Barnes Wildlife Control
Phone: 937-340-1867
Fax: 877-771-3432
Email: bwcohio@gmail.com

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Dayton, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Troy, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373

BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal

Locally Owned And Operated

 

Snake removal service

 

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Call Now
937- 340 -1867

Email Us

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BARNES WILDLIFE CONTROL
Greater Dayton Ohio Animal Removal
Locally Owned And Operated

snake removal service

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Call Now
937- 340 -1867

Email Us

Loved By Yelp!

barnes wildlife control: Snake Pest Control for your Home or Business

If you're looking for your Hometown Snake Removal Company....you've found it !

Barnes Wildlife Control have had to remove a number of snakes that were causing problems.

Barnes Wildlife Control have had to remove a number of snakes that were causing problems.

Barnes Wildlife Control provides humane and efficient snake trapping, snake removal and relocation services for the Greater Dayton Ohio area. We also offer exclusion services to your home’s foundation or siding areas to prevent snakes from re-entering the house.

Snake infestations are not pleasant and can make a homeowner want to move. Barnes Wildlife Control is here to assist you in getting the snake problem under control and restoring your peace of mind. We offer complete solutions to whatever critter is causing you a nuisance!

So, what do you do if you find a den of snakes or a single snake living in your house or down in the basement? If you don’t feel comfortable removing the snake yourself or you aren’t qualified to find and repair how it got into your home, we suggest calling a properly trained and experienced Animal Pest Control company with numerous years of experience like Barnes Wildlife Control at .

 

 

We Are Local, Humane, certified, licensed, and insured!

 

If you're looking for your Hometown Snake Removal Company....you've found it !

Barnes Wildlife Control provides humane and efficient snake trapping, snake removal and relocation services for the Greater Dayton Ohio area. We also offer exclusion services to your home’s foundation or siding areas to prevent snakes from re-entering the house.

 

Barnes Wildlife Control have had to remove a number of snakes that were causing problems.

Barnes Wildlife Control have had to remove a number of snakes that were causing problems.

 

Snake infestations are not pleasant and can make a homeowner want to move. Barnes Wildlife Control is here to assist you in getting the snake problem under control and restoring your peace of mind. We offer complete solutions to whatever critter is causing you a nuisance!

 

We found these sheded snake skins in the attic of a client. We also got the snakes.

We found these sheded snake skins in the attic of a client. We also got the snakes.

 

So, what do you do if you find a den of snakes or a single snake living in your house or down in the basement? If you don’t feel comfortable removing the snake yourself or you aren’t qualified to find and repair how it got into your home, we suggest calling a properly trained and experienced Animal Pest Control company with numerous years of experience like Barnes Wildlife Control at .

 

 

We Are Local, Humane, certified, licensed, and insured!

 

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Snake Complaints & Common Places we Find Snakes

We found these sheded snake skins in the attic of a client. We also got the snakes.

We found these sheded snake skins in the attic of a client. We also got the snakes.

Snake Complaints & Common Places we Find Snakes

  • Snakes living in my attic
  • Found Snake droppings in my basement
  • Snake in my house, what do I do?
  • Snakes and Mice in the attic, who do I call?
  • Snakes living in crawl space
  • Snake in my crawlspace, do I need a snake trap to catch it?
  • Snake in my bathroom tub
  • how do I get rid of snakes near Dayton, Ohio?
  • Snake laying on sidewalk to patio, is it dangerous?
  • Snake sheds skin in my attic insulation
  • Snake den in my yard, my dog catches snakes, what do I do?
  • How to get rid of snakes in attic?
  • Snake under kitchen cabinet in my house
  • I need a snake trapper exterminator
  • Where do I find local snake pest control?
  • Snakes living under my concrete porch
  • Snake sunning on my deck, do snake repellents work?
  • Snake shed in flowerbed, what can I do?

Tips on how to deal with unwanted Snakes

beware: ohio has venomous snakes that can bite if provoked
Snake Repellents and Prevention Visited

Jack, our Field Manager, caught this snake. We have all the skills necessary for snake removal.

Jack, our Field Manager, caught this snake. We have all the skills necessary for snake removal.


Snakes need just a few things to thrive; shelter (your house or under your porch), water (nearby creek or pond), and a food source (rodents such as mice, shrews, & chipmunks). In order to remedy your snake problem, we locate and find why the snakes are on your property during our inspection. We may recommend habitat modification such as thinning the flowerbed or mowing the grass lower than normal. We may find a water source that isn’t necessary such as an old bird bath that can be removed.

Family of Snakes Removed from Den Site near Centerville, Ohio

Family of Snakes Removed from Den Site near
Centerville, Ohio

The most common thing we find on our snake inspections is rodent activity in or near the home. The snakes in or around your house are being attracted by something and our goal is to find and if possible remove the attraction. We will also seek out and find gaps in your foundation that snakes may be using as entry and egress points and inform you of the best approach for total snake extermination.

Snake repellents often fail as they are not properly used or are the wrong type of repellent to begin with. We do not recommend the use of ammonia, moth balls, or any non-labelled chemical for snake harassment or hazing. A June 2003 United States Fish and Wildlife Services tech note bulletin listed cinnamon, clove, and eugenol oils as effective snake repellents but we have not had proven successes. We prefer a more permanent solution such as exclusion repairs to prevent their entry into a structure or by physically removing the snakes and relocating to our wildlife sanctuary.

Snake Trapping and Removal

Snake Removed from Dayton Home for the Disabled

Snake Removed from Dayton Home for the Disabled


We only recommend removal of snakes using snake tongs with bite resistant gloves or by setting snakes traps to catch the snake if immediate removal is not possible when we arrive on the job.
Trapping snakes is an effective option for removal but can take time to work if the snakes are only traveling the property or weather conditions don’t favour snake behaviour. We carry custom designed and baited traps for snake capture specially made by our snake exterminator.

Please do not aggravate or handle snakes if you are not able to identify the type of snake as it may be venomous and can bite if provoked. If you are bitten by a snake, seek medical attention and/or read the helpful information from Johns Hopkins.

 

John Hopkins Medicine Library Of Snake Bites

 

Snake Bite Prevention Tips from CDC

Some bites, such as those inflicted when you accidentally step on a snake in the woods, are nearly impossible to prevent. However, there are precautions that can reduce your chances of being bitten by a snake, including the following:

  • Leave snakes alone. Many people are bitten because they try to kill a snake or get too close to it.
  • Stay out of tall grass unless you wear thick leather boots and remain on hiking paths as much as possible.
  • Keep hands and feet out of areas you cannot see. Do not pick up rocks or firewood unless you are out of a snake's striking distance.
  • Be cautious and alert when climbing rocks.

Tips on how to deal with unwanted Snakes

beware: ohio has venomous snakes that can bite if provoked
Snake Repellents and Prevention Visited

Snakes need just a few things to thrive; shelter (your house or under your porch), water (nearby creek or pond), and a food source (rodents such as mice, shrews, & chipmunks). In order to remedy your snake problem, we locate and find why the snakes are on your property during our inspection. We may recommend habitat modification such as thinning the flowerbed or mowing the grass lower than normal. We may find a water source that isn’t necessary such as an old bird bath that can be removed.

 

Jack, our Field Manager, caught this snake. We have all the skills necessary for snake removal.

Jack, our Field Manager, caught this snake. We have all the skills necessary for snake removal.

 

The most common thing we find on our snake inspections is rodent activity in or near the home. The snakes in or around your house are being attracted by something and our goal is to find and if possible remove the attraction. We will also seek out and find gaps in your foundation that snakes may be using as entry and egress points and inform you of the best approach for total snake extermination.

 

Snake Removed from Dayton Home for the Disabled

Snake Removed from Dayton Home for the Disabled

 

Snake repellents often fail as they are not properly used or are the wrong type of repellent to begin with. We do not recommend the use of ammonia, moth balls, or any non-labelled chemical for snake harassment or hazing. A June 2003 United States Fish and Wildlife Services tech note bulletin listed cinnamon, clove, and eugenol oils as effective snake repellents but we have not had proven successes. We prefer a more permanent solution such as exclusion repairs to prevent their entry into a structure or by physically removing the snakes and relocating to our wildlife sanctuary.

Snake Trapping and Removal

We only recommend removal of snakes using snake tongs with bite resistant gloves or by setting snakes traps to catch the snake if immediate removal is not possible when we arrive on the job.
Trapping snakes is an effective option for removal but can take time to work if the snakes are only traveling the property or weather conditions don’t favor snake behavior. We carry custom designed and baited traps for snake capture specially made by our snake exterminator.

 

Family of Snakes Removed from Den Site near Centerville, Ohio

Family of Snakes Removed from Den Site near Centerville, Ohio

 

Please do not aggravate or handle snakes if you are not able to identify the type of snake as it may be venomous and can bite if provoked. If you are bitten by a snake, seek medical attention and/or read the helpful information from Johns Hopkins.

 

John Hopkins Medicine Library Of Snake Bites

 

Snake Bite Prevention Tips from CDC

Some bites, such as those inflicted when you accidentally step on a snake in the woods, are nearly impossible to prevent. However, there are precautions that can reduce your chances of being bitten by a snake, including the following:

  • Leave snakes alone. Many people are bitten because they try to kill a snake or get too close to it.
  • Stay out of tall grass unless you wear thick leather boots and remain on hiking paths as much as possible.
  • Keep hands and feet out of areas you cannot see. Do not pick up rocks or firewood unless you are out of a snake's striking distance.
  • Be cautious and alert when climbing rocks.

Venomous vs. poisonous

Ohio’s timber rattlers, massasauga rattlers and copperhead snakes are venomous, not poisonous.

Both venomous and poisonous animals (and plants) produce a toxin, but it is delivered differently.

Venom is usually injected by fangs or stingers. Poison has to be ingested or come in contact with the skin to cause damage. Venom is either neurotoxic, attacking the nervous system and brain, or hemotoxic, which affects the blood and organs. Neurotoxic bites are the most deadly.

Ohio’s venomous snakes are hemotoxic and contain hemotoxins. Hemotoxins are toxins that destroy red blood cells (that is, cause haemotoxin), disrupt blood clotting, and/or cause organ degeneration and generalized tissue damage. The term hemotoxin is to some degree a misnomer since toxins that damage the blood also damage other tissues.

Some flora and fauna in Ohio that are poisonous are poison ivy and the hickory tussock moth caterpillar (causes rash, swelling and nausea).

Some flora and fauna in Ohio that are poisonous are bees, bald-faced hornets and catfish (venom on stingers)

Venomous Snakes of Ohio HD

A list of venomous snakes in Ohio

Even though most snakes in Ohio are nonvenomous, they are still able to inflict painful bites. There are only three venomous, or poisonous, snakes in Ohio. These are the Eastern timber rattlesnake, northern copperhead, and the massasauga rattlesnake.

Before you go into Ohio's outdoors, you should be aware of the general physical characteristics, ranges and habitats of the state's three venomous snakes. If you do, you are better able to avoid them all together. In the event that you come across a snake you can then quickly narrow down the possibilities.

If you are in Ohio, and you think that you are near a venomous snake, there are a few things to look for:
(NOTE: These guidelines only work in Ohio and other northeastern states.)

  • There are heat sensitive pits located on the head between the nostrils and eyes (nonvenomous - have nostrils only)
  • The pupils are oval (nonvenomous - round)
  • The head is triangular (nonvenomous snakes have a usually oval head)
  • From the vent (rectum) to the end of the tail, on the underside of the snake, the scales are not divided (nonvenomous - the scales in the same area are divided)
  • Except for the copperhead, there is a rattle at the end of the tail. (Nonvenomous snakes may vibrate their tail when threatened, but do not have a rattle).

For many of these points, the rule of thumb is, if you're unsure of the species and you're close enough to see some of these characteristics, YOU'RE TOO CLOSE!

snakes wandering around your property? not sure if you have venomous snakes in your yard? finding a nest of baby snakes being raised on your property? find snakes in your storage boxes? pets being aggravated by the presence of the snakes nearby? finding snakes in your attic and crawlspaces?

snakes wandering around your property? not sure if you have venomous snakes in your yard? finding a nest of baby snakes being raised on your property? find snakes in your storage boxes? pets being aggravated by the presence of the snakes nearby? finding snakes in your attic and crawlspaces?

Barnes Wildlife Control
Phone: 937-340-1867
Fax: 877-771-3432
Email: bwcohio@gmail.com

Dayton, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - South
2651 Grange Hall Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Troy, Ohio Address:
Barnes Wildlife Control - North
1800 N Sayers Rd
Troy. OH 45373