Phoenix Snake Removal Services

We specialize in safe emergency removal of snakes in the Phoenix and Tucson areas of Arizona. Snakes such as the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake and the Mojave Rattlesnake are commonly encountered around homes and developments, where they can find shelter, food, and water. Construction can also displace snakes living in these areas, causing them to go on the move searching for these resources. These situations can be potentially dangerous, and should be resolved by a licensed expert.

How to have a snake removed:

  • Call Rattlesnake Solutions at 480-237-9975
  • Provide necessary information to the dispatcher.
  • Keep visual contact with the snake until help arrives
  • Do not approach or interact with the snake, and prevent others as well

Snakes are captured and humanely relocated to an area of their range where they will continue to live a healthy, natural life. They are never harmed in any way, other than the scary experience of being put into a bucket and going for a ride. The snakes are released to areas within game and fish recommended distances with adequate food, water, and shelter, to hopefully never again see another human.

Snake removal in the Phoenix area is simple, if performed properly by trained personnel with adequate experience. The majority of venomous snake bites occur when untrained, inexperienced people try to catch or kill the snake it themselves.

Snake Removal Service Areas

Rattlesnake Solutions performs emergency snake removal in Phoenix, Cave Creek, Glendale, Anthem, New River, Mesa, Gold Canyon, Peoria, Lichfield Park, Buckeye, Desert Hills, Rio Verde, Fountain Hills, and everywhere in between. Response times my vary depending on availability of a snake removal agent at the time of request.

The best method to catch an unwanted snake visitor is to find it before the snake can move on, and most of the time calls requesting rattle snake removal in Phoenix requires immediate departure.

Many times, snakes in Arizona, when they are seen, are just passing through. Most rattlesnakes in AZ avoid the heat of mid day and are active at night, taking cover after the sun comes up. This is when people tend to see them. When you do encounter a rattlesnake, do not approach, and try to determine whether the snake is on the move or in an stationary position. This type of information can be helpful to the snake removal servicer to find and successfully catch the rattlesnake.