- Coral Snake
- Cottonmouth (or Water Moccasin)
- Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
- Southern Cottonmouth
- Pygmy Rattlesnake
- Timber Rattlesnake
To the average home or business owner, these snakes may not be easy to recognize and therefore Animal Wildlife Trappers should be contacted any time a snake has made its way onto your property, or worse, in your home or business. Snakes can enter into the home or building through a number of unsealed openings such as waterspouts, cracks in the foundation, open garage doors, among others.
In many cases, the snake will be non-venomous, however, even non-venomous snakes can be aggressive and spread bacteria from a bite. For the safety of your family, friends, and pets, it is always advisable to have a trained professional come out and identify the species to determine if it must be removed. If you are bitten by a snake before Animal Wildlife Trappers has arrived, seek medical attention.