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Raccoon traps are perfect for controlling nuisance raccoons. These animals are comfortable around humans and human dwellings, especially when food, water, and shelter are readily available. Raccoons eat almost anything, and often get into garbage cans and dumpsters, eat garden and crop produce, and poultry. They also damage homes and buildings when trying to access shelter. Raccoon traps allow you to catch a nuisance raccoon with a safe and humane form of animal control, and we carry many types of animal traps so you can successfully control raccoons in your area.
See also: Raccoon Control
About Raccoon Trapping
A note about raccoon trapping: body gripping and foothold traps for raccoons may be illegal in your area. There are many different rules and regulations for raccoon trapping and other control methods, since raccoons are often considered fur-bearing animals. Also, because they often carry rabies, there may be certain rules on releasing raccoons back into the wild. Always contact your local department of natural resources or animal control to find out the current laws where you live.
How To Trap A Raccoon
Raccoons are relatively easy to trap. The best trap for homeowners with pets or those that live in areas where dogs and cats may roam is a live trap or cage trap, since they don’t harm or kill the trapped animal. Here are some raccoon trapping tips to help you successfully trap nuisance raccoons on your property.
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