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Snake Removal in Greensboro

Our company is Animal Control Experts, Inc. and we operate a professional snake removal company based out of the Greensboro, North Carolina area. We remove snakes from homes, repair wildlife damage, and clean up wildlife waste and attics. We are not a snake exterminator company, or a pest control business - we offer humane snake trapping in Greensboro.

Animal Control Experts, Inc. is licensed and insured in the state of North Carolina. We service both residential and commercial projects. Give us a call any time at 336-387-6007 and we will listen to you describe your snake problem, and schedule an appointment to solve your snake removal needs.

We service all of Guilford County and Forsyth County and surrounding areas, includin the Cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Burlington, Thomasville, Asheboro, Kernersville, Lexington, Clemmons, Eden and Reidsville in Rockingham County, Graham in Alamance County, Lewisville, Archdale, Mebane, Mount Airy, Summerfield, and more. Learn more about our services in Burlington, High Point, Kernersville, and Forsyth County.

Why do North Carolina snakes bite?
Snakes are famous for their venomous bites throughout North Carolina. People are actually afraid of them and rightly so. There are some snakes that not only bite you but the sallow you whole as well. Then we have snakes that break your bones first and then eat you up. It says not all snakes are poisonous but the one which are tend to cause a lot of trouble. Hundreds of people every year die because of snake bites. Some even become crippled due to these bites i.e. the doctors had to cut their leg or whatever the snake bitted in order to stop the poison from spreading in the rest of your body. But did it ever occur to anyone what do snake bites in the first place? There has to be a logical answer after all there is no phenomena in this world that does not have logic. In this article we will answer this question.

What is a snake bite?
You can define a snake-bite as an injury caused when a North Carolina snake bites. Most of the time, the snakebite results in two puncture wounds and these wounds are due to its fangs. Sometimes the bite cause poisoning and it also results in severe pain, swelling and redness of the area where the snake has bitten. Other symptoms include vomiting, fever and kidney failure or tissue death around the bitten area, in severe cases the bite can cause death.

Reason behind snake bites
Since now we have a pretty good idea regarding how snake bite looks like and what are the most common symptoms, we can move to our next question i.e. the reason behind snake bite. Many say the snake bites without any reason, but we on the contrary believe that their always is a reason although, this reason might not seem logical to us.

For protection
The first and the most common reason behind snakes bite is that it is protecting itself. Since the only way to defend itself is use his mouth, thus the North Carolina snake will bite whenever he feels threatened. A snake has many enemies including foxes, raccoons, boars and many more. In order to defend itself, the snake uses its fangs. It does not matter even if it’s is a pet snake. A snake will bite you if he feels that you are a danger to his being. They are not that smart that they can distinguish between enemy and friend.

For hunting reason
Snakes eat a variety of animals including small deer, frogs, birds, rodents, termites and other reptiles. But their favorite is the rat. Some snakes have the ability to eat their prey whole and some of these snakes can even eat a prey that is three times larger than them. In order to get hold of their pray the snakes tend to bite them. Not all snakes use this mechanism there are some which crush their prey first and then eat it up. The snakes do not need to hunt every day. There are snakes such as pythons that can go without food for more than a year now.