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    Death is a part of the natural cycle.

    It can happen on private property, or even inside the house itself.

     If an animal is found dead outside, it should be examined for signs of sickness or poisoning and properly removed and disposed of.

    If left unremoved, the decay process will begin, complete with an infestation of maggots, and the stench will be unpleasant (not to mention the attraction of vermin and disease).

    If a dead fox is within a structure, the problem is worse, because the smell will gather within the building.

    I deal with several cases each week in which occupants have abandoned their homes (or certain rooms of their property) due to the foul odour.

    We provide London, Essex & Hertfordshire with the best Dead Fox Removal Service money can buy.


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    Nuisance urban foxes can be a big problem here in London.

    With urban foxes cutting through our parks and gardens, it's not surprising that some find their way inside houses, businesses and properties from time to time.

    Foxes can be extremely destructive inside human homes, creating foul odours and stains, spreading disease, chewing on wires and insulation and shedding parasites such as fleas and ticks.

    You should never try to remove a fox from your property without the correct equipment.

    Not forgetting that foxes are wild and unpredicatable and their bites can easily come infected.

    Instead, contact Pest - Go Limited.

    We are wildlife control experts will safely remove any foxes that have managed to access your property in London, Essex & Hertfordshire.

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    Trapping urban foxes is a very effective and selective control method provided thorough Initial Surveys and Risk Assessments have been carried out. 

    A great deal of expertise is required to effectively trap urban foxes.

    It's not as simple as buying a trap of the internet and hoping for the best.

     Urban Fox trapping by inexperienced people may and will serve to educate foxes, making them very difficult to catch, even by experienced Urban Fox Management technicians.

    Urban foxes that are deliberately released or accidentally escape from insuperior traps will almost certainly become 'trap-shy' again making them very difficult to trap, even by the most experienced Urban Fox Management Technician. 


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    This is not for the faint hearted.

    One of my regular Main Building Construction Companies called me and asked if it would be at all possible to remove a dead fox from one of their sites in Highams Park E4.

    On arrival I was taken to where the dead fox was situated.

    It was down a man hole half full of water with a hot water pipe running through the bottom.

    The poor fox had obviously been scavenging around the site overnight, fallen into the the man hole and drowned.

    The warm water had acted like a slow cooker.

    The smell was atrocious and when I started to extract the carcase the foul odours wafted across the construction site making workers down tools and seek fresh air.

    The carcase and liquor was removed for clinical waste disposal and the area sanitised with a biocide deodourant.


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