Raccoon Latrine | Droppings | Wildlife Feces Removal & Cleanup

Servicing Toronto, GTA, Barrie, Orillia and areas

Why does raccoon Latrine/feces pose a risk to humans?

Raccoon laterine/dropping/feces cleaning and decontamination

Raccoons carry Bylisascaris procyonis, also referred to as roundworm. Roundworm eggs may be present in the feces of the host raccoon. Humans who are exposed and ingest the eggs to the parasite may be at risk.

Knowing how to recognize raccoon latrine/feces is important to you. Droppings look similar to the feces of a medium size dog. The feces is more crumbly than a dog's due to their diet, and therefore, more partially digested food will be present. Raccoons tend to defecate in the same area. If you believe you found droppings, do not clean it up before you understand the dangerous disease that may be present. Call Us.

If you have raccoon feces, we can help you with proper cleaning and sanitizing of the area. We are certified in decontamination cleaning and have the personal protective equipment and tools to properly decontaminate the area.You need more than chemical to kill the parasite.

Toronto #1 Raccoon Latrine Clean Up Specialist

We service Barrie, Toronto,Newmarket, Mississauga Muskoka, Parry Sound and Areas

Recognizing a Raccoon

The raccoon has a shaggy and coarse, iron gray to blackish with brown markings. It is well recognized with a black mask across the eyes and the tail is ringed with five to ten black bands. The feet are small and the fore-feet, especially, resemble slender, human hands.

The Raccoons would rather be near woods and water but due to urban sprawl they are found in large cities. The raccoon is active at night (nocturnal) and omnivorous, it enjoys eating small animals, fruit and other foods or scraps (TIP- Do not leave food scraps lying around and keep containers tightly closed). If water is available it like to was its food before eating it. They are actually very clean animals but unfortunately they like to leave there raccoon droppings in decks, attic, on top of sheds, window wells and any area where the colony has created a latrine. Quick professional clean-up and removal is recommended.

It is an incredible climber, powerful and able to tear and destroy things, in search of a den or an area to defecate. In very cold weather it sleeps for long periods of time but it does not hibernate in the sense of becoming torpid. A litter usually contains three or four young born after a period of 60-73 days.

The raccoon is unduly curious and intelligent. Never try to corner the animal, they will become aggressively hostile. Do not attempt to clean the raccoon latrine with out following universal precaution. If you have a raccoon latrine/feces cleaning to be done we can help we have over 10 years experience in the safe cleaning and removal of raccoon poop. We have the proper equipment to decontaminate the area. We were one the first companies to follow proper clean up procedure. Our competitors have learned from our process.

We also remove droppings from rats and mice.

Call us for more information on raccoon latrine clean-up | wildlife feces removal | odor removal | sanatization | decontamination cleaning | attic cleaning

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Barrie, Bradford, Brampton, Newmarket, Orillia, Markham, Vaughan, Richmondhill, Toronto, Oshawa, Misissuaga, and surronding areas

705-323-9921 OR 1-866-905-9921

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