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The snakes that are in your yard are not dangerous to your family or pets, but there are just a few steps from the garden to your property. So, getting rid of snakes that are in the garden is of top importance as well. If there is nothing you could start with, use some of our tips to make sure the reptiles have gone for good.

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If you need snake help, click on my Nationwide List of Snake Removal Experts for a pro near you. How to Kill a Snake Snakes re subject to persecution the world over, even though the vast majority of snakes, especially in the USA, are harmless and even beneficial.

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I have 2 very large snake holes that are in my flower bed going under the house from snakes. I have seen 2 of them. I have tried covering the hole with rocks, wood, etc., they just go around it and make another hole to the original one. Mothballs does not work if you already have them. Is there anything I can put down the holes to kill them?

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Sometimes the recruitment of a dog or cat will help keep snakes out of your yard; however, remember that your new sentry will not chase the snake away, it will probably kill and eat it. If you are dealing with poisonous snakes, or even snakes that are easily provoked into biting, employing a house pet to patrol may not be a wise idea.

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Getting Rid of Garter Snakes. The snakes you find won't all be poisonous, some don't even have fangs, so don't kill them if you don't have to. I'm not the biggest fan of them but I think they are pretty cool. (06/08/2007) By ZACHARY. Getting Rid of Garter Snakes. To get rid of garter snakes if you're not afraid of them, grab them by the neck ...

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Snakes do not dig holes. I, too, was told as a child that every hole in the ground was a "snake hole". Later, I learned that this is not true, though that's not to say that a snake wouldn't occasionally take advantage of a pre-made hole, or go down inside one in search of prey.

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How to Identify Snake Holes in the Ground ... While it is true that snakes often hide in holes, they do not construct their holes themselves -- these are primarily the former holes of rodents, turtles and frogs. Additionally, snakes hide inside tree hollows, or under the leaf litter, rocks or bark.

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Precautions When Trying To Kill A Snake One of the most important things to do if you are thinking about trying to kill a snake is to ensure that it is really necessary. Snakes are creatures that can do a lot of good for an area, and will actually reduce the populations of other pest animals such as mice and rats.

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Snakes often inhabit holes dug by rodents, including groundhogs, moles, chipmunks and mice. Either they slip into the hole when the rodent is out or, if the rodent happens to be inside, the snake attacks and eats them.

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How Do You Kill A Snake. Most people kill snakes with garden tools, some with handguns. I have received many, many emails over the years, of snakes that people have killed, and now want identified, such as seen below. In none of the cases have the snakes been venomous. I have, however, talked to emergency room technicians who have seen venomous ...