Phoenix Coyote Removal,
Humane Trapping & Control in AZ.
Humane Coyote Control in Phoenix, Glendale, Scottsdale, Rio Verde, Estrella Village, El Mirage, Litchfield Park, Goodyear, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Tempe, Gilbert, Anthem, Tolleson, Liberty, Surprise, New River, Cave Creek, Carefree, Ahwatukee, Sun Lakes, and Mesa, Arizona.
We provide Coyote Trapping and Removal services from Arizona Wildlife Control, (602) 618-0284. Coyotes are a canine species (like Wolves & Dogs) and are known to hunt/scavenge in packs.
How many times have you heard reports of coyotes attacking pets or small children lately? Did you know that coyotes prefer to live in the wild, but human development has forced them to adapt, causing them to prey upon your little loved ones? Today in Phoenix and Tucson, coyotes are found more in the areas dominated by people and are running wild in these areas. Coyotes are usually classified as a nuisance due to their predatory habits, and scavenging abilities.
The most common needs for Coyote Removal:
- Coyotes are a threat to children.
- Coyotes are a threat to pets.
- Coyotes will prey on sheep & other livestock.
- Coyotes will scavenge in populated areas.
Most people want to have these pesky animals humanely trapped and removed by any and all means necessary. Not all animal removal and control experts can provide a humane trapping method to remove this nuisance from your property. We at Arizona Wildlife Control will provide you with humane options for capture, as part of a predator abatement program. Remember, coyotes also can carry diseases such as rabies, distemper and mange, and should not be approached by anyone other than a trained professional. Coyotes can be a general nuisance, tearing up trash bags and/or eating your pet’s food, and just getting into places you do not want them to be in!
Coyote attacks are on the rise not just in Phoenix, but all across the United States as well, and will only keep increasing as the numbers of coyotes increase and humans continue to encroach on their territory, forcing them to become more aggressive than ever before. Attacks are found to be more common during the spring when females are raising their pups. The fall and winter may also see an increase in attacks as food supplies dwindle, which forces the coyotes to prey on cats and small dogs, due to their small size and lack of ability to resist.
Don’t live in fear for your children and pet’s safety and well-being. There are options for humane coyote control and removal in Phoenix and the surrounding area! Our coyote removal experts will protect your family, business or pets with our humane coyote control abatement program.