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Dallas Raccoon Control & Removal

Raccoon are a common nuisance animal in central Texas. In Dallas and Fort Worth, raccoon have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many homes in the area. If you need a professional solution for your Dallas raccoon problem, give us at A Wildlife Pro a call. We are experts at raccoon control and removal, and have been working with Texas wildlife for over 10 years. We are familiar with the habits of Texas raccoons, and are experts at humane trapping and removal of this critter. Give us a phone call any time, and we can schedule a same-day or next day appointment.

About Raccoons: Raccoons, with their black mask and ringed tail, cause a wide variety of problems. They are very strong and nimble, and often tip over garbage cans or pry their way inside houses. They commonly break into the attics of homes. Frequently, a female raccoon with babies will enter an attic. Raccoons are cute, but they can be very destructive. We humanely trap and relocate these animals. It's important to find and remove the baby raccoons if there's a momma raccoon in the attic.
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We service the greater Dallas Texas area, including Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, and all areas in between, such as Mesquite, Balch Springs, Lancaster, De Sote, Duncanville, Cedar Hill, Mansfield, Grand Prairie, Irving, Farmers Branch, Carrollton, Richardson, Garland, Allen, Lewisville, Coppell, Grapevine, Euless, Bedford, Keller, Haltom City, and more. Call us any time for professional raccoon pest control in Dallas.

Dallas Raccoon Control Emails:

I am pretty certain I have a noisy Raccoon in my chimney. I actually had a chimney cleaner look at it when he was here. He thought that it was perhaps in the side false chimney and not in the one that has access to the house. Also, my chimneys are not capped. What is your price range for removal? What is your procedure for this type of thing? Best, Laura

Hey. You are adorable. I love your coon skin cap poem. But. I have a huge, huge problem. My boyfriend and I bought a 1942 house in an estate sale from the son of a lovely older gentleman whom, we've learned, rather neglected his home in his twilight years. To make a long and frustrating story short, among the nuisances we've discovered are raccoons. In the attic. And all the insulation torn to shreds. Aaaaand a giant pile of gross, dusty feces in the corner by a vent or something that has likely been the doorway inside. The evidence is overwhelming, and really distressing. I'm sure you know how we feel. So, your blog was insightful and sensitive, and so naturally I was wondering if you had any connections you could recommend in the Dallas area? We need someone who can help us look for babies, clean up the mess, seal the lot of it, and do it all as respectfully to nature as possible. I don't want them dead, I just want them gone. And if they could take their poop with them, that'd be great too! Thank you so much for the education, and in advance for your help. Sincerely, Katy and Tom

Hi Dallas Critter Trappers, Thank you for your informative web site! We have a dummy fireplace that was inhabited a few years back. At that time, we got the raccoon out and put a cap on the chimney. We thought we had the problem solved. However a new? raccoon has displaced the cap, moved in and now lives at the bottom of the chimney- three floors down. I have hired a chimney sweep who says he can use a soft brush to brush the mom out and then use coyote urine to encourage her to go back in and remove her babies. Does this sound plausible? I am concerned that she will abandon her babies in the chimney and although I am concerned about the smell, I am heartsick about their loss of life. W hat would you recommend. Digging them out would involve digging out the chimney-considerably more work and expense than repairing drywall. I appreciate any insight or suggestions you can give me. I have this removal scheduled just before dark tonight. The man I have hired said he is just beginning to get calls for removal and has removed very tiny raccoons , which he says are about a week old, so I am hoping we can get her out before she litters, since I have not heard any sounds. Thanks very much for your insight. Wendy

hey i have a problem and i can't seem to find the answer online anywhere. I want to encourage a mama to keep her babies in a trailer that has been emptied because if she moves her babies to the next trailer over they may be killed by the forklift. the company has several open end storage trailer that they are emptying over the next few weeks. they found a mama and babes in one. right now the mama is hiding with her babies behind the last pallet that will soon be moved. is there any way she would move her babies into a manmade den/shelter if i put one in the back corner of the trailer or should i trap her in there with food and water until the other storage units are empty then she can move her babies to a different area altogether. they are young and can't move by themselves yet. Does your Dallas raccoon removal company handle this?

My response: It's hard to get a raccoon to live somewhere else. You could put Eviction Fluid where she lives now, and she'll move the young somewhere else safe. But it doesn't sound like you have the time. You may just have to hope that when she senses danger she moves the young fast.