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Our Fox Control Methods

Our Fox Control Methods

Foxes are dangerous not only for properties but also for people. They cause various diseases, including the roundworm Toxocara Canis, the larvae of which can cause blindness in children. They can also carry mange and can cause scabies in humans. Foxes also attract other pests, such as rats and have been known to kill domestic cats. We at Absolute Pest Control pride ourselves on providing humane fox control services for domestic customers and businesses. Please read on to learn about our effective fox control methods. 

Fox Control Methods

We offer trapping programs to remove foxes from your garden area. Traps are set in areas of activity and can be checked by you or our technician. Absolute can also offer a cull. Our experienced marksmen will carry out a cull after a daytime survey. We only believe in humane fox extermination and always aim to minimise the suffering of any animal we cull.

We get permission from the local police before performing the culls and correctly disposing of all carcasses according to local authority regulations. In some cases, fox-proofing can be carried out. It allows the fox to exit an area but is unable to return, which is sometimes enough to get rid of them.

We follow all the rules and regulations for fox extermination and dead fox removal. We are also aware of the Abandonment of Animals Act 1960; therefore, we deliver our fox control services after the approval of local police. 

Contact Us

Absolute Pest Control is a family run business with over 25 years of pest control experience. We use tried-and-tested resources and humane techniques to remove foxes. Over the years, we have grown as the leading supplier of pest control services in the Southeast and surrounding areas. Whether your problem is in residential or commercial premises, contact us today. We provide the quickest response and the best value for money for fox removal services.

0800 077 8305