Raccoon Removal

Raccoons Are Large Dangerous Animals! Raccoons Nest In Attics to Have Babies. Do Not Approach A Mother Raccoon!  You Need A Professional Wildlife Handler!


Call 321-614-6005 Now To Remove Raccoons and Their Babies From Your Home!


Raccoon Removal

Raccoons are a big problem for Florida homeowners and businesses. The experts at Animals In The Attic are the answer. Raccoons are a familiar sight just about everywhere, because they will eat just about anything. They are adaptable and use their dexterous front paws and long fingers to find and feast on a wide variety of fare.

Raccoon Mothers Are Aggressive and Dangerous!

Female raccoons have one to seven cubs in early summer. The young raccoons often spend the first two months or so of their lives in the den – Which Could Be You Attic! A mother’s job is to protect their young. You do not want to get between a mother and her cubs!

Raccoons Carry Diseases 

Raccoons like rats and other wildlife carry diseases and bacteria that are harmful to humans. Including: Rabies Virus (The most common disease people acquire from raccoon), Salmonella (found in feces), Roundworm (found in feces and eggs can become airborne) and Leptospirosis. At Animals In The Attic our proprietary decontamination process destroys all the harmful bacteria and disease associated with raccoons. See our decontamination page for more information. 

Call Animals In The Attic Now

Animals In The Attic will eliminate the raccoons, exclude them from your property permanently and decontaminate the areas affected by urine and fecal matter neutralizing diseases harmful to humans and pets as well as the odors that attract more wildlife.

Call 321-614-6005 now to resolve your raccoon problems permanently. We typically can arrive for your complimentary assessment in just a few hours and have your issues resolved in as little as a few days. Guaranteed!  See our Lifetime Wildlife Guarantee page for more information.

Check out how small of a space a raccoon can squeeze into in this video from the Humane Society.