Dallas Snake Removal

Texas has an abundance of snakes, from venomous pit vipers like copperheads or rattlers, to harmless snakes like rat snakes and garter snakes. Many of these snakes live in urban or neighborhood settings in the city of Dallas.

24/7 Cell Phone: 469-249-1182

I have spent my career talking with hundreds of snake removal guys throughout the USA, and I myself have personally trained dozens so far. In the city of Dallas, call our tech at 469-249-1182. He can usually come out same-day, often very quickly, to catch your unwanted snake(s). We service the greater Dallas TX metro region, including Plano, Richardson, Garland, Mesquite, DeSoto, Irving, Carollton, and more.

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We are a full service Dallas wildlife removal company specializing in snake control in Dallas. If our guy is not available, you can do a search for a different Dallas snake removal company, but be sure you are comfortable with their service and prices before you hire. Dallas snake control is of course a specialty field, and not every expert in you hire is the same - you don't want to hire a snake exterminator or pest control company, but a specialty Texas wild animal removal professional to provide you with Dallas County TX snake removal help.

Common Snakes of Dallas, TX: The most common snakes in Dallas include rat snakes, garter snakes, and racers. In water, common water snakes. These are not dangerous. Venomous snakes of Dallas are rare and may include rattlesnakes or copperhead/cottonmouth. For a full description of all snake species in Dallas, with photos and identification of all poisonous species, visit www.dallassnakes.com

Dallas Texas Snake Situation: How to remove a snake from your house - Before you attempt to remove a snake from your house, you need to identify the animal first. Do not assume that all snakes in the home are garter snakes. You cannot go on size alone. If there is any doubt in your mind about the species you are dealing with, contact a professional. Snake experts will be able to identify your snake quickly and before the animal is agitated enough to become problematic. Almost all snake bites occur because humans are trying to pick up of harass a snake. It is never from deliberate, seeking aggression. If you are positive that the snake is harmless, quietly walk through the room and barricade any openings under furniture that the reptile might try to wiggle under. Try to ignore the snake until you are ready to catch it. Even nonvenomous snakes will strike if they feel harassed. The easiest way to pick up a snake is with thick gloves or with a snake hook. Since most homeowners do not have snake-handling equipment, gloves are a good substitute. Try to get the snake into a pillowcase for transport as soon as possible.

Hi, I have seen photos of corn snakes and copper heads that look similar and others that look totally different. I am guessing they vary somewhat. We found a snake that looks a lot like photos of corn snakes with a design on its belly that looks like piano keys. Can you tell me what that could be? Thanks, Terry

David, I just wanted to say that photo of the big Garter snake on the site is the largest I have ever seen. I had no idea they could get that big. I wonder why we seem to only see much smaller ones. Probably in the urban environment it is because cats kill a lot of them before they can grow so large. Did you record measurements on that specimen? Jim

Good afternoon, The reason I am contacting you today is because my parents recently bought a farm house. It was a foreclosure so they didn't have a chance to meet the people. They have to do a ton of work on the house before they can move in. While my dad was up there cleaning up, he said he found a snake skin that was pretty big.. How big I really don't know.. While talking to some of the neighbors, my parents were told that there were exotic snakes kept in the house. I don't think anyone has lived in the house for 6 months to a year. The thing that has me worried is that my nephew will be there who is only 3 and the thought of something happening really bothers me. They have 26 acres with a creek in the back and 2 barns. Which I'm sure is the perfect place for a snake. Is there anything they can do to check for the snakes? What do you recommend? No one seems to know what really happens to the snakes. Now last winter it got really cold. Im sure exotic snakes are boas, pythons, etc.. Can those survive the winters? Any info you can give will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time. Mandy

Learn more about Common Snakes of Texas and Venomous Snakes of Texas.

For more information on Dallas snake removal, identifying snakes of Dallas County Texas, or general snake help, browse this site, or go to Snake Removal - How to Get Rid of Snakes home page. I wish you good luck with your Dallas snake problem!