14 October 2017
It’s very annoying to see raccoon droppings and urine everywhere in your living space as those are the coverage of harmful diseases that easily transmitted to the human body. Raccoon feces is risky for small kids as while playing on the ground they come in direct contact with these droppings. Although cleaning is the solution for it, there is also need of wildlife professional to get rid of these wildlife species forever.
You must know aware of dangers caused by the raccoon feces:
- Salmonella: Salmonella is the common disease that causes through the raccoon feces. In raccoon droppings, there is a kind of bacteria which stay dormant in the environment for a long time. This bacteria leaves a wide range of diseases like high fever, severe diarrhea, and also some form of abdominal pain in humans.
- Leptospirosis: It is a kind of bacterial infection which is transferred through the raccoon feces. This infection is not transmitted to humans but the animals too. One must not take this bacterial infection for granted and consult with a doctor as well as wildlife removal services on time.
- Rabies: Such like other species, raccoons can cause viral disease like rabies through their bites which is completely fatal. One must avoid tackling with raccoons on his own as bitten and scratched by the infected raccoon is very harmful.
- Giardia: Giardia is a kind of inflectional disease caused due to raccoon droppings. It is high risk for those people who have poor and compromised immune systems. When one is going through this infection, can face additional painful symptoms like abdominal pain and dehydration due to this disease.
- Roundworm: Raccoons excrete roundworm eggs through their droppings which are very light and easily infects the human body. It is a serious illness which can’t be left untreated.
To eliminate the raccoon dangers, your wildlife technician can help with useful tactics depends upon the severity of contamination. If you want to keep your home safe from raccoon viral, then you can call our exterminators at Wildlife Pros.