Raccoon poisoning - Poison is something that should be dis-invented. When it comes to nuisance animals, with the exception of insects, poisoning is almost never the way to go. First of all, when you’re dealing with raccoons, there are no approved poisons on the market. The reason for this is because raccoons are still wild animals even if they are living inside of your home. A rat will live in a home and rarely leave the interior; a raccoon will be outside as much as it will be inside, and poisoning this type of animal might result in poisoning further up the food chain. If destroying an ecosystem isn’t enough of a turnoff for you, poisoning a raccoon inside of the home puts you at risk of having that animal slink down into one of the walls and then die. If you though poisoning would be a “hands free” method of dealing with the pest, you’ll realize what a mistake that was when you have to find the dead body and remove it. The smell from a carcass won’t go away until you physically find and remove the body. Either that, or wait for nature to do its thing which could take months.
This is a professional wildlife removal company based in Seattle Washington. We provide pest control for wild animals only, not extermination of insects. If you have nuisance critters that you need to
get rid of, we can humanely take care of the problem.