Wildlife Defecating Habits
Wildlife have many different defecating habits. Raccoons and squirrels will generally use one area as a latrine. Rats and mice will excrete feces as they run, creating a trail of droppings. Both habits create a serious health hazard for homeowners.
Call Critter Control of Traverse City if you have found wildlife droppings in your home. We offer the professional experience and equipment needed to get rid of animals and clean up their feces.
Raccoon feces and squirrel droppings are commonly discovered in attics. Depending on your wildlife problem, you may have an extensive mess of wildlife droppings in the attic or the feces may be difficult to uncover (animals sometimes cover their waste). If an animal has used a single area as a latrine, it will be terribly unhygienic and a source of disease. If you suspect wildlife in your home, or have found animal droppings in your home, call the professionals immediately!
Rat feces and mice droppings may be found anywhere around your home. Common areas where rodent droppings are found include under sinks, pantries, bathrooms, near floor boards, attics, crawl spaces and more. Rodents in the kitchen may chew through containers and contaminate food. Finding rodent droppings in your home? Give us a call today! (231) 238-3553
Diseases from Wildlife Droppings
Wildlife transmit diseases through their droppings in many ways, including:
- Consumption of food or drink that had been contaminated with feces.
- Salmonella, E. Coli, Roundworm
- Inhaling spores released from feces.
- Hantavirus, Leptospirosis
These diseases are serious. Wildlife droppings should be removed and cleaned by wildlife control professionals. Call Critter Control of Traverse City to remove the animal in your home, clean up the droppings, and prevent future problems.
Critter Control of Traverse City has the professional experience and tools to get rid of your wildlife control problem. Give us a call today! (231) 238-3553