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Skunks are mammals known for their ability to spray a liquid with a strong unpleasant smell. Different species of skunk vary in appearance from black-and-white to brown, cream or ginger colored, but all have warning coloration. Signs of Skunks on your property you may find small, shallow holes in the lawn, similar to those made by squirrels, which are a result of a skunk foraging for grubs. If you do find signs of a Skunk Infestation in your home, contact our Tomkins Cove Exterminator at Dependable Exterminating promptly @ 1-844-305-8999.
Raccoons are highly intelligent and curious creatures, but they can also be a nuisance to any homeowner. These nocturnal mammals can destroy gardens, make a mess by tipping over garbage cans, and can cause structural damage in search of food. Raccoons are extremely adaptable. They are often found in suburban and urban areas, making their homes in man-made structures like attics, sewers, barns and sheds.
Property damage caused by raccoons is most commonly due to their desire to find food as well as their need to locate shelter. A raccoon will often try to find shelter in attics and other areas in your home or business. A mother raccoon and her kits have been known to pry up roofing tiles in order to gain access. Once inside, raccoons will leave behind urine and feces. If you have raccoons causing havoc to you and your property, Tomkins Cove Pest Control is here to help. Call Today. 1-844-305-8999.
Ticks vary in color by species. Adult ticks can be smaller than a sunflower seed (over 1 cm long if engorged with blood), while tick larvae can be less than 1 mm. Common problem ticks include the American dog tick, deer tick, black legged tick and lone star tick. Ticks feed on the blood of their chosen hosts and are transmitters of various diseases and are the main carrier of Lyme Disease.
Since ticks require blood from people or animals to survive, ticks in your home will attach themselves to you, your family members or your pets. You should always check your body—and those of your children and pets—after being outside in an area known to have ticks. Dogs permitted to run through tick infested meadows can pick up hundreds of ticks in just one day.