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January 9, 2014
Categories: General

Red Fox Humane Removal Services in Maryland

Since the Polar Vortex has caused a dangerous wind chill in our region, have you noticed more foxes are lurking your home property? What should you do about your fox problem?

First, you need to know what type of fox has selected your home as a home. Grey and Red foxes can easily adapt to suburban and urban areas. Although you may be terrified that foxes are co-habitats, they can offer many great benefits to you such as keeping away rodents. However, foxes become pest because they can damage property and exploit our food supply.

Red Foxes intrude on humans to increase their life span by protecting themselves more from disease and predators.

The only time Red foxes are truly dangerous to people is when foxes are rabid. Also Red foxes will only bite if they are defending themselves from being roughly handled or captured. But often foxes will flee to protect themselves than harm a human.

If you have small pets like kittens, rabbits, chicken or guinea pigs, you should get your fox problem handled immediately. Red foxes prey on these small animals. In these cases humane solutions are possible, even when you’re dealing with bold foxes that sit and watch people.

You should immediately call Wildlife Control Company anytime you notice these symptoms in foxes:

  • Limbs are semi-paralyzed
  • Foxes are circling
  • Foxes have a drunken stagger
  • There’s signs of self-mutilation
  • Foxes are unprovoked but very aggressive
  • Foxes appear to be tamed

These are all signs that your foxes are rabid. In fact, foxes can be carriers of a variety of rabies and they also carry echinococosis tapeworms (a fatal disease for humans).

There are ways to humanely frighten foxes with loud noise devices, lights and humane traps.

Humane fox deterrence is the best solution because it’s better to have a permanent solution to keep the foxes away rather than a temporary solution. Killing foxes will not solve the problem.

Foxes will never over populate; foxes only breed when they need to make replacements for loss of life. With humane fox removal, you will save money while providing yourself an effective solution.

You can count on Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control to serve as your humane nuisance wildlife control company. Our

will prevent property damage, protect you from disease and save you money. Give our wildlife control technicians a call to have any questions answered about wildlife control solutions.

For more information about our wildlife control services, contact us at 443-417-3137 or go to ourcontact us page. We humanely resolve wildlife dilemmas, no matter how big or small. Let us keep wildlife out of your sight and mind.

Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control is here to protect you from invasive wildlife. Our company is fully insured and licensed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Delaware Fish & Game and Virginia Fish & Game.

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Source:

http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/foxes/tips/solving_problems_with_foxes.html

http://icwdm.org/handbook/carnivor/foxes.asp

http://www.foxproject.org.uk/deterrence/

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