Rattlesnake Removal in Phoenix

Phoenix Rattlesnake Solutions specializes in safe, humane rattlesnake removal in the Phoenix area. 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 emergency service, contact me now at 480-237-9975.


  • Move to a safe area away from the snake
  • Keep your eyes on the snake without break until help comes
  • If you can, help me get there faster by sending your home address to info@phoenixsnakeremoval.com


  • Attempt to catch the rattlesnake, or allow your husband or next-door neighbor to try either
  • Try not to even take your eyes off the rattlesnake for a minute. Snakes are great at not being seen and can disappear quickly
  • Harrass the snake or push your limits to to get pictures or a closer look


Rattlesnake removal in Phoenix is usually a simple procedure if performed by someone with experience. A large majority of rattlesnake bites happen when individuals untrained and unexperienced in how to capture a rattlesnake try it themselves. 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 seconds. If done properly, snake removal in Phoenix is uneventful, and usually more boring than expected.

Phoenix Rattlesnake Solutions offers emergency rattlesnake removal in the Phoenix area, Anthem snake removal, and rattlesnake 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.

Often, rattlesnakes in Phoenix, when seen, are just temporary residents. Most snakes in Arizona avoid the heat of the day and move at night, taking cover after sunrise. This is often when people find them. When you see one, do not approach it, and try and determine whether the snake is moving or resting. This information will be helpful to the rattlesnake removal servicer to help find and successfully capture the snake.