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Squirrels Can Be Pests Too
Squirrels are generally not thought of as pests. Often they are seen as harmless creatures that merely eat acorns and add a bit of life to one’s outdoor scenery. While they are not pests on the order of rats or mice, they too can cause some serious issues when they come too close to humans and their dwellings. Much of the trouble they cause is the same as that caused by rodents, from eating food and trash to spreading some of the same diseases that rodents carry. Getting rid of squirrels can be done in one of two ways, trapping or repelling them and we’ll show you how to get the best results with either method.
How To Get Rid Of Squirrels
• Squirrel Traps
Squirrel traps, or cages, are the best way to deal with a few scattered squirrels that are intruding on your trash or food storage areas. The traps we sell are humane and designed to keep the squirrel alive without harm so that it can be returned to the wild far away from where it is causing a problem.
• Squirrel Repellent
For times when trapping the animals is not appropriate, using a squirrel repellent might be just what you need to remove them from your home or yard. These repellents are formulated to be non-toxic and can be applied in virtually any situation. They are incredibly unpleasant to the animals but are nearly undetectable to humans.
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