(902) 864-7871
295 Cobequid Road
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14 Sonny's Road
(902) 462-9090
1063 Cole Harbour Road
(902) 883-7272
70 Park Road
  • Live Traps
    Bay Rentals is proud to carry a full line of Live Traps supplies and accessories at all four locations. Click here to learn more.

COVID-19 Update

Please read the following announcement for our plans to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on our communities.

Please be advised that in compliance with Nova Scotia's mandatory mask use policy all Bay Equipment Rental locations will be requiring mask use within our stores. If you are unable to wear a mask, please contact the location by phone and we will do our best to serve you outside in a safe and contactless manner.

Please note that our Cole Harbour location is operating outside only, with no inside service at this time.

Thanks in advance for your understanding and cooperation. 


Bay Rentals is proud to carry a full line of Live Traps supplies and accessories at all four locations. If you don't see the product you are looking for please contact us.

Identify the animal: The first step for trapping is to identify what kind of animal you are dealing with. Check to see what kind of damage is being done on your property.

Select a Trap: Once you’ve identified the type of animal, choose a trap that is large enough to fit the animals entire body inside the cage, but small enough to restrict its movement.

Set the bait: Select bait appropriate to the animal you are trying to trap. Place the bait to that the animal is sure to step on the trigger plate.

Place the Trap: Place the trap in area of cover, or where you observe the animal has frequently been, preferably in a quiet area or near a source of water and away from pets and people.

Catching and Moving the Animal: One you’ve trapped your animal and are ready to move it, put on a pair of protective gloves grab a blanket to put overtop of the cage. Limit contact with the animal to prevent the spread of germs. Release the animal in a more suitable habitat, far away from residential areas.

Cleaning The Cage: One the animal is released, disinfect the cage with a cleaning solution of 1 part bleach, and 9 parts water.

Looking for something not listed above?

Contact one of our four convenient locations and we'll be sure to get you the tools and equipment you need!