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Bucks County Wildlife Control & Removal

We are A Wildlife Pro, and we operate a professional wildlife removal business servicing Bucks County, PA. We are not a Bucks County pest control company or Bucks County exterminator. We strictly deal with wild animals, like raccoons, squirrels, bats, skunks, and more. We offer building inspections and animal damage repairs, Bucks County animal trapping services, attic cleanup, and more. If you need fast Bucks County wildlife removal services at a fair price, call us any time to discuss your Bucks County critter problem and to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment.

  • Fully Licensed & Insured
  • Operating 24-7-365
  • Residential & Commercial
  • 8 Years Experience
  • Serving Bucks County
  • Humane Wildlife Trapping
  • Building & Home Inspections
  • Animal Damage Repairs
  • Wildlife Prevention
  • Attic Biohazard Cleanup
  • Squirrels in Attics
  • Raccoons in Attic / Chimney
  • Rat and Mouse Eradication
  • Bat and Bird Control
  • Groudhog, Opossum, Skunk


We service all of Bucks County including Bristol, Chalfont, Doylestown, Dublin, Hulmeville, Ivyland, Langhorne, Langhorne Manor, Morrisville, New Britain, New Hope, Newtown, Penndel, Perkasie, Richlandtown, Riegelsville, Sellersville, Silverdale, Telford, Trumbauersville, Tullytown, Yardley, Churchville, Cornwells Heights, Croydon, Eddington, Fairless Hills, Feasterville, Levittown, Milford Square, Newtown Grant, Plumsteadville, Richboro, Spinnerstown, Trevose, Village Shires, Warminster Heights, Woodbourne, and more.

Bucks County wildlife removal tip of the month:

Will the City or Bucks Country Service Help Me With a Snake Issue Mythology and art tells that humans have interacted with snakes since very long. In some cultures snakes are the servants of dark world where as in some cultures it is the symbol of fertility. Even today the reaction of people about snakes is still varied.

The problem:
Man has coped with snakes centuries ago with different techniques. Snakes need damp, cool shelters and take residence under and inside buildings. This sort of behavior is more noticeable in the fall as this creature seeks shelter for hibernation in the winter season. Venomous snakes, as against non venomous snakes, are more dangerous and cause serious health hazards for people livestock and pets as well. Therefore steps must be taken to oust them from your home.

Prevention:
There are many ways people adopt to discourage snakes from entering into your residential area. Some are as follows:
• Clear damp, cool places where snakes can hide.
• Cut the long grass from yard
• Try to control rodents and insect population
• Seal all the cracks and holes in order to prevent snakes from entering all crawl spaces including basement

Repellent:
To avoid snakes form the residential area many home remedies are practiced by people. Such potential treatments include:
• Moth balls
• Cedar oil
• Gourd vines
• Sulfur
• Coal tar and creosote
• Liquid smoke and musk from a king snake.

Removing:
In order to remove the snake from home there are mainly two methods: • Do it yourself • Calling a professional For catching and removing the snake yourself you have a few options. At first you may let it go; leave the way and let the snake go out itself. Otherwise you can use a trap especially for an indoor process. Avoid using glue based trap as it is inhumane. Clear all the damp and cool places. Remember it is in vein to use poison to repel or trap the snake. The other harmless option is to call a professional or country or city services to clear your house from this scary creature. It is a common observation that no city or country service is provided in this context. Usually there is no specific snake control management and one have to contact the wildlife control center. Snake killing is often legal in most of the parts of country. Therefore there would be no legal issue in killing the snake without any license.

To learn more about our Bucks County animal removal, click on the Philadelphia Wildlife Control home page.