• mink
  • It affects fish eating mammals, particularly mink and dogs. (wikipedia.org)
  • Allergens with the same molecular weight were found in Mink, Blue Fox, Silver Fox, Raccoon, Dog and Fitchew fur and urine extracts. (phadia.com)
  • The IgE binding to allergenic bands of fur animal (Fox, Mink, Raccoon) extracts was also observed in immunoblotting when Dog and Cat Specific IgE containing sera were used. (phadia.com)
  • wildlife
  • But these are city raccoons that tend to make a U-turn for civilization when dropped off in nature, said Stanley D. Gehrt, a wildlife ecologist at Ohio State University who has studied urban raccoons for two decades. (nytimes.com)
  • A special license from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is required to remove "nuisance wildlife" such as raccoons. (nytimes.com)
  • dog's
  • This male role is very significant, as demonstrated by early releases in 1928 of pregnant females without males resulting in very limited success at introduction, while later releases of pairs from 1929 until the 1960s resulted in the raccoon dog's now extensive introduced European range. (wikipedia.org)
  • wolves
  • Morphological comparison of canid skulls now leads Shipman and some other paleoanthropologists to believe that dogs first became genetically and behaviorally distinct from wolves 36,000 years ago. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • animals
  • Native East Asian raccoon dog populations have declined in recent years due to hunting, fur trade, urbanization, the increase of animals associated with human civilization (such as pets and abandoned animals) and diseases that may be transmitted between them. (wikipedia.org)
  • Raccoon dogs are monogamous animals, with pair formations usually occurring in autumn. (wikipedia.org)
  • The diet of a raccoon consists of plants, insects, and other small animals. (terminixconstructionservices.com)
  • Dogs have been selectively bred through the centuries for special purposes, notably to pursue and retrieve game, as draft animals, as guides (e.g., for the blind), and as companions. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • gutter
  • He said he turned away the callers seeking removal because of the city's laws on raccoons and his group's no-kill policy, and responded only in emergencies, like a recent episode involving a hefty raccoon stuck in a roof gutter . (nytimes.com)
  • Additional areas that can be damaged by raccoons include roofing tiles, soffits and facia boards, and gutter systems. (terminixconstructionservices.com)
  • fecal
  • Many dogs do not show symptoms, however, which is why annual fecal exams are important. (torontodogwalking.com)
  • Once inside, raccoons can wreak havoc on your home - tearing apart ductwork, trampling down and disturbing insulation, tearing holes in walls or roofs, chewing on electrical wires, and leaving behind large amounts of urine and fecal matter. (terminixconstructionservices.com)
  • years
  • The cat-like feliforms and dog-like caniforms emerged within the Carnivoramorpha 43 million years before present. (wikipedia.org)
  • Some five million years later, the carnivorans split into two main divisions: caniforms (dog-like) and feliforms (cat-like). (wikipedia.org)
  • The average lifespan of a raccoon is approximately 2 ½ years. (terminixconstructionservices.com)
  • Further, raccoons retain the solution to these tasks for up to three years. (terminixconstructionservices.com)
  • Then, Souta realizes that this child is a shape shifting tanuki that has been inhabiting Kagawa for many years. (wikipedia.org)
  • Data from molecular clock studies implies a divergence date from the common raccoon of anything between 26,000 and 69,000 years ago. (wikipedia.org)
  • Dog remains estimated to be about 14,000 years old have been found in Germany, and younger remains have been found in Israel (about 13,500 years old) and Idaho (about 10,500 years old). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • It is probable that the dog was the first animal to become domesticated, certainly by 15,000 years ago, but possibly long before that. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • areas
  • The Asian black bear (Ursus thibetanus) inhabits mountainous areas in Honshū, Kyūshū and Shikoku. (wikipedia.org)
  • Gopher tortoises inhabit sandy, dry areas such as occur in this upland sand pine forest. (si.edu)
  • 1991) observed that in Brevard County, Florida, gopher tortoises often inhabit poorly-drained scrub and slash pine areas. (si.edu)
  • But many trappers, as well as homeowners who do the job themselves, say they transport raccoons to parks or wilderness areas and set them free instead, because they don't have the heart to do what is legally required. (nytimes.com)
  • A proper inspection will reveal entry points as well as any areas that have been damaged by raccoons including ductwork, insulation, and roofing elements. (terminixconstructionservices.com)
  • Raccoon Island is one of Louisiana's most heavily populated nesting areas. (kinshipcircle.org)
  • cats
  • Supervise your pets - dogs and cats should not be left outside for any period of time unsupervised, especially at night. (brantford.ca)
  • range
  • Raccoon dogs displayed wintertime mobility, and the home range sizes determined by GPS were similar or larger than previous estimates by radio tracking. (biomedcentral.com)
  • These are fresh water turtles, inhabiting most fresh to brackish wetlands throughout out their range. (wikipedia.org)
  • breeds
  • the silky coat of the Yorkshire terrier may be 2 ft (61 cm) long, while a few breeds of dog (such as the Mexican hairless) are entirely without hair. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • control
  • According to official data, New York's 311 help line received 1,581 inquiries about raccoon control in 2015 as of mid-December. (nytimes.com)
  • island
  • Since then, other scientists have generally agreed with Merriam's assessment, especially Kristofer Helgen and Don E. Wilson, who have dismissed this classification for the other four island raccoons in their studies in 2003 and 2005. (wikipedia.org)
  • animal
  • While raccoon feces can be anywhere, this animal is most likely to form a "raccoon latrine" when it inhabits a specific area (such as your garage or attic). (torontodogwalking.com)
  • Sean Casey, who runs an animal-rescue organization in Brooklyn, said he received calls about raccoons "almost daily. (nytimes.com)
  • RAST inhibition of Dog-positive sera with fur animal extracts and fur-animal-positive sera with Dog extract confirmed the cross-reactivity of these IgE antibodies. (phadia.com)