Snake capture and removal is a delicate procedure. They are a vital part of the ecosystem and
Pittsburgh snakes should never be harmed. Often they can be coaxed out of a house or yard by simply leaving
them to go on their way. If you have dogs or cats, odds are the snake won’t want to stay in your
yard anyway, since both cats and dogs will hunt snakes. Letting a nsake make its own way out, is
usually the best, least traumatic way of removing a snake. Remember that most Pennsylvania snake bites occur
when people try to catch or kill them.
So if you do find a Pittsburgh snake in your yard please call a professional to remove it. It is the best way to keep yourself, your family and your pets safe. There are many listings on the internet for professional snake removers all over the US. If you are concerned about the Pennsylvania professional and want to know which one will not kill the snake, then it might be best if you do some research beforehand, if you suspect you will run across Pennsylvania snakes.
Of course you can use a Pittsburgh snake trap. There is one on the market that is particularly good. It doesn’t kill the snake but holds it until it can be released. It is the yellow box that says Snake Trap on the top in black. Of course there is always the question of what to do with the Pennsylvania snake once you have caught it. Once you’ve caught the snake in the snake trap, you can then call the professionals to remove it and release it some place safe. Snakes need specific habitats to live in and so simply catching the snake a releasing it anywhere you please, might not be the best option. Local Pennsylvania professionals will know what kind of snake you are dealing with, where it likes to live, what it eats and then will be able to release it in an area that will suit it best.
Always remember that Pittsburgh snakes, although not vicious or bloodthirsty of themselves, will always defend themselves if they feel threatened. This is why most Pennsylvania snake bites occur when people try to kill them or catch them bare handed. This is never a good idea, even the pros use gloves and equipment. So rather call them and be safe.
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