Phoenix Animal Control

Phoenix Rattlesnake Solutions specializes in safe, humane animal control in the Phoenix area. We specialize in rattlesnake removal and snake control. The valley is growing every day, and encounters with these venomous reptiles will continue to be common as we build neighborhoods in native habitat. If you do see a rattlesnake and you require animal control, in Phoenix, contact me at 480-237-9975.


  • Immediately move to a safe area a decent distance away from the rattlesnake
  • Keep eye contact on the snake as much as possible until the animal control agent comes
  • If you are able to, help get me there even faster by e-mailing your street address to


  • Try and catch a rattlesnake, or other snake you cannot 100% identify
  • Confront or bother the rattle snake or push any boundaries to to get pics or a better look

Phoenix Rattlesnake Solutions offers Animal Control in the Phoenix area, Anthem animal control, and snake removal in Cave Creek, Glendale, New River snake removal, and Black Canyon City. The best way to catch a rattlesnake is to get there before it has a chance to move away or hide, and in most cases a call requesting snake removal in Phoenix results in immediate departure. To help ensure speedy arrival, you may want to email your address while you call or shortly after.

Animal Control Phoenix is usually a simple action if done by a person with experience and knowhow with rattlesnakes and other Arizona snakes. A large majority of rattlesnake bites happen when individuals untrained and unexperienced in how to capture a rattlesnake try it themselves, without calling Phoenix Animal Control experts. I use a twist-lock bucket and one of two different tools to safely remove rattlesnakes. If the home owner is able to keep an eye on the snake until I arrive, the capture usually only takes a few moments.

Often, snakes of Arizona, when seen, are just temporary residents. Most snakes in the Phoenix area avoid the daytime heat and become active at night, taking cover after the sun warms the ground. This is most often when people find them. When you see a rattle snake, do not come close to it, and try and determine whether the snake is moving or resting. This information will be helpful to the Phoenix animal control agent to find and catch the snake.