Raccoon Removal & Control Services
Southwest Colorado Local Animal Control
Raccoons are one of the most common species of wildlife that we receive calls about. These creatures just love to find any sort of shelter near a commercial or residential home, often creating a multitude of issues.
They have been found in basements, crawlspaces, attics, sheds, or wreaking havoc on a chicken coop.
Raccoons in Colorado can be a huge nuisance and issues should be handled in a timely manner. Keep in mind that they can be dangerous and should only be dealt with by a trained professional.
Southwest Colorado Residents: Get a Free Quote for Raccoon Removal and Control
Southwest Colorado Local Raccoon Control & Removal
Having the proper training and equipment is essential to safely removing and relocating these pesky animals. A raccoon bite can lead to severe issues, especially if the raccoon is rabid.
If you are dealing with a raccoon issue, please do not hesitate to reach out to San Juan Wildlife Services. We can take care of the situation, whether the critter is in your home, harassing your chickens, or getting into your trash.
As always, our services make sure to remove and relocate the animal in a safe, effective and humane manner.
Give us a call today for get a free quote on removing raccoons from your residential or commercial property.
We provide animal control and removal services in the following areas:
Allison, Arboles, Bayfield, Cahone, Cortez, Dolores, Dove Creek Durango, Fort Lewis, Gem Village, Hermosa, Hesperus, Ignacio, Mancos, Marvel, Mesa Verde, Pagosa Springs, Pleasant View, Rico, Silverton, Towaoc, Vallecito, Yellow Jacket.
Check Out What Our Clients Are Saying
“Tom was fantastic! We had a nuisance raccoon that needed a little extra incentive and Tom was great. He was fast and very professional. He also checked in with us regularly. I would recommend San Juan Wildlife Services. It is refreshing to deal with someone of integrity.”
“Tom saved the day, and the rest of the chickens, when I found the raccoon in the hen house. Thanks, Tom, for responding so quickly on a Sunday morning!”