Skunk trapping and removal is common in residential and rural neighborhoods, schools, businesses and farms. They come down greenbelts or out of culverts and find their way to your yard or crawlspace under your deck or home.
These smelly critters can rip up lawns, steal fruits and vegetables, and eat up pet food left out on your porch or in your backyard. Skunks also make their dens under homes, tearing up insulation and making a general mess of things. Where they live, they leave their droppings and urine, which will pose health risks. Skunks are also considered a primary carrier of the rabies virus. And lets not forget the smell or risk to your pets getting sprayed by a Skunk.
The best way to address a Skunk problem is trapping, removal and exclusion from the property.
If you or your pet has been spayed by a skunk, try this solution to remove the skunk odor.
Wearing rubber gloves, wash with this solution immediately after the spraying occurs. DO NOT get the solution in eyes.
Rub the mixture all over and scrub deep to neutralize the odor. If you are washing your dog or cat, do not leave the mixture on longer than you have to because peroxide can bleach fur. Rinse the solution off thoroughly, and the smell should be gone.
Do not store this mixture or make it ahead of time, as the mixture could explode if left in a bottle.
Trapper's License: TP-10413
After speaking with this do-it-yourself customer, he had caught a Skunk near his shed, but didn't know what to do with it. I was happy to come out and remove the trapped Skunk.
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