About us

WHO

Terry Woods & Graham Le Blond with over 50 years of experience between them in animal husbandry and humane fox management

Both having backgrounds in dangerous dog handling and dog psychology, wildlife/pet rescue and fox welfare gained by working with Trevor Williams at The Fox Project and wildlife expert John Bryant.

WHY

Because we care we care about our Planet, its Flora and Fauna and the much maligned Red Fox, an important part of British ecology.

WHAT WE DO

Using our knowledge of Fox behaviour and psychology we solve your Fox problems with ethical and organic methods, persuading Foxes that ‘your’ property is not theirs.

WHAT WE DON’T DO

We DO NOT harm any animal anyway anyhow !

We do not trap and remove Foxes this might lead to you and us breaking animal welfare laws (there are rare exceptions to this policy).

 

HOW WE DO IT

We conduct a thorough survey of your property and the perceived problem, in many cases the problems are not as severe as  first thought. We assess the foxes habits then after making sure no foxes are trapped under ground (using cctv or digging out), we close up any ‘earths’ or above ground ‘hide’ always and then apply ‘deterrents’ to keep the target fox(es) off your property.

 

WHERE WE DO IT

Private dwellings, Allotments, Sports Facilities, Schools/Nurseries, Hospitals, Care Homes, Factories, in fact anywhere a Fox is causing problems.

We generally operate in the South/Southeast of England including the Capital but we are often persuaded to work in other areas, i.e. Bristol, Liverpool, West Midlands, Bradford, Bournemouth and Manchester to list a few.

 

AND NOT FORGETTING
We also carry out remedial works to help keep Foxes out.

These include……. New concrete bases for sheds……Repairs to fencing and lawns……New Fox proof fencing……..Fox proofing of decking, Garden Clearance etc.

Our services include but are not limited to Fox Deterrents, Fox Management, Fox Repellents, Fox Proofing, Fouling Clearance, Fox Removal, Fox Problem, Fox Problems and Remedial Works

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