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Snake Removal
snake control

Q: If I get a snakebite from a venomous snake, should I suck the venom out?

Q: How many venomous snakes are there in Florida?

Q: How many types of snakes are there in Florida?

Q: I saw a snake swimming in my pond. Was it a Water Moccasin?

Q: I have a snake in my house. How did it get into my home?

Q: If the snake is non-venomous, will it still bite?

Q: How do I tell the difference between a venomous snake and a non-venomous snake?

Q: My dog got bit by a snake. What should I do?

Q: How far away can a snake be to bite me?

Q: If I leave the snake alone will it just go away?

Q: A snake had babies under my house. Will the baby snakes leave when they get big enough?

Q: Why is snake removal important if they are under my home?

Q: Is snake removal necessary?

Q: How do I get rid of snakes?

Q: Is trapping the snake the only way to do snake removal?

Q: Are snakes dangerous?

Q: Once the snake is removed how do you keep more from coming back?

Q: Can a snake have rabies?

Q: How many babies will a snake have?

Q: I hear noises in my attic. Could it be a snake?

Q: I saw a snake go underneath my house. Should I have the snake removed?

Q: What kind of bait can I use to attract snakes?

Q: Something made a big hole in my air conditioning duct work. Was it a snake?

Q: How long will it take to trap a snake?

Q: If catch the snake myself will you take it away for me?

Q: If I get a snakebite from a venomous snake should I suck the venom out?

A: No, absolutely not. Snakebites from venomous snakes should be treated by a local hospital with antivenom. If you attempt to suck out the venom you are subjecting another part of your body to the venom. Again, do not suck out the venom and seek immediate medical attention by a facility that is experienced in snakebites.

Q: How many venomous snakes are there in Florida?

A: There are 6 species of venomous snakes in Florida. The Pygmy Rattlesnake, Cottonmouth or Water Moccasin, Coral snake, and Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake are found throughout Florida. The Southern Cottonmouth and the Timber Rattlesnake are found primarily in north Florida.

Q: How many types of snakes are there in Florida?

A: There are 45 species of snakes that live in Florida not including exotic species that have been introduced by pets being released.

Q: I saw a snake swimming in my pond. Was it a Water Moccasin?

A: Water Moccasins or Cottonmouths can be found in ponds, streams, springs, rivers, lakes, marshes, swamps, reservoirs, canals, retention pools and roadside ditches. Water snakes are also common in these areas and can be easily misidentified as a Water Moccasin. Call a wildlife biologist at Allstar Animal Removal to help identify if the snake is dangerous and if it needs to be removed.

Q: I have a snake in my house. How did it get into my home?

A: A snake can get into a house through many different entry points. Water spouts that are not properly sealed, open garage doors and garage doors that are not properly sealed are just a few of the common entry points for a snake. Blind snakes will get into a house through cracks in the foundation. Call a professional at Allstar Animal Removal to give a full inspection and find out where the snake is getting into your home.

Q: If the snake is non-venomous will it still bite?

A: Depending on what species of non-venomous snake, most will bite to defend themselves if they feel threatened. Never handle a snake even if it is non-venomous. With a non-venomous snakebite you still have to worry about bacterial infections.

Q: How do I tell the difference between a venomous snake and a non-venomous snake?

A: Always leave identifying snakes to an experienced professional. Water Moccasins can be misidentified as a non-venomous water snake and Pigmy Rattlesnakes can be misidentified as juvenile Black Racer snakes. There are great tools on the internet that can help in identifying snakes but it is always best to leave identifying and handling snakes to a professional at Allstar Animal Removal.

Q: My dog got bit by a snake. What should I do?

A: If your pet was bit by a snake then immediately call a local veterinarian that is experienced with snakebites.

Q: How far away can a snake be to bite me?

A: A snake can strike half the distance of its body. So if a snake is 4ft long then it can strike its victim from 2ft away.

Q: If I leave the snake alone will it just go away?

A: It depends on the species of snake and why it is there in the first place. If there is an abundant food source and/or a great place for shelter then the snake will probably stay. Call Allstar Animal Removal for information on snake control.

Q: A snake had babies under my house. Will the baby snakes leave when they get big enough?

A: This depends on the species of snake. Most snakes abandon their eggs once they are laid. Once the snake eggs hatch they will seek out a source of food. If there is a sufficient food source for the snakes, then they could stay. Call Allstar Animal Removal for information on snake control.

Q: Why is snake removal important if they are under my home?

A: Most snakebites occur from the snake being harassed or stepped on. If a snake is living under a home and a resident steps on the snake then the snake will probably bite. If a dog or cat harasses the snake then the snake will defend itself. The professionals at Allstar Animal Removal can help in identifying if the snake is venomous and needs to be removed.

Q: Is snake removal necessary?

A: Snakes can be very dangerous. When a snake enters a home or threatens the safety of a pet or human then snake removal is necessary. Snakes are beneficial to the environment and should not be killed at random. There are techniques that can trap the snake without harming it. When snake removal is necessary it should be left up to the professionals at Allstar Animal Removal.

Q: How do I get rid of snakes?

A: Snake control is a combination of different techniques. Trapping the snakes and reducing the food source are some of the steps in getting rid of snakes. Call Allstar Animal Removal for different options with snake control.

Q: Is trapping the snake the only way to do snake removal?

A: A trained professional can safely remove a snake with snake tongs. When the snake is not visible then trapping snakes is the most effective way to remove snakes.

Q: Are snakes dangerous?

A: Snakes can be very dangerous. Depending on the species, some snakes are venomous and a bite will require immediate medical attention. Non-venomous snakebites could become infected and need medical attention. Do not handle snakes. Leave catching snakes up to the trained professionals at Allstar Animal Removal.

Q: Once the snake is removed how do you keep more from coming back?

A: Allstar Animal Removal is very experienced in snake control. There are ways of controlling the population of snakes on your property.

Q: Can a snake have rabies?

A: No. The danger in snakebites is from venom and bacterial infections.

Q: How many babies will a snake have?

A: Most snakes lay eggs. The amount of young produced depends on the species. The range could be from one egg to over one hundred eggs.

Q: I hear noises in my attic. Could it be a snake?

A: Some snakes, like a Rat Snake, can climb trees and get into an attic. A snake in an attic is possible but there are more likely intruders that would make those noises. The noises in the attic could also be from rats, mice, raccoons, opossum, gray squirrels, flying squirrels, large lizards, birds, or bats.

Q: I saw a snake go underneath my house. Should I have the snake removed?

A: Yes. Snakes will bite if they are stepped on. If a snake comes out from under your home to bask in the sun and you step on it the snake will defend itself. If you have pets they usually try to chase down snakes and catch them. If the snake is venomous then you and your pet are at risk of a potentially fatal situation. If a snake enters underneath your home then it needs to be removed.

Q: What kind of bait can I use to attract snakes?

A: There is no manmade bait that will attract snakes. Snake trapping involves technique and can be dangerous. Trapping snakes should be left up to the trained professionals at Allstar Animal Removal.

Q: Something made a big hole in my air conditioning duct work. Was it a snake?

A: No. Snakes will take residence in existing holes dug by other animals. Snakes are also cold blooded and would not be attracted to the cool conditions of the air conditioning. Raccoons, opossum, rats and squirrels are notorious for digging holes in a/c duct work. Let a professional at Allstar Animal Removal perform an inspection and determine what animal did the damage.

Q: How long will it take to trap a snake?

A: Each snake trapping session is different. Allstar Animal Removal usually traps snake for two weeks but may have the problem solved in the first night. There are multiple factors that take place in snake removal to determine how long it will take to trap the snake.

Q: If catch the snake myself will you take it away for me?

A: Yes. It is not recommended to trap a snake if you are not trained. Snake trapping can be very dangerous. If you have a snake trapped then call Allstar Animal Removal for different options in removing the snake.

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the snake, remove the snakes, remove the snake feces and prevent snakes from coming back in the
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Pinellas County Gopher Control
Baypines - Belleair - Clearwater - Crystal Beach - Dunedin - Gulfport - Indian Rocks Beach - Indian Shores - Kenneth
City - Largo - Madeira Beach - Oldsmar - Ozona - Palm Harbor - Pass-A-Grille Beach - Pinellas Park - Redington
Beach - Safety Harbor - Saint Petersburg - Seminole - South Pasadena - St. Pete Beach - Sunset Beach - Tarpon
Springs - Tierra Verde - Treasure Island

Hillsborough County Gopher Control
Apollo Beach - Balm - Bloomingdale - Brandon - Carrollwood Village - Dover - Gibsonton - Lithia - Lutz - Mango - Plant
City - Riverview - Ruskin - Seffner - Sun City Center - Tampa - Temple Terrace - Thonotosassa - Valrico - Wimauma -
Ybor City

Pasco County Gopher Control
Dade City - Holiday - Hudson -Land O Lakes -New Port Richey - Odessa - Port Richey - San Antonio - Trintiy - Wesley
Chapel – Zephyrhills

Sarasota County Gopher Control
Nokomis - Osprey - North Port - Sarasota – Venice

Manatee County Gopher Control
Anna Maria - Bradenton - Bradenton Beach - Holmes Beach - Longboat Key - Myakka City - Oneco – Palmetto

Charlotte County Gopher Control
Cleveland - Grove City - Palm Island - Placida - Port Charlotte - Punta Gorda - Rotonda – Solana

Hernando County Gopher Control
Brooksville - Herrnando Beach - Masaryktown - Ridge Manor - Spring Hill - Weeki Wachee

Duval County Gopher Control
Atlantic Beach - Baldwin - Jacksonville - Jacksonville Beach - Mayport - Neptune Beach

St Johns County Gopher Control
Crescent Beach - Elkton - Fort Matanzas - Fruit Cove - Hastings - Marineland - Palm Valley - Ponte Vedra - Ponte
Vedra Beach - St. Augustine - St. Augustine Beach - Switzerland - Vilano Beach

Clay County Gopher Control
Bellair, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Middleburg, Orange Park, Penney Farms

Polk County Gopher Control
Auburndale - Bartow - Davenport - Dundee - Eagle Lake - Fedhaven - Fort Meade - Frostproof - Haines City - Highland
Park - Hillcrest Heights - Indian Lake Estates - Lake Alfred - Lake Hamilton - Lake Wales - Lakeland - Mulberry -
Nalcrest - Polk City - Providence - Winter Haven

Citrus County Gopher Control
Beverly Hills - Black Diamond - Citrus Hills - Citrus Springs - Crystal River - Floral City - Hernando - Homosassa
Springs - Homosassa - Inverness - Lecanto - Pine Ridge - Surgarmill Woods

Osceola County Gopher Control
Campbell - Celebration - Champions Gate - Kenansville - Kissimmee - Poinciana - St. Cloud

Orange County Gopher Control
Alafaya - Apopka - Bay Lake - Belle Isle - Christmas - Doctor Phillips - Eatonville - Edgewood - Hunter's Creek - Lake
Buena Vista - Maitland - Oakland - Ocoee - Orlando - Tangerine - Windermere - Winter Garden - Winter Park –
Zellwood

Seminole County Gopher Control
Altamonte Springs - Casselberry - Geneva - Lake Mary - Lake Monroe - Longwood - Oviedo - Sanford - Winter Springs

Broward County Gopher Control
Coconut Creek - Cooper City - Coral Springs - Dania Beach - Davie - Deerfield Beach - Fort Lauderdale - Hallandale
Beach - Hillsboro Beach - Hollywood - Lauderdale Lakes - Lauderdale-By-The-Sea - Lauderhill - Lazy Lake -
Lighthouse Point - Margate - Miramar - North Lauderdale - Oakland Park - Parkland - Pembroke Park - Pembroke
Pines - Plantation - Pompano Beach - Port Everglades - Sea Ranch Lakes - Southwest Ranches - Sunrise - Tamarac -
West Park - Weston - Wilton Manors

Palm Beach County Gopher Control
Atlantis - Belle Glade - Boca Raton - Boynton Beach - Briny Breezes - Canal Point - Cloud Lake - Delray Beach - Glen
Ridge – Golf – Greenacres - Gulf Stream – Haverhill - Highland Beach – Hypoluxo - Juno Beach – Jupiter - Jupiter Inlet
Colony - Lake Clarke Shores - Lake Park - Lake Worth – Lantana – Loxahatchee – Manalapan - Mangonia Park -
North Palm Beach - Ocean Ridge – Pahokee - Palm Beach - Palm Beach Gardens - Palm Beach Shores - Palm Springs
- Riviera Beach - Royal Palm Beach – Sandcut - South Bay - South Palm Beach – Tequesta – Wellington - West Palm
Beach

Florida Panhandle

Escambia - Bellview, Brent, Brownsville, Century, Cantonment, Ensley, Gonzalez, Molino, Muscogee, Myrtle Grove,
Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key, Warrington, West Pensecola
Santa Rosa - Avalon Beach, Bagdad, Gulf Breeze, Jay, Milton, Munson, Navarre, Pace
Okaloosa - Baker, Cinco Bayou, Crestview, Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Laurel Hill, Mary Esther, Niceville, Shalimar,
Valparaiso
Walton - DeFuniak Springs, Freeport, Miramar Beach, Paxton, Point Washington, Redbay, Santa Rosa Beach
Holmes - Bonifay, Esto, Noma, Ponce De Leon, Westville
Washington - Caryville, Chipley, Ebro, Greenhead, New Hope, Sunny Hills, Vernon, Wausau
Bay - Bayou George, Bear Creek, Callaway, Cedar Grove, Fountain, Hiland Park, Laguna Beach, Lynn Haven, Mexico
Beach, Millville, Panama City, Panama City Beach, Parker, Rosemary Beach, Sand Hills, Sandy Creek, Southport,
Springfield, West Bay, West Panama City Beach, Youngstown
Jackson - Alford, Bascom, Campbelltown, Cottondale, Graceville, Grand Ridge, Greenwood, Jacob City, Malone,
Marianna, Sneads
Calhoun - Altha, Blountstown
Liberty – Bristol
Gulf - Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka
Franklin - Alligator Point, Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Eastpoint
Gadsden - Chattahoochee, Greensboro, Gretna, Havana, Midway, Mount Pleasant, Quincy
Leon - Tallahassee, Woodville
Wakulla - Crawfordville, Sopchoppy, Smith Creek, St. Marks, Wakulla Beach, Wakulla Springs
Jefferson – Capps, Drifton, Lamont, Lloyd, Monticello, Wacissa
Madison - Greenville, Lee, Madison
Taylor - Perry, Steinhatchee
Hamilton - Jasper, Jennings, Madison, White Springs
Suwannee - Branford, Dowling Park, Live Oak, McAlpin, O'Brien, Three Rivers, Wellborn
Lafayette - Day, Mayo
Dixie - Cross City, Horseshoe Beach, Old Town
Columbia - Fort White, Lake City, Lulu, Watertown
Union - Lake Butler, Raiford, Worthington Springs
Bradford - Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey, Starke
Gilchrist – Trenton
Alachua - Alachua, Archer, Gainesville, Hawthorne, High Springs, La Crosse, Micanopy, Newberry, Waldo
Levy - Bronson, Cedar Key, Chiefland, Fanning Springs, Inglis, Morriston, Rosewood, Otter Creek, Williston,
Yankeetown

Mobile County Gopher Control
Axis - Bates Field - Bayou La Batre - Bucks - Chastang - Chickasaw - Chunchula - Citronelle - Coden - Creola -
Dauphin Island - Eight Mile - Grand Bay - Irvington - Magazine - Maybank - Mobile - Mount Vernon - Oakville -
Overlook - Plateau - Prichard - Saint Elmo - Saraland - Satsuma - Semmes - Serina - Theodore - Wilmer

Houston County Gopher Control
Ashford - Avon - Columbia - Cottonwood - Cowarts - Dothan - Five Points - Gordon - Gordon Landing - Kinsey - Madrid
- Memphis - Northside - Pansey - Rehobeth - Taylor - Webb
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