Toledo Fox Control
Ann Arbor & Lucas County Animal Services
“Clever as a fox” is a phrase for a reason. These beautiful
and adaptable animals can be a nuisance for property owners thanks to
their tendency to dig up lawns, harm chickens and small pets, and potential
for spreading disease. Our Toledo wildlife control team at
Frame's Wildlife Control is here to put your mind at ease with effective and humane fox trapping
and removal solutions. Our management team is available for same-day appointments
and offer our wildlife control services to property owners throughout
Toledo, Ann Arbor, and surrounding areas.
To learn more about our fox trapping solutions, call our Toledo animal
wildlife team today at
Types of Foxes Living in Toledo & Ann Arbor
There are four different types of foxes living in North America, with two
species residing in Ohio and Michigan: The red fox and the grey fox. Because
foxes are members of the Canidae family, they can sometimes be mistaken
for dogs or coyotes. Luckily, our Toledo wildlife removal team has nearly
50 years of wildlife experience and can accurately identify whether or
not a fox has invaded your property.
While red foxes and grey foxes are very similar, they do differ in a few ways:
- Grey foxes tend to have salt-and-pepper colored fur while red foxes are
generally red, orange, or light brown in color.
- Red foxes are bigger than grey foxes.
- Grey foxes have a black stripe running along the tail, while red foxes
have a white-tipped tail.
Will a Fox Attack a Dog?
Dogs are rarely attacked by foxes. In recent years, small dogs and puppies
have been attacked by foxes in yards and gardens. Although foxes rarely
approach dogs, they might defend themselves if cornered by a dog. If you've
recently spotted or heard rumor of frequent fox visits in your area, it
is best to only let your dog outside when monitored closely.
Toledo Canid Removal Experts
wildlife control specialists at Frame's Wildlife Control are experts in our field, and we continue to stay
up to date on the latest protections offered to foxes, so you can count
on our live trapping and removal services to be safe and effective. If
it turns out that it is not a fox on your property in Toledo or Ann Arbor,
our animal wildlife team also have the capacity to handle professional
coyote removal. We believe in performing every service with the utmost
care and attention to detail, so you—and your pets and livestock—can
feel safe on your property.