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Are you looking for humane raccoon trapping in Eads, TN? Are you experiencing problems with raccoons getting in your attic, your crawl space, even your pool?  These little guys are a common problem for frustrated homeowners in the MidSouth, and they can be a very expensive pest!

Apex Wildlife Control is the Bartlett area premier professional raccoon removal company. We specialize in humane raccoon trapping and removal, plus other wildlife removal including Squirrel Removal and Rat Removal.  We are a one stop shop for raccoon trapping and exclusion!

Raccoons are an important part of nature, but they do not belong in your attic. They are a nuisance and should be dealt with as soon as possible before they damage your property.  If not dealt with, raccoons will damage your insulation with feces and urine. This can lead to expensive repairs and even an attic restoration.

This is a block We provide raccoon trapping services as well as repair work. Our goal is to remove the animal and fix the entry point(s).  Raccoons are very agile and can easily fit into a hole about the size of a grapefruit. In most cases, there is already something broken or missing from the roof and that’s when raccoons tear away at the opening to make it bigger. Raccoons feel much safer in an attic than outside in the wild, which is why they’ll sometimes even give birth to their young in attics.  This can lead to further damage to your insulation.

Our trapping services will remove any adult or juvenile raccoons from your attic and we will repair the entry point. This will prevent the raccoons from entering your attic again and help maintain the health of your roof.  Once an animal has left its scent in your attic, other animals will try to gain access as well.  Sealing your home is the only way to keep other animals from entering your home.

Raccoons can also get into your garbage cans and make a terrible mess!  They will  not only tip over your garbage cans, but they will also spread trash around your yard and even down your street.  Raccoons will eat just about anything which makes them an Omnivore.  Because of their tendency to forage through your trash, they have a rather cute nickname of "Trash Panda".  But cuteness aside, these messy little fellows do not belong in your neighborhood.

If you think a raccoon is digging in your yard, look for droppings to see that it is a raccoon. Do you think a raccoon is getting into your trash cans? Have neighbors complained of seeing any wildlife in their yards? These are a few things that may help us determine if raccoons are digging in your yard.

Raccoons are mostly nocturnal, so if you don’t see anything during the day, that is an indication it’s a raccoon. Raccoons like to dig in the dirt to look for grubs and other larvae. They also like to return to the same yard if they know it offers a good food source.  You may see your sod rolled up after a raccoon has been looking for food. Skunks and opossums also dig spots similar to raccoons, but raccoons are the likely culprit.

What do you see that could bring wildlife to your door? Are all the trash cans tightly secured?  Are your neighbors feeding wildlife that would entice the raccoons into your neighborhood?  If you are feeding cats or dogs outside, be sure to remove any leftover food when they finish. Raccoons will eat almost anything, but they really love cat food!


Apex Wildlife Control is very successful with our exterior trapping. It is rare we do not get the targeted species we are trapping.  Our company uses blind traps that do not cause harm to the animals we catch.  With these humane traps, the animal has easy access, but needs our help to get out. Multiple traps are set out and trapped for seven days. During this seven-day trapping period, we come back out three times to check on the traps. If needed, we add more traps, then reset and rebait the traps.

Many companies will use common bait like cat food, which raccoons love. However, if you live in a neighborhood with stray cats, this is not a good bait to use. As we do not want to accidentally trap cats or other domestic animals, we use a specific bait to target only raccoons.

Once we get a raccoon in the trap, we relocate it 25 miles away so that it cannot find its way back to your property. When an animal is relocated to new surroundings, this could reduce the chances of survival. They must find a new territory that is not already occupied and also locate new water and food sources. Raccoons are very resilient, but they may not always survive in a new area. This is why we help clients understand how to keep them from coming onto your property. Unfortunately, relocation sometimes is the only choice.

Raccoons are nocturnal which means they are active at night instead of day time.  Adult raccoons will grow to two to three feet long, and weigh up to twenty pounds. They are omnivores which means they will eat plants and animals.  Raccoons will mate in February or March and have a 60 day  gestation. Mother raccoons can have from one to eight babies, but the average is around four to five. Babies are born from March to June and will open their eyes at around three weeks. The babies are usually weaned at two to three months.

If a raccoon has babies, you will hear some very strange sounds coming out of the attic. If a raccoon and her babies are in the attic, we often times use a paste or a fluid to evict them instead of using traps. Immediate raccoon removal through the use of eviction fluid is not guaranteed, but in any case, the female will have a reaction to the fluid. If the female moves moves the young to another area of the structure we can re-apply the eviction fluid and successfully remove the raccoons.

Most raccoons are friendly towards humans and are unbothered by their presence. It’s very tempting to leave food outside for them to nibble on, especially if you’ve seen some in your backyard before. Remember they are still wild animals and can carry a variety of diseases and can become aggressive towards humans.

Have you come across too many companies that won’t stand behind their work? At Apex Wildlife Control, we are so confident that you will love our services, that we give every single client we service a Worry Free Money Back Guarantee. Our exclusion guarantee is very simple. It states:

If for any reason you are not 100% pleased with the quality and workmanship of our exclusion work, we will redo the individual item in question and work to make it right until you are completely satisfied with the outcome. If you’re still not satisfied, we will issue you a 100% refund for the item in question. That’s not all though, we will pay a competitor of your choice to fix the issue. Nothing is more important to us than our customer’s complete satisfaction.

In addition to our exclusion guarantee, we also provide our clients with a standard One Year Warranty on all the work we perform.

So if you are having problems with a "Trash Panda", give Apex Wildlife Control a call today!  We specialize in the humane removal of problem raccoons!

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