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Austin Snake Control & Removal

About TX Snakes: Most snakes are not venomous. However, if you are ever unsure about the species of snake that you see, you should leave it alone. Texas does host several species of venomous snakes. Most bites occur when people try to lizardch or handle these reptiles. We have professional snake handling equipment that makes the removal of unwanted snakes both outside and inside the home safe.

Nuisance Concerns: The only real problem is people's fear of snakes, and the risk of a venomous bite to humans or pets.
Snakes are a common nuisance reptile in central Texas. In Austin and Travis County, snakes have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many properties in the area. If you need a professional solution for your Austin snake problem, give us at A Wildlife Pro a call. We are experts at snake control and removal, and have been working with Texas wildlife for over 10 years. We are familiar with the habits of Texas snakes, and are experts at humane trapping and removal of this reptile. Give us a phone call any time, and we can schedule a same-day or next day appointment.
About Us:
  • Fully Licensed and Insured
  • Operating 7 Days a Week, 12 Hours Per Day
  • Residential and Commercial Services
  • Humane Treatment of All Wild Animals
  • Professional Damage Repairs and Prevention
  • Owner Operated - Average 30% Lower Cost
  • We Take Great Pride in Our Work
Austin Wildlife Control Home Page - Learn about all of our services, and more about our animal control company.

We service the greater Austin Texas area, north to Georgetown and Cedar Park, and Round Rock, Lakeway, Pflugerville, Elgin, Dripping Springs, Bastrop, Kyle, and more. Call us any time for professional wildlife pest animal control in Austin.

Austin Snake Control Emails:

A Wildlife Pro of Austin TX, We have snakes that need to be trapped and released. I am emailing you because I saw the pictures you put up on your website and read your statement about snakes. We really love the snakes that have lived under out deck/house for some years now. It is time, unfortunately, for us to help them go into the wild. I was very touched by your pictures and seeming understanding of this particular critter. We have enjoyed them, their little ones and having them around for years. Personal health issues require their removal now however. Please contact me and let me know if you trap and release or recommend someone who is as humane sounding as you are. I would deeply appreciate it. Thank you, Angelo

My room mate bought a venomous reptile without consent from either me or my other room mate. We consistently pushed the issue of no one having time to take care of the snake being that we all go to the same school and our schedules are pretty hectic. A usual day of school is from 9:30 to 6:30, sometime 4 to 9:30, and sometimes 9:30 to 3:30. That means this 5 month old venomous reptile sits in a boxed in corner for those hours, receiving no immediate attention and no ability to move around. It lives in that corner and has to sit in it until the trainer comes home. The trainer, who is hands down one of the most irresponsible human beings I have ever met, barely acknowledges the snake. If and when he comes home, he yells at the venomous reptile for peeing and pooping in it's boxed in corner (as if it can do anywhere else) and then he goes to his room and shuts the door, leaving the venomous reptile all by itself. His "method" of potty training the venomous reptile consists of letting it defecate all over the balcony to our apartment, and usually remains there for two weeks before he decides to pick it up. My girlfriend and I show more attention to that venomous reptile in five minutes than he does in a whole week, and when we arrive to the apartment, that venomous reptile follows us every inch into our bedroom and refuses to leave because it feels warmth towards us and not him. He barely gives the venomous reptile food or water and never, ever takes him for a walk, so the venomous reptile is extremely hyper. He bought the venomous reptile due to his severe loneliness and doesn't even take care. There are multiple days where that venomous reptile sits in that boxed corner all day long. I have already tried talking to PETA, but they simply said suggested that I take care of the venomous reptile, and they sent him a letter. Very aggressive. This venomous reptile deserves a better life or should be taken back and given to someone else. My landlord said I should contact you. The owner has a lot of mental issues, so I'd recommend you'd take this snake away from him before he starts abusing it. Thank you. My name is Kevin. I'd appreciate it if you left this anonymous because I still live with the oaf.

I have a personal complaint against one of my neighbors that have 6 snakes, 4 lizards and whatever else they own. Their house stinks big time because of all the animals. Their house is infested with mice, fleas, piss & snake crap. These people have 3 kids there too and they live like pigs. Yesterday one of the neighborhood kids got bit by their pit bull. Hopefully the kid is ok. I don't even know if these snakes have rabies or not. Or if this kid is going to have stitches or what. We never found out what happened to him. I know for a fact that these animals do not have shots. They don't even have tags on them. I was in their house once to check out a chichuahua puppy that they had for sale, so I speak the truth about this situation. And their house is a pigsty. Please have someone check into this please before another kid gets bit. Hopefully the kid won't have to have rabie shots. I remain Unanimous because I don't want my house burnt down or my cars trashed. I don't trust these people.