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Why You Should Get Rid of Foxes
Foxes are common intruders in the UK. There are around 5 000 foxes only in London. Foxes are not dangerous to humans and pets and there are rare cases when they’ve attacked people. Anyway, foxes can cause other problems to Londoners such as:
- Cause Damage: foxes expanded their territory to cities where they have more food sources. As they are scavengers, foxes will most commonly search for food in rubbish disposals. This means they scatter garbage all over the streets.
- Hunt: other preferable foods to foxes are small animals such as rodents or frogs. Also, they feed on poultry and rabbits which means those of you who have domesticated birds or rabbits, should be aware that foxes can attack them.
- Carry disease: foxes can carry rabies and a bite can cause serious infection. Not only that but, you can also be exposed to bacteria from their feces. Foxes usually enter gardens and this way you or your pet can be affected.
How the Fox Control Works
A fox exterminator will visit your property to take a look at the situation. He will thoroughly check for any sign, entry points and damages the fox caused.
For the spraying treatment we use a product which acts like another fox' marking territory and repels the intruder. For the trapping, cages with baits are placed where fox has been noticed.
Our fox control service includes one visit only but you are encouraged to keep a close eye and contact us if the problem persists.
The fox exterminator will provide you with useful tips and tricks on how to prevent from future fox disturbance. Also, he will write a report where the whole service is described.
Why to Choose Fantastic Pest Control against Foxes
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Emergency treatments upon request
Fox Pest Control Cost
The price of our fox control service will be provided only after a survey is conducted. For more information contact us.
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What to Do Prior and After the Fox Pest Control Service
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After the fox control is completed:
Commonly Asked Questions by Our Customers
Q: What benefits do I get if I become a member of the Fantastic Club?
A: As a member, you will benefit from priority booking options, on-time arrival guarantee, discounted rates and many more all year round.
Q: How can I make changes to my fox treatment booking?
A: All you have to do is create a Fantastic account. There you’ll have the opportunity to control all of your appointments with no efforts.
Q: What is the spraying treatment?
A: For this type of treatment we use a non-toxic and eco-friendly product, completely safe to use on vegetation. The residual odours left act like another fox' marking their territory which repels the intruder . This treatment will keep the fox away from your garden, patio and around property premises. Note that this type of treatment is humane and it's not lethal method of fox control. The spraying needs to be done 2 times per week (extra visits needed if it is raining the visit would need to be repeated). The visits are done until the desired results are noticed. This is a humane method that neither harms plants, nor animals.
Q: Is spraying treatment safe?
A: Yes, the method is completely safe, as it involves the use of non-toxic and environmentally compliant products.
Q: What is trapping?
A: Cages with baits are placed in the area where fox activity has been noticed. The cages will be monitored with live cameras, so there is no need to physically attend every 12 hours to supervise them. Once the fox is caught, it will be humanely dispatched and cremated.
Q: When should I book a professional fox pest control service?
A: It’s best to contact us as soon as you see the first signs of a fox appearance.
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