San Diego County Fox Trapping, Removal, and Exclusion

Foxes living on your property should not be taken lightly. Foxes can be dangerous and extremely aggressive, and mother foxes will defend their young if they feel threatened. That’s when it’s time to call in the local fox trapping and control experts at Wildlife Removal Services.

Where Do Foxes Go?

fox-urbanFoxes will typically make dens under sheds, or outbuildings, under decks, or any structure that would provide safe cover. Most fox control jobs we are called to involve foxes living under a structure that protrudes into a canyon. Even in urban areas, with homes that are relatively close together, foxes can thrive. Very aloof and cunning, foxes can travel neighborhoods and backyards without being seen.

Should I Have the Foxes Removed?

Foxes can be very aggressive, and they can be a nuisance by burying their caught-prey in shallow graves until they are ready to feed. They are dangerous, largely because of the diseases and parasites that can be harmful to your pets and family. These include fleas, ticks, leptospirosis in urine-contaminated soil, not to mention the fact that foxes are known to be carriers of rabies.

Fox Removal

A wildlife control technician from Wildlife Removal Services is happy to review the process of fox trapping, fox removal, and fox control with you. With fox prevention, safe and effective fox exclusion, and cleanup of the denning area, our technicians can professionally handle your fox problem. Call the critter catchers of San Diego, Temecula, and Orange County today!