Geese Relief for Cemeteries

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Cemeteries are the resting place for loved ones and should be kept clean and neat. Unfortunately, since most Connecticut cemeteries have ample lawns and grass, these can be popular locations for Canada geese to graze. This creates a problem since these birds are known for ruining property with their ample droppings; also a hazard can be created if the geese feel their territory is being invaded and they decide to lunge at visitors. If your Connecticut cemetery is experiencing a problem with Canada geese, contact Geese Relief today.

Canada geese tend to stick to grassy areas they are familiar with. Since cemeteries are mostly quiet, it's very easy for these birds to congregate and make the land their own. If your cemetery is only tended to once a week by a landscape company, it won't be enough to keep the geese away. This means that the manicured grounds can easily be ruined by the copious amount of droppings produced by Canada geese. The best way to ensure your cemetery is free of Canada geese is to employ the hard-working and intelligent goose dogs at Geese Relief.

We use intelligent and persistent Border Collies to do the work that chemicals cannot. Spraying a cemetery with a goose repellent may get the birds to leave for a day, or two, but rest assured that they will be back. However, with a Border Collie luring on the premises, geese will believe it is a natural predator and for their own survival will leave the area permanently.

Solving Goose Problems

There are several options for ridding your property of Canadian geese including chemical sprays and landscape redesign, but the most effective method is to use highly trained Border Collies known asgoose dogs. These intelligent animals are taught not to harm the birds, but rather to use their cunning and intense stare to convince the geese that a predator is lurking nearby. Geese are concerned with survival and will not congregate where a Border Collie is patrolling. Even better, when geese seek refuge in the water, the dogs are very adept at swimming and won't rest until the last goose has fled.

For effective geese relief in Branford, call: 203-883-5123

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