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Wildlife Management Tips: Keeping Your Pets Safe from Wild Animals

Wildlife Management Can Keep Your Pets Safe

Using some simple wildlife management techniques can deter situations where your pet would encounter a wild animal. Take the advice from the wildlife management experts at Animal Remover and utilize some of these tips to help keep your pets safe and sound.

Get Your Pets Vaccinated

The absolute best thing you can do for your pets is keep them up to date on their vaccinations. Rabies is one of the biggest threats a wild animal can pose for your pet. By getting your animals vaccinated you can ensure that even if they have a wild animal encounter, they won’t contract any deadly illnesses from them. All the wildlife management techniques in the world can’t substitute for vaccinations.

Keep Your Pets Indoors

If it’s possible to keep your pets indoors, this will minimize their contact with outside factors. This is especially the case with smaller dogs and cats. If you have an outdoor cat, there’s no guarantee that they’ll make it back, even if they have their claws for defense mechanisms. Domestic cats don’t stand a chance against predators such as coyotes.

If you do need to keep your dog outdoors often, you should at least have a fence. A fence won’t keep out all wild animals, but it will definitely deter them. If it’s possible, monitor your dog when you let it outside. Also, consider taking your dogs out for walks with a leash, as opposed to just letting it out in the yard. Being with your dog allows you to have more control over it and keep it away from wild animals.

Practice Good Wildlife Management Techniques

Finally, you can practice simple wildlife management techniques to minimize wild animal attraction. This includes doing things such as not leaving your dog’s food out in the yard and sealing up your trash cans. Dog droppings can also attract wild animals to your yard, so be sure to regularly pick up your dog’s waste. Also, if you see wild animals in your yard that shouldn’t be there, contact a professional animal removal service. Wildlife management begins with tackling the problem as soon as it arises.

Contact Animal Remover Today

Animal Remover are wildlife management professionals. We can take care of your nuisance animal problems, as well as implement services to prevent future issues from arising. Contact us today or view our website for more information.

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