Fox CONTROL IN LONDON
There is a high population of urban foxes in London, and fox infestations can cause significant damage to green spaces and gardens.
We use a humane treatment to deter foxes from an area without harming them.
Controlling fox infestations is becoming increasingly important in London.
COMMON SIGNS OF Foxes
Paw prints in the garden when you have no pets.
Holes in the ground, especially under sheds or bushes - these might be fox dens.
Fox smell - a pungent, musty smell.
Fox droppings - these can be similar to dog droppings, but tend to be full of fur, feathers, or anything that they might have eaten.
Trampled plants or dug-up flower beds.
Chewed up items in your garden, e.g. shoes or toys.
Damage to fences, hose pipes, or any garden furniture.
IS IT IMPORTANT TO TREAT Foxes?
Damage caused by foxes
Foxes can dig dens in gardens and damage your possessions. They like to chew anything, so items left in your garden are vulnerable to damage when you have a fox infestation.
Foxes are known to break into bins and rubbish bags in order to find food. This means they tend to leave rubbish strewn in the streets and in gardens.
One of our experienced technicians will complete a thorough inspection and identification of the fox infestation.
The technician will use a natural compound that mimics the scent of other foxes' urine. This is to deter foxes from the area.
This treatment is humane, biodegradable, and very effective