Live Animal Traps

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Proven, humane way to eliminate rabbits, squirrels, raccoons, skunks, opossums and more animal pests from your yard!

Trap those pesky pests alive, and return them to their natural habitat - away from your plants! Ideal for capturing rabbits, squirrels, foxes, raccoons, opossums, skunks and more. Heavy corrosion-resistant galvanized wire - 1/2" x 1", or 1" x 1" mesh with welded steel collars. Large, protective safety plate located under handle. Other sizes also available, please call. 30" x 11" x 12" for raccoons, opossums, skunks, etc. Slide release door. Front or rear release.
Item # Ship wt Size Type Use Stock Status Price Qty
50450 2 lb 18in x 5in x 5in Front Release Chipmunks, Squirrels, Rodents In Stock $45.19
50063 4 lb 24in x 7in x 8in Front Release Squirrels, Rabbits, Skunks In Stock $51.99
52830 11 lb 30in x 11in x 12in Rear Release Raccoons, Opossums, Skunks Out of Stock
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52836 11 lb 36in x 11in x 12in Rear Release Large Raccoons, Foxes In Stock $85.19
52842 25 lb 42in x 15in x 18in Rear Release Armadillos, Bobcats, Foxes, Jack Rabbits, Coyotes Out of Stock
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Doors are steel supported, trip latch has precision setting, 14 gauge galvanized wire, steel rod supported, protective safety plate under handle, "690 30in. x 11in. x 12in. used for raccoons, opossums, and skunks, has rear release door. Other sizes that

Product Features

This Safeguard Box Trap is constructed of 1 X 1" long lasting galvanized wire mesh that blends into 1/2 X 1" mesh towards back of trap to protect baited area. Mounted with reinforced spring loaded front door and convienent rear release door. Steel reinfor


Manufacturer supplies a full one year warranty against defects in workmanship.


    QUESTION: How does the rear release door work? ANSWER: The door has a long sliding pin that keeps it in place; pull it out and the rear door swings open.

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

4 Stars

Animal Live Traps wrote

Last summer some type of rodent was harvesting my melons ahead of me. I used a variety of traps but none were the right size. All were either too small or too big. The animal has to this point evaded capture. This one should fill the bill. Can't wait for spring so I can bait and, I hope, catch the perp and identify it.

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