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When an unfortunate incident leaves you with the presence of a deceased animal on your property, our Dead Animal Removal service provides a prompt and professional solution for safe and sanitary removal. Our trained professionals handle the situation with care, ensuring safety, hygiene, and peace of mind for you and your community.

Our Dead Animal Removal service involves the safe and discreet removal of deceased animals from residential and commercial properties. We prioritize quick response times to prevent health hazards and minimize distress. Our team uses proper protective gear and follows strict safety protocols to ensure safe handling and disposal of deceased animals.

  • 24/7 Emergency Response
  • Safe Handling and Disposal
  • Odor Control
  • Discreet Service.

dead animal removal

There are a few signs that you should have dead animal removal. These signs include:

  • You smell a foul odor. A dead animal can release a foul odor that can be difficult to remove. If you smell a foul odor in your home or business, it is possible that there is a dead animal present.
  • You see flies or maggots. Flies and maggots are attracted to dead animals. If you see flies or maggots in your home or business, it is possible that there is a dead animal present.
  • You see droppings. Dead animals can produce droppings. If you see droppings in your home or business, it is possible that there is a dead animal present.
  • You hear noises. Dead animals can make noises, such as squealing or hissing. If you hear noises in your home or business that you cannot identify, it is possible that there is a dead animal present.
  • You see a carcass. If you see a carcass in your home or business, it is a clear sign that there is a dead animal present.

Here are some additional tips for knowing when you need to have dead animal removal:

  • If you have young children or pets who are at risk of being exposed to the dead animal.
  • If the dead animal is in a difficult to reach area, such as in the walls or attic.
  • If the dead animal has been there for a long time and has started to decompose.
  • If the dead animal is causing a foul odor or attracting flies or maggots.

Dead animals can pose a number of health hazards, including:

  • Pathogens. Dead animals can be contaminated with a variety of pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites. These pathogens can cause a variety of diseases, including salmonella, campylobacteriosis, leptospirosis, and rabies.
  • Foul odor. The decomposition of a dead animal can release a foul odor that can be harmful to human health. The odor can cause nausea, vomiting, and headaches. In some cases, the odor can even be fatal.
  • Attracted pests. Dead animals can attract other pests, such as rodents, insects, and flies. These pests can also pose a health hazard. For example, rodents can carry diseases such as plague and hantavirus.
  • Damage to property. Dead animals can damage property. For example, they can leak fluids that can stain carpets and furniture. They can also attract pests that can damage walls and ceilings.

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Benefits of our Dead Animal Removal:

  • Ensures Health and Hygiene
  • Enhances Safety for Pets and Residents
  • Provides Peace of Mind

Process and Steps:

  • Assessment: Our team assesses the situation to determine the best approach for removal.
  • Safe Removal: We carefully remove the deceased animal while adhering to safety guidelines.
  • Disposal: We dispose of the deceased animal following all local regulations.
  • Decontamination: If necessary, we can decontaminate and sanitize the affected area.


For pricing details and customized service packages, please contact us for a free consultation. We tailor our services to suit your specific needs and budget.


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If you require Dead Animal Removal services, do not hesitate to contact us immediately. Our team is ready to respond promptly and provide the necessary assistance.