Critter Control Technicians are Certified Wildlife Specialists, with the knowledge and tools to get rid of your fox problem. Critter Control offices practice humane fox removal techniques, that ensure the safe capture and release of your fox issue. Our Critter Control fox removal professionals are trained in fox removal, fox trapping, fox control and in how to identify foxes and prevent future fox damage.
Fox problems can be serious for poultry producers. Fox problems may cause losses that are heavy in small farm flocks of chickens, ducks and geese. Young pigs, lambs and small pets can also become prey to foxes. When fox damage such as this occurs it is best to contact a professional to help get rid of your fox problem. Critter Control offers fox removal and fox control services to prevent future fox damage.
It is uncommon for foxes to enter homes, however fox problems occur when they invade a premise in search of food and shelter. Foxes feeding in garbage cans, gardens and on livestock are common complaints within suburban areas. Our fox removal professionals will assess the problem and take the necessary steps to not only remove the foxes from your property but also repair damaged areas and reduce the possibility of future fox problems.
Red fox and gray fox are the most common species. The red fox is dog-like in appearance, with an elongated pointed muzzle and large pointed ears that are usually erect and forward. Typically, red foxes are colored with a light orange-red coat, black legs, lighter-colored underfur and a white-tipped bushy tail. The Gray foxes color pattern is generally salt-and-pepper gray. The sides of the neck, back of the ears, legs, and feet are rusty yellow. The tail is long and bushy with a black tip.
The fox is adaptable to most habitats within its range, but usually prefers open country with moderate cover. Some of the highest fox densities reported are in the north-central United States, where woodlands are interspersed with farmlands. These resourceful critters adapt well to human environments such as farms, suburban areas, and even large communities.
Wild foxes can be aggressive and dangerous. Mothers are extremely protective of their young and will defend her litter if she feels threatened. Fox safety should not be taken lightly. They are known to carry a variety of parasites and diseases that can be transmitted to pets and humans.
Fox removal and professional fox prevention services should be contacted as soon as a fox issue is identified. Call 1-800-CRITTER (274-8837)
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