The Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) was introduced into Britain in the 12th century. It was not until the 19th century that they were in such numbers that they became a problem, causing damage to crops, young trees and gardens.

They are now widespread in habitats which provide suitable grass or other vegetation for grazing and well drained ground for burrowing. They will also live under sheds, amongst rubble and in piles of dead tree roots and branches.

For Financial Year 2024/25, the charge for carrying out treatments is £108, however  Gulls/Pigeons/Birds (misc) and Bed Bugs as well as some larger insect infestations require a Pest Control Officer to visit to determine the best course of treatment and a price will be discussed at that time. 

An uplift of an animal carcass is £48 for financial year 2024/25.

If you wish to proceed to book a treatment please request it online.

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Email: pest.control@dundeecity.gov.uk
Tel: 01382 436288