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How to keep wild animals out of your house

In the present day, wildlife and humans have been force to live very close. This is because of human encroachment of the wildlife habitat by the humans as cities continue to grow. This is the reason as to why so many people keep on complaining about intrusion of wildlife into homes. It is also the reason as to why so many pest control companies and trappers are on the rise. Many of the companies apply inhumane methods so as to deal with pets and this is what leads to a very slow and painful death in the part of the animal. This also results in many litters of babies that are left behind.



It is possible to keep wild animals from your house. It is all about animal proofing your home and you will be fine. Remember, if the animals can’t get in then you will always be safe. Having your home surveyed for any entry points can be a wonderful way to start looking for a solution. There are several things that you can do to make sure wildlife stays out and they include:
  • Keep pets and their food indoors. This will discourage any animals into your yard and eventually into your house. Having pets indoors will also prevent any kind of conflict from happening.
  • If there is a woodpile in your yard, make sure it stays elevated from the ground if it is really necessary to have it. This makes it impossible for the animals to nest in this area.
  • Keep the garbage cans secured and covered at all times. One of the main reasons as to why animals come to your house is to search for food. Some of the animals are browsers meaning the garbage can prove to have some delicacies. You should make it impossible for them to get to the garbage.
  • Close the shed, garage and all doors especially at night. Nocturnal animals can get into the home without your knowing.
  • Seal out all possible entry and exit points that can be used by animals. The chimney, attic, porch and shed prove to some of the areas with a high infiltration rate.
A lot of the companies use the various appropriate inhumane methods so as to pact with pets in addition to this is what leads to a very slow and excruciating death in the part of the animal. This also comes with the consequences in many litters of babies that are left behind. Go back to the How to get rid of wildlife home page.

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