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Lafayette snake removal professionals have extensive experience on how to get rid of snakes in the house, garage, or yards. I have a snake in my house is a common called received, and emergency snake removal services may be provided by Lafayette wildlife operators. We understand a snake in a the house is an emergency that cannot wait till the next business day, call our trained professional snake trapper to have the reptile safely removed. You should never attempt to catch a snake without the right equipment and training, snake removal is dangerous. Most snake bites occur on the hands from people trying to catch them. Don't take the chance of it being bit by a venomous snake specie call Lafayette Wildlife Removal a call to take care of your snake problem.

Louisana is home to more than 30 snake species. Some of the more dangerous venomous snakes include the Mojave Desert Sidewinder, Red Diamond Rattlesnake, Western Diamondback Rattlesnake, Mojave Rattlesnake, Southwesterb Speckled Rattlesnake, Panamint Rattlesnake, Northern Pacific Rattlesnake, and Mojave Desert Sidewinder are among a few of Louisana's dangerous snakes. These dangerous snakes can cause serious injury or even death. If you encounter a snake in your home you should immediately distance yourself from the snake and if possible try to keep visual contact while calling the snake removal professionals of Lafayette Wildlife Removal to catch and remove the snake.

We service the entire Lafayette County area, including Lafayette, Lake Charles, Carenco, Broussard, Scott, and Youngsville, Sulphur, Westlake, Dequincy, Deridder, Leesville, Jennings, Welsh and Lafayette Parish, Calcasieu Parish, Beauregard Parish and Jeff Davis Parish.

Lafayette Nuisance Wildlife Operators specialize in:

  • Rattlesnake in the house
  • Snake in the house
  • Snakes in the yard
  • How to get rid of snakes
  • Snake Removal & Snake Control

Facts about Snakes:

Snakes are reptiles and belong to the same group of animals as lizards, turtles and crocodiles. Reptiles have dry scales that shed periodically. Unlike mammals and birds, reptiles cannot generate body heat and depend on outside sources to raise their body temperature. This trait makes them wait out long periods of extensive cold and hot conditions that we experience in the Lafayette area of Louisana, a habit that contributes to their secretive nature. Snakes differ from other reptiles by having no legs, ears, or eyelids, and by possessing only one functional lung. The most notable characteristic of a snake is its extremely long, slender body. A snake's body allows it to effortlessly climb, swim, and slip into the smallest spaces including your home and basement areas of your house. Although snakes lack ears and cannot technically hear, they do have the ability to detect low frequency vibrations from the air and ground. Instead of eyelids, snakes have a clear scale covering for each eye. The shedding of this scale causes the eye to cloud over for a few days, which led to the myth that snakes go blind during certain times of the year in Lafayette.

Some Common Questions we get regarding snakes in the Lafayette area of Louisana:

Q: Can I die from a snake Bite? (A) Of course you can, you can die from a bee sting too. Everyone’s body reacts differently to snake bites, so medical attention should be sought immediately when bitten by a snake.

Q: How do I get Rid of Snakes in my Lafayette house? (A) The key to getting rid of snakes from your Lafayette home is sealing up all the entry points and eliminating the major food sources including but not limited to mice, spiders, crickets and other insects that inhabit your home, this should be done by a professional as you never want to seal a snake up inside your home. this could lead to the snake making a appearance at the most inopportune time in your living space. sealing up your home should only be done by a professional.

Q: What are some of the common venomous snakes in the Lafayette area of Louisana? If you live in Lafayette, the most dangerous venomous snake is the Northern Pacific Rattlesnake.

Contact Lafayette Snake Removal for all your snake problems at 337-802-4382 ~ We also handle any animal removal and wildlife control problem around Lafayette LA.

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