Henry and Suzanne Losee founded this innovative goose control company in 2002. Henry, in working for the East Bay Regional Parks Department observed first hand how the Canada geese population had grown and recognized the need for a humane solution to the problem. For nearly 10 years the husband and wife team loaded two or three dogs into each of their vehicles early every morning and headed out, rain or shine, to drive unwanted Canada geese from their well established routines of eating and fouling Bay Area parks and lawns. Full time operation of the family run business has recently been taken on by daughter Retta. As true as it was in 2002, the numbers of geese are growing every year. This next generation of family continues to provide and expand upon the dedicated and personalized goose management service established by Henry and Suzanne.
How Our Service Works
Losee’s Goose Control service its accounts once or twice a day, depending on the
extent to which geese populate the site. For the vast majority of situations, repetitive
canine patrols are sufficient to drive the geese away. On large bodies of water in
which it is not practical to have the dogs swim out, radio controlled boats are used
to chase the geese away. On occasion,we may find it helpful to prevent geese from
spending the night at a site by coming out in the evening and harassing them into
leaving with use of hand-
Safety to your patrons and employees is paramount in our approach to geese hazing. Our dogs are always accompanied by a dog handler and never simply dropped off and left to work on their own. Our dogs are friendly representatives of our company and yours. To distinguish them as service animals, the dogs wear distinctively colored red uniform vests with “LOSEE’S GOOSE CONTROL” written on them. Similarly, our vehicles display our company name and are equipped with rotating amber caution lights. We are insured and licensed.
Goose Control Links
Central California (Sacramento Valley and Neighboring Foothills): Dog & Whistle
Goose Control (530) 823-
Southern California: Border Collie Bird Patrol (949) 204-
Willamette Valley, Oregon: Take Flight Goose Control (541) 747-
Northeast Ohio (Cleveland area, Lake, Cuyahoga and Geauga counties): Wild Geese
Control (440) 679-
Central Chesapeake Bay, Maryland: Maryland Goose Patrol (443) 370-
Our goose control dogs in front of a failed initial attempt by a client to scare
geese away with cut-
Geese naturally take refuge in water. Here Jack swims out to continue the harassment and drive them from their safe zone.
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