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By shauna (Guest Post)01/28/2007
try buying a frozen mouse at petco and thawing it out, leave it a few feet from entrance, he will still smell the scent of the mouse, and that might lure him out of there....good luck.
By Paula Jo Carr (Guest Post)01/26/2007
LEAVE THE SNAKE ALONE...We had one in our farm house when the kids were young teenagers...it didn't bother us & we didn't bother it...it was a "King Snake" that ate all of the field mice that ventured in the house and other bad snakes (like copperheads & water moccassins) that are known here in the NC western mountain areas.
By Marge Mayhew 01/26/2007
I know several people who have done the moth ball thing and have regretted it. The smell is AWFUL and does not go away for months!
By (Guest Post)01/26/2007
Leave him there. Unless he's a poisonous snake he's a good guy-eats bugs, rodents and some snakes even eat bad snakes.
By Ellie. (Guest Post)01/26/2007
This is a suggestion from way back in Australian pioneering days.Place a saucer of milk near the opening where the snake went in, or where you think it did.. the idea is that the snake will smell the milk and come out to it. Be careful to keep cats and dogs away from the area.. and once the snake is out, it's up to you what happens next!
By Margie Minard (Guest Post)01/26/2007
If the snake is harmless and not aggressive, it just may be better to let it be. Snakes are rodent eaters. We never had rats in the barn until I insisted my husband get rid of a couple of black snakes that lived in the hay bales.
By Monty's Dad (Guest Post)01/25/2007
Try spreading moth balls around.
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