Get Help With Virginia Beach Snakes

Virginia Beach snake

If you need help identifying a snake you found in Virginia Beach, just email me a photo or two of the snake, to and I will identify it for you.

NEED EMERGENCY SNAKE REMOVAL? Remember, most of the snakes of Virginia Beach, VA are harmless and good to have around! But if you have a snake situation in which you need help, below are some resources. Examples in which you may want help include:

  • A venomous Virginia Beach snake on your property or in your house
  • A snake stuck inside your home, or pool, or garage, etc.
  • A snake that is aggressive or concerns you in some way
  • A nest of snakes on your property or even in your attic

FREE HELP: Virginia Beach County Animal Control: 757-427-4158

FREE HELP: Virginia Beach Police Department: (757) 385-5000

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The above listed services might provide free Virginia Beach snake removal, but maybe not. You may have to pay a company. Give the county animal control and police a call, and see. Read our article about:
Can I trap a snake myself or should I call a professional?