Having skunks on your property is a situation that stinks – in more ways than one. If skunks or civet cats are causing issues at your home or business, call ABL Wildlife today. I conduct professional skunk and civet cat control services in the Vancouver WA and Portland OR areas.
With years of skunk control experience, I’m dedicated to safely and effectively resolving skunk and civet cat problems while ensuring the safety and well-being of your family and pets.
Skunks and civet cats can pose a range of challenges when they enter residential and urban areas. Understanding these common issues surrounding skunks and civets is essential for taking proactive measures to address their presence on your property.
My professional skunk and civet cat control services are designed to provide you with a wildlife-free environment. Here are a few examples of common skunk and civet problems I have experience dealing with:
Identifying signs of skunk activity early can help you take proactive measures to address the issue. Keep an eye out for the following signs that a skunk is present on your property:
If you start noticing any of those skunk warning signs, don’t wait. Give me a call to assess your problem.
Caring for your property and ensuring a safe, skunk-free environment is at the heart of my practices. I always follow humane and effective methods to address skunk and civet cat concerns:
Do you have questions about skunk and civet cat removal or exclusion in the Portland-Vancouver Metro area? Look no further. Read through these skunk and civet control FAQs, and if you have further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out.
Skunks are known for their ability to reproduce relatively quickly. A female skunk can have a litter of up to 18 (this was the largest recorded litter for the species) but it’s not uncommon to find litters of 10 offspring. This means that one skunk can turn into 20 skunks rather quickly.
A common misconception about skunks is that they will emit an odor if they are around humans at all. This is untrue, a skunk will only spray if it feels threatened, and if the skunk is perfectly content in its environment it will have no need to spray.
Yes. Unfortunately, skunks can potentially carry numerous zoonotic diseases including canine distemper, toxoplasmosis, leptospirosis, and tularemia as well as playing host to parasites like ticks, lice, and fleas.
Don't let skunks or civet cats disrupt your peace of mind or pose risks to your family. You can trust in ABL Wildlife for safe, efficient, and humane skunk and civet cat control services.
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Serving the Portland Metro Area