Springfield Raccoon Removal

Call us any time for raccoon removal and wildlife removal in the Springfield area. I have spoken with the field technician in Springfield and he fully understands Massachusetts raccoons and their behavior, and the proper methods for humane removal. For me to recommend him, he has agreed to abide by rules of humane wildlife removal, all Hampden County and Massachusetts wildlife laws, and have a thorough understanding of wildlife biology and the concerns associated with critter removal, such as the welfare of the animals, the presence of baby raccoons in the attic, and the need to perform complete wildlife removal services with permanent results, utilizing techniques such as home inspections, preventative repairs, and animal waste cleanup.

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Here is some additional information about our Springfield wildlife removal and raccoon control services. We also provide wild animal control in the following towns: Greenfield, Deerfield, Montague, Gill, Wilbraham, Agawam, Hampden, Longmeadow, East Longmeadow, West Springfield, Chicopee, Holyoke, Granby, Palmer, Ludlow, Monson, Warren, Ware, Hadley, South Hadley, East Hampton, Northampton, Amherst, hatfield, Belchertown, Pelham, Williamsburg, Whately, Sunderland, Leverett, Shutesbury, New Salem, Petersham, Phillipston, Athol, Templeton, Gardner, Winchendon, Royalston, Orange, Warwick, Erving, Northfield, Bernardston, Leyden, Colrain, Shelburne, Conway, Ware.

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Springfield Massachusetts Raccoon Control Situation: I don't know. I don't "get rid" of baby raccoons, I give them to a wonderful woman who is a state licensed wildlife rehabber. First of all, you might not be adequate caretakers if your first one died. This woman who specializes in wildlife rehab never loses raccoons, she gives them full vaccinations and she weighs them every day to give the proper type and amount of food, and she provides the best environment. Second, the birthing season is over. From Jan - March I was catching many baby raccoons, but now they're all grown into adolescents. You need a young baby if you want to adopt it and have it take to you. Third, do you have licensing as a wildlife rehabber? If not, it's technically illegal for me to give you a raccoon. All that said, I don't really care about points one and three, but in all honesty, it might be hard to find any mothers that had litters this late in the season. I might give you a call, but chances are low. You must also be made aware that raccoons are not meant as pets. Even though they are the cutest animals in nature (my opinion), once they mature sexually, they WILL, and I guarantee it, suddenly turn on you one day and bite/scratch you very seriously.

I am aware of all your points, appreciate your concern and have researched the topic extensively. I was taking proper care of the one I found and had consulted rehabbers on almost a daily basis. Yes the one I had was about 2 week old when I got him and noticed that he atttached himself to "me" as I was the caretaker. It was such an amazing experience. I did everything I could, including vaccinations, fluids, antibiotics, etc. The pneumonia had nothing to do with it (I caught it also). I certainly understand your hesitation. I have the paperwork for a class III wildlife ownership (just hesitate to send it in unless I have access to one and can help in some way) and I have spare rooms (indoor & outdoor conjoined). I am truly glad about your approach as I was not sure what happens to "critters" in the "critter" business and was just hoping to save some. If you other person could use some help, please let me know. Take care, Christina

If you wish to learn more, click on the How to Get Rid of Raccoons in the Attic home page. For raccoon control in Hampden County, Massachusetts, call us at 413-372-1777, and ask to talk about raccoons in the attic in Springfield, MA.