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Havahart Large 1-Door Trap (#1089)
Frustrated by unwelcome animals invading your garden? Easily and safely remove unwanted guests with a Havahart Large 1-Door Trap. Made in the USA, these traps are designed, tested, and used by professional trappers, ensuring a safe and secure catch for you and the nuisance animal.
Best for Trapping:
The Large 1-Door Trap is best for capturing raccoons, groundhog, opossums, stray cats, and armadillos.
Reasons You'll Love the Havahart Large 1-Door Trap
Havahart provides you the quality and peace of mind you need to get the job done right:
Peace Of Mind
Havahart traps are expert tested and proven effective since 1960. These traps arrive preassembled and are products of the U.S.A. Try our new Easy Set Traps, made with premium technology that allows you to capture and release pests with one hand.
Spring Loaded Door
Protective Handle Guard
Smoothed Internal Edges
External Trigger Rod
Rust Resistant Galvanized Wire
Choosing the Right Havahart Large Trap
Step-by-Step Trapping Guide
Before using a live trap, please consult your local laws regarding trapping and releasing wildlife.
Armadillos: Meal worms, sardines
Set the live animal trap in the location of the nuisance animal. You can camouflage the trap by placing twigs and leaves on
Animals can become stressed if caged for long periods of time. Hot and cold weather conditions can also harm the animal.
very durable and works great caught feral cats as well as raccoons and possumPublished 19 days ago by Paul J. Lambis
THE METAL WAS NOT AS STRONG AS IT NEEDS TO BE. HARD TO GET THE RELEASE DOOR OPEN.Published 1 month ago by June ODonnell
Works Well. In the process of trying to catch a specific stray cat, "Howard", I caught a super nasty feral cat and 2 raccoons. I had to catch Howard twice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Natasia K
When taking my personal "feral" cat, Jamaica to get spayed, she escaped, and I haven't seen her for over a year.
I would find one that's more secure.