Wildlife, like all living things, will eventually die. When this unfortunate circumstance happens, the deceased animals need to be removed and disposed of properly. Do not try this yourself. This should only be done by a trained expert.
Here is a list of the “Top 10” dead animal complaints we receive:
- Horrendous odor inside your home (especially if they have died somewhere in the house)
- Strong odors on the outside of your home
- Flies swarming around the carcass
- If outside other live animals fed ding the dead animal
- Health risk concerns
- Dead animals potentially can carry multiple diseases
- If dead inside of the house stains may appear on the walls
- Dead animal stuck in my wall
- Dead animal stuck in the chimney
- Dead animal stuck in heating or cooling vents
The fastest and easiest solution is to have them removed.
The removal of a dead animal is always a dirty situation. Sometimes it is an easy removal. Possibly an animal in your yard. But, most of the time, it is more complicated than that. It is usually because when an animal knows it is dying it will look for a cozy place. Most of the time it will be a place in or under a home that is difficult to reach. This presents many challenges and the need for special equipment. Sometimes, we find the dead animal is not alone. The last thing you want to encounter is an aggressive, live animal while trying to remove a dead one. Let the team at Thomas Wildlife Control do the hard work for you.
Dead animals can be a nuisance:
The number one problem with dead animals in or around your home is the smell. In just a short amount of time, it can become unbearable and unsafe. Within three days of an animal dying, the smell will peak. The strength of the odor depends on the size of the deceased animal, the species, location of the carcass in the house, state of decomposition, temperature, humidity, and airflow. It is dangerous to breathe in without the proper equipment. This is especially true in small spaces with no ventilation. Please do not put yourself in danger. Contact us as soon as an odor is noticed.
Dead animal diseases:
As professionals in this field, there are certain things that we see and smell when removing dead animals.Most are covered with parasites like ticks, fleas, mites with all these microorganisms potentially able to carry and transmit disease. All of the things you do not want in your home and around your family. Our team will not only remove the animal for you, we will sanitize the area and deodorize the property to get rid of the odor.
How do I Remove Dead Animals from my property?
The answer is to call Thomas Wildlife Control. We can safely remove any dead animals from your property and inside your house. Please be aware of the potential disease risk of trying to do this yourself. It is not recommended to leave dead animals near your home or business.
Many homeowners and business owners are unaware of wildlife living within the structure of their property. Some people only find out when an animal dies, and they get an awful smell in the home that progressively gets worse each day. Trying to locate a dead animal can be a tricky task. Allow us to handle it for you.
Our dead animal removal technicians are trained and equipped to use their experience and knowledge to locate the dead animal. Once found, the dead animal can be safely removed with the least amount of damage and repair needed to the home.
Dead animals that are not accessible or down between walls may need to be cut out. Therefore, drywall repairs and decontamination may be warranted. Should this be the case, our technicians will be able to remove the dead animal, decontaminate, and do a full repair and secure the access area. Call us for help as soon as you are aware of a dead animal on your property.