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Wildlife animals belong in nature, not in your home. Wildlife animals in your home can lead to some serious issues, including massive amounts of droppings that can grow mold, host parasites, and draw in insects. Read more to learn why handling wildlife feces is dangerous and why professional animal waste removal is necessary.
Animal feces can stain your walls and floor and provide a petri dish for diseases to fester. On top of being unsightly, they can also be difficult to clean.
Dangers of Wildlife Feces
Wildlife X Team® Memphis is ready to remove any feces and waste health hazards from your home by cleaning up, sanitizing, deodorizing, and repairing the damage. Regardless of whether you have raccoons, squirrels, rodents, bats, armadillo, snakes, birds, skunks and opossum, all will produce droppings that can be hazardous to your health and the safety of your family.
- Raccoon feces — Found in attics, decks, roofs, and on your property, raccoon waste can be host to raccoon roundworm and more.
- Rodent droppings — Mice and rats often spend time in areas with lots of food, like kitchens. The main disease transmitted by rodent droppings is Hantavirus.
- Squirrel poop — Squirrels leave waste behind in attics and chimneys. Salmonella can be transmitted through squirrel feces.
- Bat guano — Bat guano piles can breed mold, of which the spores can make humans seriously sick. Guano is usually found in attics.
Cleaning Up Wildlife Animal Waste
We do not recommend DIY wildlife feces and waste removal. Call Wildlife X Team® Memphis today for more information on our sanitation and waste removal services. You can also reach Memphis online today for wildlife sanitation & waste removal help.