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Foxes

Acrobat Ant

Fox Control on the whole at MIDS Pest Control would always be deterrent as 50% of foxes normally go away once after this treatment has been carried out keeping your garden or place of work free of foxes.

 

Signs of Foxes

Foxes Increasing

All things considered, Foxes are increasingly seen in urban and suburban areas as well as rural areas. The fox is primarily carnivorous and they are highly effective scavengers finding waste in towns and cities plentiful.

Foxes can carry toxocariasis, a parasitic roundworm which can be passed to humans.

Generally speaking, infection is extremely rare and only affects around two people per million in the UK each year. Fox feces may contain bacteria which can cause sickness in humans, so feces should not be directly handled.

Get rid of Foxes

After all, we only use the best traps on the marketplace for fox trapping as can be seen by the public if a fox is caught.

Every fox trapping program we start we carry out a full site Risk Assessment, and to make sure that we're not going to be catching next door cat. 

Henceforth foxes can cause problems by entering peoples gardens at night.

Especially if you keep farm animals like chickens or other small animals that might attract them. 

Whenever in the background or here and there Fox Shooting will always in fact for the most part always be with us

Proofing for Foxes

Proofing for Foxes is quite straightforward, fence and no food or livestock around for them 

Why Us?

All Services at MIDS Pest Control come with a Personal Guarantee for me Steve Middleton. As the Director of MIDS Pest Control, I believe that we can make a difference to all business and homeowners. When choosing a Pest control company, Always make sure that you use a professional company which is backed by insurance and accreditations.

MIDS Pest Control is a member of the British Pest Control Association and Hertfordshire Trading Standards Approved, Not only that we also hold CEPA BS EN 16636:2015 in Professional Pest Management