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The cane toad (Rhinella marina), also known as the giant neotropical toad or marine toad,



Cane Toads (aka Bufo Toads) emit a bufotoxin from their shoulder glands that can be potentially deadly to dogs and outdoor cats. They are invasive to SWFL and have done considerable damage to our wildlife.  


 Cane Toads don't take days off, and neither should your service.  We utilize humane traps that provide 24/7 protection to your community. 

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An important part of our service is toad identification, making sure that we are only removing Cane Toads and not the friendly southern toad. When done, we haul away all of the offending toads with us.


A female Cane Toad can lay up to 60,000 eggs in a year. We target the source of the problem by catching not just the tadpoles but also the eggs.


Every community has different needs and we will custom tailor a solution that ensures your residents get the peace of mind they deserve. Choosing the right removal service is important and we pride ourselves not only on the work we do, but the pricing we can offer.

We offer hand-scooping of the toads in areas designated by you. This service is performed at night when the Cane Toads are most active. 

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