important that we do everything we can to help the honey bee population recover. Offering safe swarm capture is one of the steps we can take to do our part to help our friend the honey bee. Today, Animal Remover would like to discuss swarm capture services and why if you find a hive on your property, it is important that you contact a professional swarm capture expert to help preserve the colony of honey bees.

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Busting Raccoon Myths with Animal Remover

Animal Remover Mythbusting: The Truth About Raccoons

Despite being one of the most common urban dwelling animals in North America, there is much that is misunderstood about our furry neighbors, the raccoon. Animal Remover has been working with our community to safely, humanely, and responsibly remove animals from situations that are dangerous to them and a nuisance to homeowners. As our staff is made up of people passionate about animals we have learned quite a lot about the animals we regularly deal with. Today, we continue our Animal Remover myth-busting series by addressing common misconceptions about the raccoon.

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Wildlife Management Tactics: Protecting Your Pets From Coyote Attacks

Protecting Your Pets From Coyotes Using Wildlife Management Tactics

When people imagine dangers to their pets, coyotes are probably not the first thing they picture. For good reason, coyotes are generally reclusive animals who avoid human contact. However, that does not mean that coyote attacks do not occur. Preparing your property and learning some habits can help to protect your pet from coyote attacks. This can be especially important in suburban environments where some coyotes have learned that there are few real threats from approaching our properties. More and more coyotes are becoming habituated as a result of an abundance of food available to scavenge in human neighborhoods. As a result, coyote attacks on domesticated pets are rising. Today, Animal Remover wants to teach you a few wildlife management techniques and tactics to dissuade coyotes from approaching your property and ways to protect your pet from attack.

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