Cave Creek Snake Removal. 100% Safe & Humane 24/7 Rattlesnake Solutions

The beautiful desert area North of Phoenix is home to many species of snake, including 4 species of rattlesnake, the coralsnake, and the gila monster. We provide around-the-clock emergency response service to Cave Creek and surrounding areas to help you with any snake related issue.

If you are near Cave Creek and need to have a snake removed:

Someone will be available at all hours of the day and night to help you with any snake problem you may have. In the warmer months, many snake species are nocturnal, and so are we! If you see a snake that needs to be removed, give us a call and we'll be there as soon as possible.

You should watch the snake from a safe distance until the field agent arrives. Many times, the snake is scared of you, and will try to hide or leave the area when it feels that the 'predator' (you!) has left. Even a snake that looks like it's sleeping may be well aware of your presence, and stay still until it has a chance to move. We depend on your observation to catch the snake.

Below is a Western Diamondback Rattlesnake that was relocated from a home in Cave Creek.

What is the cost to remove a snake?

Our cost structure depends on the availability of field agents. We do this, instead of a flat price, to make it as affordable and effective as possible. We have people all around the valley, so we wouldn't want to charge the same fee to have someone who's only a block away from you as we would someone 10 miles away.

What kinds of snake live in Cave Creek? Will you remove all of them?

Cave Creek is home to quite a few different species of reptile. The venomous ones are what most people call us about, though we understand that some people just don't like to see snakes in the yard! We're happy to relocate any species of snake, and look for ways to keep future encounters from happening. The most common snake we are called to remove is the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake, followed by the Sonoran Gophersnake. Other common snakes to find in a Cave Creek yard: Desert Nightsnake, Longnosed Snake, Groundsnake, Coachwhip, and even more harmless species. The sonoran coralsnake also can be found in the North Phoenix area, but are very seldom seen, and are not dangerous to those who don't pick them up. There is also the gila monster, which is very slow moving and again not dangerous if left alone. We are licensed by Arizona Game & Fish to relocate any species of reptile.

If you see a snake, and want to know what it is, call us or email a photo to and we'll tell you anything you want to know about it. Information is always free, and we feel the more home owner's know about the snakes in the area, the more safe both people and animals will be when they run into one another.