N&S Snake Catcher Brisbane is a small family owned business in the Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan and all surrounding surburbs which has been providing Fast and Professional Licensed Snake Catching Services since July 2015 with 26 years experience with snakes in the Reptile Field. Call our friendly snake catcher today call us 0415136941 we are available 24 hours.
What happens if you have a snake inside your home or on your property, business school or work place?
Don’t stress, N&S Snake Catcher Brisbane are aviavble 24 hours 7 days a week for snake removal and relocation. Call our friendly snake catcher service now on 0415136941 for a Fast and Reliable Service. Keep an eye on the snake from a safe distance until our snake catchers arrive, keep pets and people well away from the snake.
We provide Eftpos facilities that accept Debit and credit card. We are very Professional friendly snake catchers and affordable call out fee. Our Snake Catchers Brisbane service with highly experienced Brisbane snake catchers with 26 years experience in the reptile field our snake catchers have Worked for Australia Zoo for 4 years. We are Fully Insured and Fully trained in First Aid in snake bites. Our Licensed Snake Catchers are passionate about sevicing the public in Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan and proctecting our beautiful snakes in Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan and all surrounding Suburbs.
Facts: Did you Know ?
The importance of snakes: conservation and protection
Some snake species have become threatened due to land clearing for agriculture, urban development and through the introduction of animals such as domestic pets and the cane toad. Maintaining a high level of biodiversity is important to all life on Earth, including humans, and snakes are an important part of that biodiversity. In Australia, we forget that snakes and other reptiles make up a significant proportion of the middle-order predators that keep our natural ecosystems working. Without them the numbers of prey species would increase to unnatural levels and the predators that eat snakes struggle to find food.
Along with all Australian animals, snakes are protected under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 and cannot be killed or taken from the wild. Snake-keeping in Queensland requires a licence from Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. Only snakes bred in captivity by a licensed person can be purchased.
Contact our friendly snake catcher Brisbane to safely remove and relocate the snake for you.
Snake Catcher Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan and surrounds
Our services include Snake Removal and Relocation Snake catching in Brisbane, Ipswich and Logan and surrounding areas.
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Brisbane is a home to some of the world deadliest venomous snakes, so if you do come encounter with a snake and your unlucky enough to be bitten by one here is some information below…
First aid for snake bites…
If you are unlucky enough to be bitten, here is what you should and should not do. Assume ALL snakes are venomous, and take the following action:
Do not panic. Try to remain calm, sit down and immobilise the bitten area.
Apply a bandage but do not block circulation. Take a broad bandage and start up the limb starting at the bite area, at the same pressure as for a sprain. Then bandage all the way down the limb to your finger or toes showing your tips of your fingers or toes. This will help prevent the spread of the venom through the body. Do not remove the bandage. Draw a circle on the bandage where the snake has bitten you, write the time you where bitten by the snake on the bandage. Stay with the patient. Call 000 for medical help..
Immobilise the limb with a splint. Lie down and keep the limb completely still until help arrives. Do not elevate the limb or attempt to walk or run. Movement will encourage the spread of the venom through the body.
Do not attempt to catch the snake. All too often, the snake will bite again if an attempt is made to catch it. Identification of the snake species can be obtained through samples of the patient’s blood or urine, and from venom around the bite area. If the species of snake still remains uncertain, a poly-antivenene may be used, which is suitable for treatment of all venomous snake bites.
Do not wash the wound. Venom left on the skin will help doctors identify the snake and administer the appropriate antivenene.
Do not cut the wound. This will spread the venom into the bloodstream and can cause more serious injuries than the snake bite itself.
Seek medical help. An antivenene may be required.
Give our professionally snake catcher Brisbane a call with a friendly service an affordable price. Call N&S Snake Catcher available 24 hours 7 days a week on 0415 136 941.
Click onto the link on the video this is how to correctly put on a pressure bandage on a snake bite…
Watch our video on how to help your friends and family if they have been bitten or stung. Be prepared this summer.
Posted by Australian First Aid on Wednesday, 12 October 2016
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