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Thread: Raccoon Deterrent

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    I can't tell for sure, but I feel as though some people are not taking this thread seriously. However I want to state that my response was serious. Hope you can get things under control. Good Luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acro View Post
    I can't tell for sure, but I feel as though some people are not taking this thread seriously. However I want to state that my response was serious. Hope you can get things under control. Good Luck.
    Interestingly enough, the raccoons have stopped visiting...at least for now. I didn't mention that another strategy of mine is to use my good ol' raccoon trap and just relocate them when I catch them. As far as I know, raccoons do not have the same amazing tracking senses that, say, cats do.

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    I wouldn't bother with tracking and relocation risks, raccoons have high instances of diseases like rabies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Planter View Post
    Interestingly enough, the raccoons have stopped visiting...at least for now. I didn't mention that another strategy of mine is to use my good ol' raccoon trap and just relocate them when I catch them. As far as I know, raccoons do not have the same amazing tracking senses that, say, cats do.
    Very cool, good work!

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    Check your state laws before relocating a raccoon. It's illegal to do so here. Any trapped animals have to be euthanized or released back onto the property where they were captured.

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    think you can change euthanized to kill,more appropriate ,as the animal i am sure would not thank you for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by corky View Post
    think you can change euthanized to kill,more appropriate ,as the animal i am sure would not thank you for it
    Depends upon the method of dispatch whether euthanized fits. Raccoons are smart critters, but I must concur that they won't thank you. They tend to be short on manners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
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    What's Hugh Jackman's hourly rate for raccoon control?

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