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How to catch a wild animal with a snare pole

A snare pole can sometimes be used so as to catch a wild animal. This is in the cases where you want to remove the animal in question from your home and relocate it to other areas that are actually more reasonable. A snare pole is designed in a way that you protect the animal and yourself. It is one of the best methods that can be applied and most especially for the larger wild animals.



The features

The design of a snare pole is made in such a way that the animal and the handler are both protected from any kind of injury. The piles can be adapted in such a way that there is the option locking mechanism that is optional so as to make sure that the loop is in place. This allows one to use two hands as they maneuver the animal.

All the parts are prepared so as to make sure any sharp edges are eliminated. There is also the rubber covering and wool padding that also aids in injury prevention. Snare poles can be used on wild animals such as zoo animals, squirrels, skunks, raccoons, ground hogs, alpacas, Llamas and so on.

The snare pole is quite long. This is especially done so as to protect the animal catcher. There is also a reasonable distance between the animal catcher and the animal. This protects them from any scratches and bites. There are also some animals that carry very dangerous diseases like rabies. A snare pole makes sure that you do not get into contact with the animal without being aware of it.

Basically, the snare pole is directed towards the head of the animal. There is the snare that has to go the neck of the animal so as to contain it. This snare has to be tightened reasonably so as to secure the animal firmly. Once the wild animal has been caught, it can be loaded into a vehicle so as to be moved to another area. Cages can also come in handy while moving the animals.

Some of the latest versions of the snare pole come with a snare that also protects the animal’s teeth from making bites. Another one goes to the back of the animal’s neck so as to prevent any injury inflicted as the animal moves around and jerks. You should always choose a snare that ensures the safety of animals at all times. This animal removal technique should be carried out by the professionals to avoid any eventualities. Go back to the How to get rid of wildlife home page.

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