Richard Young with huge captured  Rattlesnake

Richard Young
Round Rock, Texas

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Areas Served:

  • Austin
  • Barton Creek
  • Bastrop
  • Bee Cave
  • Buda
  • Cedar Park
  • Creedmoor
  • Dripping Springs
  • Elgin
  • Georgetown
  • Hutto
  • Jonestown
  • Killeen
  • Kyle
  • Lago Vista
  • Lake Austin
  • Lake Travis
  • Lakeway
  • Leander
  • Liberty Hill
  • Manor
  • Pflugerville
  • Rockdale
  • Rollingwood
  • Round Rock
  • San LeAnna
  • Smithville
  • Steiner Ranch
  • Sun City
  • Sunset Valley
  • Taylor
  • Temple
  • Thorndale
  • Thrall
  • Waco
  • Webberville
  • Weir
  • West Lake
  • West Lake Hills

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Serving all of Central Texas

Specializing in Complete Site Inspection and
Humane Removal of Venomous Snakes

Services Offered:

Emergency Response Service: Snake Removal 7 Days /wk.

Site  (Safety) Inspection:  By Appointment Only

We treat each inspection as if we were inspecting our own property.
We will evaluate problem areas and make suggestions on how to reduce
future encounters.

Inspections under Structures:    By Appointment Only

We will inspect and remove snakes from under homes, decks and other structures.

Maintenance Contracts:

We offer monthly or weekly maintenance inspections
for sensitive or problem areas.

Reliable Rattlesnake Removal is dedicated to the safe removal of venomous snakes from around your home or property. We will come to your home, property or place of business, conduct a full site evaluation and remove snakes that pose a threat to people or pets. We also help to educate our clients to reduce the possibility of future encounters or threatening situations.

Reliable Rattlesnake Removal is not your average Pest Control or Animal Control Company.
Our focus is Snakes and Snakes only. This is what sets us apart from the rest.

Below are pictures of the 4 most common venomous snakes
in Central Texas.

Copperhead Snake


water moccasin

Water Moccasin



Coral Snake

Coral Snake

Rattlesnake Bites

All cases of venomous snake bite should be handled as emergency situations. Snake bite victims should be taken to a hospital for evaluation and treatment. You should never attempt to cut the bite wound and try to suck the poison out. Bite victims should seek medical attention immediately. The majority of venomous snake bites are not life threatening, however they can be and should be treated as such. Recovering from a venomous snakebite can be painful, both physically and financially. Never attempt to pick up a snake that you encounter. Call a professional for help. “You can’t put a price on Safety”.

Teen Survives Rattlesnake Attack

Updated: Tuesday, 10 Aug 2010, 10:11 PM CDT Published :
Tuesday, 10 Aug 2010, 6:59 PM CDT

Round Rock teen Darien Baeler survived two rattlesnake bites while walking with family in a park on Friday night. Doctors say they had to use around 33 vials of anti-venom and almost had to amputate his leg. They also had to cut open both sides of his leg to relieve swelling from the bite. Without that procedure, he would have lost his leg completely. The attack happened just after 8:00 p.m. as it got dark while the 17-year-old was walking with his brothers and sisters in a Round Rock park off 1431. After the rattlesnake struck him, he ran home and called 911. Baehler has already had two surgeries and is expected to go through many more including plastic surgery. He is also expected to have to undergo rehab.

Austin-area Toddler Dies After Snakebite

Updated: Thursday, 12 Aug 2010, 7:45 PM CDT
Published : Thursday, 12 Aug 2010, 7:21 AM CDT

FortWorth,TX-An Austin-area toddler has died after being bitten by a rattlesnake while with her family near a north Texas lake. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's office says 23-month-old Peyton Hood of Pflugerville died early Wednesday. She would have turned two next month. She died five hours after being bit by a rattlesnake. The Palo Pinto County Sheriff's department says deputies Tuesday night received a cal from a woman saying her granddaughter had suffered a snake bite while near Possum Kingom Lake. The snake bit her at the playground where she was playing with her brother, mother, and grandmother. Her family noticed something was wrong when she began crying. They noticed she had blood on her foot and found the snake nearby. Her family called 911. Paramedics airlifted her to the hospital. She was bit just after 7:00 p.m. and died around midnight.

Justin Schwartz knows all too well the severity of a rattlesnake bite!
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Be warned, the pictures are very graphic,
but people need to know the consequences of a rattlesnake bite.

Dogs and Rattlesnake bites

If you have dogs and are interested in learning about the rattlesnake vaccine,
please visit

Rattlesnake bites are veterinary emergencies - they result in serious injury to thousands of dogs each year. Rattlesnake venom is a complex mixture of toxins that spread through a dog’s body following the bite.

Dogs are at risk for rattlesnake bite – they can encounter a rattlesnake anytime they are in rattlesnake habitat. You and your dog may live near rattlesnakes. Like people, dogs stumble upon a snake by accident. Curiosity or a protective instinct can place your dog at risk. Red Rock Rattlesnake Vaccine helps protect your pet.

The rattlesnake vaccine stimulates your dog's own immunity. The vaccine is intended to help create an immunity that will protect your dog against rattlesnake venom.
Snakebite is always an emergency. For further information about this vaccine, please contact your local veterinarian.


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