Depends where you live, if you live near national parks or the country snakes and wild animals are more probable, as for spiders, not all are dangerous and don’t always bite people unless they feel threatened.
It depends where you are really. If you are in the suburbs or near cities you can sometimes get spiders but apart from that nothing else. In more outback and country areas people can get snakes and spiders in their houses
@Sasafras14 thx for your answer. I was wonder how it looks in Your country :). I agree with you, the similar situation is in Poland. Dangerous animals are in outback or forests where is not many people.
I live in the suburbs near grassland and bush, so we do have quite a few deadly spiders- especially red-back spiders. We have been taught by our parents to always shake our shoes before putting them on and to shake the laundry when taking them off the washing line just in case there are crawlers. Also in terms of snakes, its sad to say but we lost our beloved dog to a red-bellied black snake bite last New Years day. She was protecting her puppies from the snake, managed to kill the snake, but also managed to get bitten. We have chickens in the yard so they do attract that kind of attention from snakes ans lizards.
I live in a semi-rural house. My parents have seen a snake twice at our house but over never seen it. They generally stay away if they sense a lot of vibrations. There are tons of spiders in Australia but you never really see any horrible ones, mainly just daddy long legs. I usually have a daddy long legs on the roof above my shower. I saw 3 redback spiders one day, spiders that Australians get warned about right from when they are a child cause they are deadly, but they were in a stable about 20m away from our house. My mum just killed them with a big bomb. They only really like to hang out inside something made of metal like a tin. You almost never see them.