Most Hamilton County residents are aware of a skunk's unique method of defense, and most people will not approach them for that reason. Household pets, however, will be more curious if they see another animal in their vicinity. Skunk spray can temporarily blind humans and pets, and they can also tear up landscape. Our team of professionals recommends leaving them alone and to call us here at Critter Control of Hamilton County.
Keeping Skunks Away
Skunks are found most frequently visiting homes that have a lot of vegetation or bugs. Even though they prefer wooded areas, they can find shelter somewhere on your property. When you come across a skunk, it is mostly in areas like your patio or deck, these are the areas that they usually migrate too because they are able to hide there. Skunks are not picky eaters, often consuming mice, rats, vegetation, bugs and even trash. Hamilton County's professional technicians will remove skunks from your property and implement prevention techniques to keep them from coming back.
- Fence Installation
- Removing debris and trash from landscapes
Common Skunk Issues
- Yards that are torn up & trash strewn about
- Horrid smells
- Transmitted diseases
Landowners risk the possibility of being sprayed when they approach skunks. Mishandling these mammals may also lead to bites, which then will require immediate professional medical attention. So, instead of attempting to remove the critter themselves, property owners should call Critter Control. We employ only expert-level pest professionals to ensure jobs are done right and in the safest way possible.
We can help you get rid of skunk problems! Call our Hamilton County office today.Request a Quote