Geese Removal Columbus-Oh

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Geese Control Solutions | Columbus-OH

Our holistic approach to geese control is the most natural humane way to rid your property of geese.  Whether it be aggression towards animals and small children or the not so lovely droppings of poop they leave you, we understand the how much of a nuisance they can be.  Our dogs are highly trained and have proven time and time again as the most effective way to rid geese from your property permanently.  Call now, you’ll be glad you did!

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The most effective way to scare geese away is with trained goose-herding dogs. Herding dogs convince geese they are not safe from predators. This should only be done by specially trained dogs working with a handler.

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Getting Rid Of Geese In Your Backyard or At Your Business

Reduce Food Supply

By changing the landscape and plants around your lake or pond you can discourage geese from taking up residency.  Believe it or not a freshly cut lawn is perfect for geese to root around in.  Let your grass grow taller around your lake or pond.

Kentucky Blue Grass and Geese

If you have this on your property and/or near your pond, your goose has just hit the jackpot!  Geese love Kentucky Blue Grass.  Geese will continue to flock and thank you for the handouts all the while leaving their poop all over your property!  When it comes to goose control, be mindful of plants they love and do your best to remove them from your property.

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Reduce Nesting Areas

By reducing ideal nesting areas geese will be less likely to want to stick around to raise their young.  Since geese feel safe around cleared shorelines you can plant tall grass and use boulders as deterrent landscaping.  Although they are beautiful, Islands and Peninsulas should be eliminated as they are perfect nesting ground, offering ideal protection from predators.