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  • Now is a good time to plan any fox proofing that you require.

    * Sheds

    * Home Office

    * Summer House

    * School Buildings

    * Site Office

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    If you have decided to set your own fox trap - you are ultimately responsible for any live animals that you catch.

    Do not set a fox trap unless you have already made arrangements as to how the trapped fox is going to be dealt with.

    You must comply with The Animal Welfare Act 2006 at all times.

    The relocaing of urban foxes is a contravention of this act as it will cause unnecessary suffering and is not appropriate it terms of animal welfare or disease management.

    The trapped fox will need to be dealt with humanely without delay.

    If you have trapped a fox and how no legal means to dispatch it you must release it where it was trapped immediately.

    Pre-planning is very important. Seek professional help and assistance if you are not experienced in such matters.


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    I am pleased to have made page 12 of the May 2017 of edition of Professional Pest Control (The journal of the UK Pest Management Industry) in regards to this years PestEx 2017 held at the London ExCel.




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    Dead foxes are part and package of our daily routine.

    We remove them from all different types of situations.

    Foxes will die in the most awkard of places such as under floor boards, wall cavities, flat roofs or just pass away on the lawn.

    We provide a safe and swift Dead Fox Removal Service across London that includes cleaning and disinfection after the clearance.

    Call today for a quote and approximate time of attendance.

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