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Fort Worth, TX Venomous Snake Control (469) 708-6607

The Wildlife Professionals
Fort Worth Texas
Snake Removal Services

(469) 708-6607





Snake Removal in Fort Worth Texas.can be a very dangerous task indeed. Not all snakes are venomous, though it be very difficult even for a trained eye to classify a snake when it is loose in a house. When you find a snake in your house or a snake in the basement of your house it could be a terribly terrifying experience for just about anyone. 

Snakes are fantastic creatures and should be respected even if feared. All snakes serve a purpose and should be allowed to serve it. Although a snake in the house or even a snake in the yard can be a nuisance for all involved and a wildlife professional should be called to solve this conflict.

Snakes in the Garage in Fort Worth Texas. Snake often find a garage as a great place to find food and shelter. a lot of non poisonous snakes love to feed off of insects and mice in a garage. Poisonous snakes have been also found in garage. Homeowners will often leave the garage door open in warm weather often to do garden work, washing the car in the driveway or even kids coming and going. 


Western Rat Snake having a rattlesnake for lunch

The Poison and Drug Information Center Call (800-222-1222)
maintains a list of which types of antivenins (sometimes called antivenoms)
are available and can advise a physician where to call in the event of a
bite from a venomous snake


Snake in the house in Fort Worth Texas
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This is the most often call I get each year. From a snake in the bathroom, a snake in the basement, and even a snake in the kitchen.  When a snake is loose in the house it can get very disorientating for both the homeowner and the snake. When you do find a snake in your home it is important to keep from contact with the snake. pay attention to where the snake is, if possible have someone keep an eye on it while you call The Wildlife Professionals. This will help the tech once on the property and increase the chance of snake removal on that visit. If the tech can not locate the snake other precautions will need to be implemented.

Snake Skin found in the attic in Fort Worth Texas
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A snake skin in the attic means only one thing. There has been a snake in the attic. the question on your mind should be why? Snake tend to hang around areas that supply water, Shelter and most of all food. So if there is an snake in your attic that hung around long enough to shed a skin then why was it there in the first place? 

The answer is that snakes are just a red flag to an underlining issue you may not even know you had. Snakes feed off of insects, rodents, Bats and even other snakes. It is always best to call a Fort Worth TX professional.

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Call The Wildlife Professionals of Fort Worth Texas@ 972-277-1226

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Common snake found in Texas are Blind Snake,Texas Glossy Snake, Trans-Pecos Rat Snake, Worm Snake, Scarlet Snake, Racer, Buttermilk racer snake, Tan Racer Snake, Eastern yellow Belly Racer Snake, Mexican Racer, Southern Black Racer, Black-Striped Snake, Ringneck Snake, prairie ringneck snake, Regal Ringneck snake, Indigo Snake, Speckled racer, Rat Snake, Baird's Rat snake, Great Plains Rat Snake, Corn Snake, Texas Black snake, Slowinski's Cornsnake, Mud Snake, Hognose Snake, Night Snake , King Snake, Milk Snake, Cat-eyed Snake, Coachwhip, whip snake, Water Snake, Green Snake, Gopher snake, Crayfish Snake, Longnose Snake, Patchnose Snake, Ground Snake, Blackhead Snake, Garter snake, Ribbon Snake, Lyre Snake, Texas lined Snake, Earth Snake, Corla Snake, Sputhern Copperhead, Broad-banded Copperhead Snake, Trans-Pecos Copperhead snake, Western Cottonmouth snake, Western Diamondback rattlesnake,Timber rattlesnake, Banded Rock Rattlesnake, Mottled Rock Rattlesnake, North Black tail snake, Mojave Rattlesnake, Prairie Rattlesnake, Dessert Rattlesnake, Western Massasauga Rattlesnake.
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