Wildlife Control Akron, OH
1) Don't Let Your Children Near It
Goose feces host a large number of bacteria types and young children may not realize the dangers of handling geese feces. With their still-developing immune systems, its best to keep them away at all costs.
2) Don't Mow Over It
Mowing over geese feces allows the harmful bacteria found in geese feces to become airborne. Once airborne it can be extremely hazardous to breathe in the bacteria found within. Avoid mowing over feces and call an expert for clean up.
3) Don't Let Your Animals Near It
Just like with small children, dogs and cats can inject geese feces which poses health risks to the animal. While cats and dogs are known to have stronger stomachs when compared to people, they can still get very sick after eating the feces.