Geese Police of Western PA has been successfully helping clients to control their Goose population since 2010. We are fully insured and have a valid Wildlife Control Permit issued from the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
We are experts in goose habits, migration and the problems Canada geese cause to the health of humans and the environment.
Our techniques for Canada goose control are approved by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), the US Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS). In addition, the Humane Society and PETA recommend the use of working Border Collies for Canada goose control.
The Border Collie, a medium-sized dog at 30 to 45 pounds, possesses a seemingly supernatural amount of energy and stamina — a hardiness that was developed when he was required to work all day in the hills and valleys of the rugged Scottish border country, sometimes running 50 miles or more a day. When it comes to the ideal working dog, it doesn't get much better than the Border Collie.
If there is a down side to the Border Collie's energy and workaholic attitude, it comes out when he's brought into a family that doesn't understand him. He is not a cuddly, couch-potato dog. He doesn't want to be coddled. He wants — and needs — a job. Keeping up with the Border Collie's intense mental and physical stamina is exhausting, even exasperating, to an owner or family that wants a laid-back family pet.
The Border Collie is a herding dog, which means he has an overwhelming urge to gather a flock. That flock could be sheep, children, cats, squirrels, or anything that moves, including cars. This instinct to nip, nudge, and bark, along with his energy, cannot be trained out of him. Rather, it must be directed. He must have a task, whether it's actually herding sheep or competing in dog sports. A brisk walk or a game of fetch every day isn't enough activity for the Border Collie.
Our home base of operations is in the Greater Pittsburgh Area and we serve Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Indiana, Washington, and Westmoreland counties within the state of Pennsylvania.
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