Vital Services For Human and Pet Health

Stop The Spread of Disease

There are many diseases that wild animals can cause to humans and pets merely by leaving their droppings behind.

For example; Bat droppings can harbor Histoplasma capsulatum spores, which can cause the disease known as histoplasmosis, similar to the flu, or in more extreme cases, can lead to severe lung infections.

The fungus causing histoplasmosis grows best in conditions where there has been an accumulation of droppings for at least three years.

Similarly, raccoon feces can have raccoon roundworm parasites that can be fatal if their microscopic, sticky eggs are ingested.

Birds may be beautiful to look at, and calming to our nerves when we hear their little chirps, however, they are carriers of diseases such as ornithosis, encephalitis, toxoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, and salmonella poisoning.

After wildlife is removed from a property, decontamination and sanitizing are crucial as a follow-up to halt the spread of bacteria, parasites, and disease.


Stay Safe with Decontamination and Sanitizing

If you have experienced wildlife issues in your home or commercial building, it is extremely critical to get the areas decontaminated and sanitized to protect everyone.

If you have wildlife animals on your property, remember to keep children away from those areas, and always wash hands.

For a thorough clean up and repair with decontamination and sanitization, contact the Critter Detective today!


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