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Posted by Steve on 9:19:10 8/2/2016 from 96.92.134.33:

Need advice on a groundhog I just recently found in my yard. The groundhog hole is right next to a fence by an old tree stump. Just seen one so far.

I have a trap and I am sure I can catch this sucker but not sure how to get rid it?

I live in Mass. and I think my only option is killing it as I am not suppose to relocate it, which is dumb! I am not wanting to kill this animal but if I have no choice I guess I will have to...

Is this any way to great rid of this ground hog problem without killing it?

Also, I called a local pest control, they will not take animal unless they trap it and they charge too much money for this service and offer no guarantee. I have a trap so I can trap it!

Any help would be appreciated. THank you



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