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Raccoons are causing problems in all cities of Los Angeles including Torrance
and Inglewood. Raccoon problems are becoming more common in Torrance and
Inglewood, California. I’m going to provide you with information on Raccoon
behavior to help you understand why Raccoons cause problems for the citizens of
Torrance and Inglewood.

Raccoons Digging Up my Lawn

If you live in Torrance or Inglewood and notice that something is digging up
your grass, you are not alone. When other food sources are not available to a
Raccoon they will dig for worms or insects they like to eat. This is a common
problem every year in the fall. The baby Raccoons have grown and are almost the
size of the mother by this time. The mother Raccoon is showing her teen age how
to find food. This is going to cause more destruction to your lawn because now
you have more than one Raccoon digging up your grass. When this is happening to
you, you need to call a Professional Raccoon Trapper to trap and remove the
Raccoons. Raccoons are stubborn and will keep coming back as long as there is
something to eat causing further damage to your lawn in Torrance and Inglewood.
Give us a call and our Raccoon Trapper will put a stop to this problem within a
couple of days.

Raccoons Eating My Koi Fish

I get calls from Torrance and Inglewood all the time with this Raccoon
problem. Raccoons are eating Koi Fish from ponds, which is surprisingly normal
Raccoon behavior. Raccoons eat fish, shell fish, and small birds and rodents, as
well as fruits that have fallen from trees. It leads me to believe that the
Raccoons eating Koi fish have come in from the more wild areas of Los Angeles
and Orange Counties. Raccoons born and raised in the urban areas are well versed
at obtaining meals from dumpsters and dog food bowls left out for peoples pets.
Another reason could be that Raccoons need water to swallow food. The masked
bandito was once believed to be a cleaner animal than most because it always
washes its food. In reality, it doesnt produce enough saliva to help its food
get to the stomach, so, being the resourceful guy he is, he finds water to help
him along. While it washes its meal, it may notice the fish moving in the water,
and return nightly to do a little fishing. Fact is, that the Raccoon is costing
you alot of money eating your Koi Fish, and you need him gone, no matter why he
was there.

Raccoon on My Roof

We get calls every day from Torrance and Inglewood about Raccoons on roofs.
If there is something a Raccoon can climb to get on your roof, they will find
it. Raccoons love to climb and are very good at it. Keeping you trees trimmed
away from your house is a good idea. Raccoons will lift up your shingles to get
at insects that live under them. Spiders are a common insect that live under
your shingles. Raccoons like to eat spiders and other insects related to them. A
pregnant mother Raccoon will climb on your roof looking for a place to break in
so she can have her babies in your attic. Once she can smell the air coming from
your attic she knows she doesn’t have far to go. Raccoons are strong and will
destroy shingles or soffits to get into your attic. If you see a Raccoon on your
roof in Torrance and Inglewood, this is a good time to call a Professional
Raccoon Trapper and have the animal removed before the situation gets worse.

Raccoon in Attic

If you are hearing noises in your attic in Torrance or Inglewood, chances are
it’s a Raccoon. Raccoons like a safe dark place to sleep during the day.
Raccoons are nocturnal so they sleep all day. That’s why you will hear the
noises in the attic usually early morning and evening when they are leaving to
go eat and drink and before it gets light outside in the morning. Sunlight hurts
the Raccoons eyes so they like to be back to their den before the sun comes up.
Female Raccoons will give birth in the early spring so they will choose 2 or 3
places to have their babies. This way if one place becomes unsafe she already
has another place to go. Raccoons will cause damage to your wiring and
insulation when they have made a home in your attic. They also will make their
own little toilet up there. Raccoon poop not only does it stink but is toxic to
you and your family. Raccoon feces carries round worm. Humans and pets can
contract this worm. This is why it’s important to call a professional to get the
Raccoons removed as soon as possible. Our company will remove the animal and the
waste it left behind. We will also disinfect and deodorize and replace your
insulation if needed.

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