Cane toads (also known as bufo toads) can kill dogs. And in South Florida, cane toads are simply everywhere... including your yard.
Dogs often chase or try to "play" with cane toads; they may lick, nose-nudge or pick up cane toads in their mouth. This exposes
your pet to a rapid-acting toxin
is then absorbed by the mem-branes in the dog’s mouth, causing symptoms ranging in severity from drooling, head-shaking and crying... to loss of coordination, convulsions and death.
Take action to help avoid costly vet visits or even the loss of your pet. Toad Busters will make your yard safer with its cane toad removal service and barrier fence installation.
Toad Busters will come to your location and safely and humanely collect and remove cane toads from your property. Our work is completed 100% by hand. There are no pesticides or chemicals used.
For the ultimate TOAD-FREE zone, let us install a mesh barrier! Combined with toad collection, this creates the SAFEST possible environment for your beloved pet.
Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Indian River counties & Florida Keys
Outside of those? Call us anyway!
Single-visit customers are expected to pay in full at time of service. Ongoing, scheduled customers will be invoiced. We accept cash, check, MasterCard, Visa and American Express.
Owner/Operator Jeannine Tilford is a South Florida native who has worked for more than 20 years as a science teacher, animal educator, Herpetologist and Veterinary Technician.
Jeannine has seen the devastating results of non-native species invading our beautiful state's ecosystem—including the loss of pets to cane toad toxins.
In an effort to help maintain manageable numbers of the bufo/cane toad and protect others' beloved, four-legged family members, she founded Toad Busters.
In addition to Jeannine, the company employs skilled technicians who are background checked and have a protocol to follow in order to ensure professional, thorough and courteous service.
Jeannine/Toad Busters is a registered Nuisance Wildlife Trapper (reptiles and snakes) with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).
We ain't afraid of no toads!
Reach us at or 561-202-8192 or by filling out the below form. Hop to it!