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Milwaukee Wisconsin Raccoon Control Situation: David, We live in Milwaukee, WI in a sub division called Errol Estates, I have a raccoon in my attic. I know where it is going in and out and I believe she has had babies. I have set a trap and she knocks it down, also she has taken the food out of it not setting the trap off. I talked to a trapper and he said this is no problem and he could handle it, I am looking at all my options and recommendations. We see the raccoon each day enter and exit and are trying to be patient in hoping to see her go with the babies, but we have been told that if she is not captured and relocated she will continue to come back to our home and this is not what we want. I am sure you are very busy now and we can try to hold off in taking care of this, I have called several companies and really do not know who to trust. A teacher where I work also works at Animal Kingdom and her name is Meghan and she is who gave me your name. I was under the assumption she knew who and what I needed. Thank you for the email and I await further correspondence with you concerning this issue. To be honest, there are several companies that you should not trust. Franchise companies who hire underqualified employees and pay them little, but charge very high rates and do a lot of sales talk. I started this business on my own, and I run it on my own, and I do exceptional work. But you must make up your own mind. If you want to hire me, just give me a call any time. Although I work many hours, I could certainly make time for you, and come out as early as tomorrow if you wish. You can see that I catch baby raccoons and mothers in attics at these web pages. Thank you, Jack
Okay a raccoon problem. I put rat bait in those black boxes so nothing other than rats and mice is supposed to have access. The boxes are all attached to cables which are anchored to stakes, so the boxes cannot not go anywhere. If I fill 6 or 7 boxes with rat bait, within two days the raccoons will manage to get the bait out and eat it! I have tried wiring the bait in the corner of the box so they cannot get it, but they still manage to pull the wired bait out the entry hole and eat it! This is a large quantity of bait if you add up all the boxes! We live next to a stream and are surrounded by hundreds of acres of open space and have a problem with rates. I cannot seem to figure out what to do so the rats eat the bait but not the raccoons! We also trap the rats but we have too many not to bait (eating wire in cars, etc...) Any suggestions to get rid of rats/mice and not have the raccoons eat the bait?
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