I will attend your site at a mutually
convenient time to assess mole activity. This must take place in
daylight. With your agreement, I will set as many traps as I consider
may be necessary.
will check the traps at least once every 24 hours;
locations will be clearly marked;
ensure children, pets and other animals are kept away from the traps
– they are small but strong, and will easily injure small fingers
and curious snouts;
captured mole will be removed and disposed of (clients are welcome
to witness the removal, but should be aware that it may not be a
use “instant kill” traps, but on very rare occasions the animal
isn't properly caught and may still be alive. In these instances, I will dispatch the
mole as quickly and painlessly as possible;
evidence of mole capture is always available, and will be provided on request.
traditional practice of mole catching in the UK goes back centuries, and is the most humane and
environmentally-friendly method of removing moles from a site. The
“instant kill” traps are designed to ensure the immediate
dispatch of the mole without pain or suffering (but bear in mind my
I DO NOT use any form of baits, gas, chemicals, or
poisons of any sort, and at all times I follow the Code Of Practice
of the Guild
Of British Molecatchers.