Geese Police – Boston Metro Area provides Canada goose control for businesses in the greater Boston / Worcester / Providence metropolitan area. Geese Police is a franchised business owned by GPI, LLC, which was founded in 1997, and operates 14 franchises in major East Coast and Midwest metro areas. Geese Police uses a proprietary system of harassment using trained border collies to produce and maintain a decrease of at least 90% in resident goose population. This is the only proven, humane, and environmentally friendly way of providing effective Canada goose control. To learn more about Geese Police - Boston, visit the About Us section. Follow us through our social media links below or contact us directly through our Contact page. Follow us on our social media using the links below.
Attracted by grass and water in close proximity, Canada geese will congregate at locations that are intended for use by people, and create a health, safely and aesthetic nuisance by depositing two pounds per day of droppings per adult goose. Geese one the ground attract other geese, and once some geese nest and hatch eggs at a location, the next generation has a natural instinct to return to that location annually during nesting season.
Geese Police uses specially trained Border Collies, who have an instinctive “stalking” posture that terrifies geese as it mimics the approach used by predators. Geese Police steps up its frequency of harassment in response to this behavior, and will employ additional tactics designed to humanely prevent both nesting and hatching of new goslings.Geese Police uses harassment techniques that are approved by the USDA Wildlife Services and the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
Geese Police uses repeated visits at unpredictable intervals to simulate the presence of predators at the site. Initially, this may involve more than one dog and handler. Within a short time the resident goose population will have declined by at least 90%, as they identify the area as unsafe due to the presence of predators. Because the natural attraction of grass and water will continue to bring new geese, Geese Police will continue to patrol at less frequent but constantly varying intervals. During the most active times of the year – the fall migratory season, and the early spring nesting season – Geese Police will patrol more frequently, and take additional measures to prevent nesting and hatching. If you want to know more about our services, please visit the Our Services page for more information.