In regards to dog control you have several options that can be completed by Central Coast Deer and Vermin Control.
Wild Dogs Control
Although poisoning programs can be carried out year-round, baiting is most effective when alternative food is scarce.
- 100% of dogs that take baits will be exterminated and will typically die within burrows
- Cameras can be used to identify animals present at bait station
- Signage required, during and for 4 weeks after completion of baiting program
- A small % of domestic animals could be affected.
Leg hold traps can be used within areas that are too small to bait with 1080.
- No poison used
- No warning signs or notification required
- Humane padded jaw traps used
- Non targeted species can be caught
Caging may be useful for the control of nuisance animals but is not effective as a general dog control method.
Cage traps are used to capture problem dogs where it is undesirable to use 1080 or leg-hold traps. Animals trapped in a cage can be transported away from the area for euthanasia. From an animal welfare perspective, cage traps are preferred over leg-hold traps as fewer injuries are sustained and non-target animals can be released unharmed.
- Most humane way of control
- Time consuming
Rifle is equipped with silencer and Digital Night Vision with recorder.
- Silenced and Night vision equipped rifle with video recorder
- Dogs need to be sighted
Contact us or call Lawrence at Central Coast Deer and Vermin Control now for your no obligation, free quote.
Central Coast Deer and Vermin Control has Pest Controllers Combined Liability of $20,000,000, and is licensed to shoot in council, crown, rural and non-rural (residential, golf courses, commercial, tourism, school and recreation) areas and certified/licensed to net, bait, trap, fumigate and concussion.
Department of Primary Industries NSW Game Hunting Licence(Professional) P17048
Office of Environment & Heritage NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service Authorised Magpie and Butcher bird humane removals MWL000101928.