Winter is here, and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. That means babies will follow soon after.
With this being an El Niño winter, with milder than normal temperatures, wildlife has had extra time to forge for food and fatten up. This means more animals will survive the winter, and will most likely produce larger than normal litters.
Larger litters means the damage they could cause while occupying your home could be even greater.
Fortunately, you can trust Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control to make it right. After our thorough process is complete, we will have humanely removed the wildlife from your home, cleared and repaired any damage, and protected your home from future unwanted animal visitors.
Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control recommends that homeowners remove wildlife from their houses and outbuildings before babies are born to reduce stress on the animals. Although wildlife technicians are careful not to separate newborns from their moms, it does stress the family when they have to find an alternate den or nesting site. The cost of removing a single animal is also much less than an entire family of raccoons, squirrels or skunks. Mice also reproduce very quickly and catching a pair of them could stem a much larger population later on.
Don’t wait – connect with Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control today to protect your home and family this winter