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What do you think of when you think of a wildlife problem? Does your mind immediately think of raccoons? They are certainly on the top of the list of repeat offenders. But wildlife problems come in many forms.

Dangerous Wildlife

If you live in the country, you may deal with some wildlife that can pose a physical danger to your family by way of an attack. If you have coyote, fox or raccoon coming around to get into your chicken coop or garbage cans, you could have a dangerous situation on your hands. These animals can attack and cause harm, especially if cornered or protecting young. They can also carry rabies.

Lawn-Damaging Wildlife

There are many lawn and plant damaging pests like groundhogs, moles, voles, shrews, raccoons, ground squirrels, skunks and opossum. The animals dig, burrow, chew and tunnel their way through your yard, leaving grass brown and plants destroyed. Some can even kill the trees in your yard.

Harboring Wildlife

These are the worst. Animals that get into your attic spaces and wall voids leave their urine and feces wherever they go. They carry in parasites like mites, ticks, fleas and lice, and dangerous bacteria. Squirrels and other rodents chew on wood and damage your home. Bats spread disease and present a rabies danger. Skunks smell up your pets and your entire house. And raccoons tip over your garbage cans.

What is the solution for spring wildlife?

Partner with a pest control company like Rottler Pest & Lawn Solutions, one that uses modern pest management techniques, exclusion installation, and eco-friendly pest control to make your home a pest-free environment. Our wildlife management pros don't just come and spray everything down with chemicals, rather our certified professionals know how to exclude all types of wildlife naturally. If you're dealing with spring wildlife, try the Rottler approach to protecting your home and your family. It just makes sense.

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