Immediate, Safe Rattlesnake Removal & Snake Control

Rattlesnake Solutions is Prescott's snake removal and control experts. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we are available to remove unwanted snakes and reptiles from your property.

24/7 Hotline: 928-325-7371

We are ready to remove any snake in the Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey and Chino Valley area any time of day or night.

Rattlesnake Solutions specializes in finding rattlesnakes and removing them from your property, and keep unwanted snakes from returning. If you have a rattlesnake in your yard and are unsure of your options, call us any time, day or night and we are ready to help. Rattlesnakes are part of life in the Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey and Chino Valley areas, and our years of experience safely relocating thousands of wild rattlesnakes means we've seen it all, and can likely address the real issue: why is the snake in your yard, how can this be prevented in the future, and how can I keep my family and pets safe.

Removing the rattlesnake isn't enough.

Our field agents have thousands of field hours tracking and studying rattlesnakes in the wild. This level of experience is what we bring to your property when you call. That means that as well as catching the rattlesnake to be moved elsewhere, we can search your property to find places and features that may actually be attracting rattlesnakes to the area. Unlike some services or pest control businesses, we can identify a rattlesnake track in the sand, tell you if a shed skin is from a venomous snake or not, identify snake feces, and any of signs that we use to find them in the wild that can provide answers about why it is there, and what can be done to prevent more.


If you need to have a rattlesnake removed:

  • 1. Call, 24/7 at 928-325-7371 We'll ask basic questions about the situation and location. Be patient with us - every question is important to resolve the situation as quickly as possible.
  • 2. Watch the rattlesnake
  • 3. Wait and watch the snake at a safe distance until we arrive. Don't try and interact with it or let a neighbor "help".

Prescott Rattlesnake Removal

Rattlesnake Solutions offers completely safe, humane snake removal and relocation services to the entire Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey and Chino Valley area. Living in Arizona means sharing space with local wildlife, and rattlesnakes are common visitors. Rattlesnake Solutions provides a solution to safely catch and relocate rattlesnakes without harm, and provide the best possible chances of survial after the ordeal is done. 24/7 rattlesnake removal services are available in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey and Chino Valley.

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Rattlesake Prevention

We know rattlesnakes better than anyone. Rattlesnake Solutions isn't a pest control company or some kind of exterminator - we only do one thing, and do it very well: solving conflict between rattlesnakes and homeowners. Our field team is made of trained experts, herpetologists, biologists, and experts in rattlesnake behavior and life history. In addition to rattlesnake removal, we'll tell you why the snake is there to begin with, and how to prevent more visits. An inspection of your yard can give information about reducing your chance of seeing a rattlesnake.

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Rattlesnakes Don't Have to Be Scary

We believe education is more powerful than fear, and work hard to undo the myths around Prescott's rattlesnakes. If you have any question about snakes, no matter how odd, we are more than happy to answer it for you. Rattlesnake Solutions snake removal and prevention services also fund research of wild rattlesnakes and excursions by field agents to find wild rattlesnakes, and we are excited to this information with anyone that wants to hear it. Even if you've just seen a random snake on a trail and want to know what species it is, we're identify it. Info and education is always free - we just like to hear about your snake experiences!

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What Happens to the Rattlesnakes We Relocate?

We take as much care as possible to make sure that any snake we relocate is treated with care and moved to an area that can give as much chance as possible for its continued survival. Rattlesnakes are relocated to a new area within their estimated homerange and released to cover so that they can emerge and reorient themselves.

Rattlesnakes are a very important part of the natural ecosystem - in the Prescott area, neighborhoods are mixed in with beautiful desert, forest and grassland landscapes, mountain backdrops, and desert habitat. Wildlife that has survived urban development finds a way to survive wherever it can. For many of us, this means the pool becomes a watering hole, the garage is a cave, and all of the landscaping is just one more place to hide, eat, and survive.

In most areas, this can be as simple as a random rattlesnake encounter. Other properties, however, may invite rattlesnakes right in without even realizing it. Decorative rocks, water features and fountains, bushy plants, entryways, covered patios, and other common features that make our homes comfortable also become resources for snakes. Any small reduction in useful habitat, man-made or otherwise, will decrease your chance of seeing a rattlesnake. Additionally to capturing the rattlesnake, we take every possible effort to find out why the snake is there to begin with and let you know what can be done to prevent future encounters.

Prescott is Snake Central: be prepared.

The Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey and Chino Valley area is diverse in rattlesnakes, with 4 species found in the immediate area.

The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake is the most common rattlesnake in the Prescott area and can be found in lower grassy areas around Prescott Valley, but avoid the higher elevation areas and forest. Even in parts of the city that are relatively enclosed by urban sprawl, rattlesnakes can be found along drainage corridors anywhere there is native habitat. In higher elevation and mountainous areas, the Arizona Black Rattlesnake and Blacktailed Rattlesnake are common sights.

Harmless species of snake are also common. Gophersnakes, multiple species of kingsnake, groundsnakes, and others are found in yards and garages. If you are unsure what type of snake you are looking at, email us at with a photo and we will tell you what it is and what, if anything, needs to be done about it. If you aren't completely sure what a snake is, do not try to capture it.