Phoenix, AZ Bobcat Removal & Control, Bobcat Trapping

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Bobcat Removal, Control, and Bobcat Trapping in Phoenix,
Glendale, Scottsdale, Rio Verde, Estrella Village, El Mirage, Litchfield Park, Goodyear, Liberty, Apache Junction, Tolleson, Guadalupe, Sun City, Paradise Valley, Buckeye, Chandler, Gilbert, Fountain Hills, Peoria, Queen Creek, Tempe, New River, Anthem, Avondale, Surprise, Cave Creek, Carefree, Ahwatukee, Sun Lakes, and Mesa, Arizona.

We offer live bobcat trapping and relocation services for Phoenix, Arizona. Bobcats are opportunistic predators, feeding on poultry, sheep, goats, house cats, small dogs, exotic birds and game animals, and, rarely, calves.  Bobcats can easily kill domestic and wild turkeys, usually by climbing into their night roosts. In some areas, bobcats can prevent the successful introduction and establishment of wild turkeys or can deplete existing populations.

It’s inevitable that with housing expanding continuously into wildlife habitats that there will be problems with bobcats in some yards or homes. We come in and carefully remove the bobcat from your location to prevent any unsafe conditions, re-introduction of the species, or the spread of diseases.

In Arizona they are equally at home from the lowlands of the Sonoran Desert to the pine and fir covered mountains of the higher elevations. As with their main competitor and sometimes nemesis, the coyote, they are quite capable of living adjacent to human habitation. When fox damage occurs it is best to contact a professional like Arizona Wildlife Control to help get rid of your bobcat problem. We offer bobcat removal and bobcat control services to prevent future bobcat issues.


  • Bobcats preying on small pets
  • Bobcats preying on chickens or other livestock
  • Fear of bobcats becoming a threat
  • Bobcats roaming through your suburban residence eating pet food, or scraps left for pets

Note: We use humane trapping, and caging methods to remove the bobcats in the safest manner possible. We do not want to injure your pets, children, or have the animal spread disease within your family.