Get Help With Trenton Snakes

Trenton snake

If you need help identifying a snake you found in Trenton, just email me a photo or two of the snake, to and I will identify it for you.

NEED EMERGENCY SNAKE REMOVAL? Remember, most of the snakes of Trenton, NJ are harmless and good to have around! But if you have a snake situation in which you need help, below are some resources. Examples in which you may want help include:

  • A venomous Trenton snake on your property or in your house
  • A snake stuck inside your home, or pool, or garage, etc.
  • A snake that is aggressive or concerns you in some way
  • A nest of snakes on your property or even in your attic

FREE HELP: Mercer County Animal Control: (609) 989-3254

FREE HELP: Trenton Police Department: 609-989-4170

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If a snake decides to invite itself over, we are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week; snakes don’t need to book an appointment ahead of time, and neither should you! Through over a decade of experience, we have learned a thing or two; but that doesn’t stop our passion to continue to learn and get better at what we do. Snakes cause a wide range of reactions in people, mostly for good reason. We are able to identify all the common types of snakes in your local area and can even identify shed skin if you’re worried that a snake might be inside your home. Once we have identified the offending snake and removed the cause of the panic, we will then make sure that no snakes can get into your home and garden. At Company, we aren’t only restricted to wildlife removal inside your home but will respond to commercial premises too. Call us to help resolve your snake problem, if we can help you over the phone we won’t charge you, although sometimes it’s best to let the professionals handle some snakes.

The above listed services might provide free Trenton snake removal, but maybe not. You may have to pay a company. Give the county animal control and police a call, and see. Read our article about:
Understanding The Northern Water Snake: Appearance, Biology, Life Cycle, Habitat, Diet, Behavior