Fox Control Berkshire

Fox Control in

Berkshire & Hampshire

Need fox control in Berkshire? DKG Pest Control LTD provide an effective Fox Removal service to domestic and commercial clients in Berkshire and Hampshire.

Our Fox Removal service is carried out as discreetly as possible, usually with humane catch cage traps which are usually successful within a week and often within 24 hours!

We will come and set the traps and return weekly to re-bait until the fox problem is resolved, we also provide you with a discreet professional dispatch and removal service. All of our staff members are Thames Valley Police Approved and all hold open section 1 firearms certificates and been trained in the safe use of firearms. All foxes carcases are responsibly disposed of via our waste carriers.

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FAQ

Do foxes get in to houses?

Yes, this is something we are seeing on a much more regular basis. We have been called to schools where foxes and entered the building in the day time! Houses where young babies crying has attacked foxes to enter the property, a distressed baby is no different to any other animal in distress!

Are there a lot of foxes in towns?

There are a lot more foxes around than you might imagine, foxes are enjoying city living and the number of foxes in urban areas of England appears to have soared almost fivefold. The rise from an estimated 33,000 in the 1990s to 150,000 today. Foxes don't have any predators, they are at the top of the food chain and with a plentiful food supply which is easily accessible from bins and dumps it's no surprise really! Apart from cars and pest control there is nothing keeping their population under control. read more

Will foxes attack domestic pets?

Yes. Foxes do kill domestic pets, especially cats! We have found dead cats remains around fox dens and seen foxes carrying dead cats on our trail cameras many times. It's less likely they will kill dogs.

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Fox Control Process

Contact Pest Control

Simply call or e-mail our office, Laura or Claire will give you any advice required and book an appointment for our Fox control expert to visit at a time to suit you.

Site Visit

Our Fox control expert will survey the site and identify if a treatment may be successful and provide proofing recommendations.

Fox Trapping

Our fox control experts try to use fox cage traps where possible. It is more humane for the fox and minimises the time spent on site by our technicians keeping your costs down, this also ensures the fox can be dispatched as quickly and humanely as possible. The trap can be placed in a discreet location away from any sensitive areas.

We also operate fox snares but not in areas where domestic pets are likely to be.

Direct Shoot

We do provide on occasion direct shoots, whereby an area will be selected and a safe back stop built, although in some situations this can prove a very effective form of fox control, we try and avoid it where possible.

After Care

Once the traps have been set you will be provided with emergency contact details, and 24 hour call out to captured foxes. We are often called to trapped foxes in other company’s traps whose phone lines close with office hours or the calls are just ignored! We will respond to any trapped animals urgently!

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When you come to us for fox control treatments you will deal directly with us, no out sourcing to sub-contractors! Fox control is often a complex job and requires knowledge and licencing a lot of pest control companies simply don't have. We carry out the fox control work for most of the other pest control companies in the area.

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