Dead Animal Odor Control and Removal

Unfortunately there are times when the wildlife problem people have is dead animals on their property or in their home. If you find yourself in this situation, remember that the animal will need to be removed and disposed of properly.

The best way to approach this issue is to contact professionals. Here at Wildlife Solutions Inc. we are a paid animal removal service. We are trained in the proper sanitation and disposal protocol. Dead animals can carry many diseases and can potentially put your health at risk if mishandled. Do not attempt any contact with the carcass. Contact us right away to handle it for you.

Most of these animals are covered with parasites like ticks, fleas, mites with all these microorganisms potentially able to carry and transmit disease. The odor also makes the process feel impossible as well. 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.

How do you know there is a dead animal in your home?

The most common indication of a dead animal on your property or in your home is odor. Dead animals cause incredibly foul, strong odor. The level of odor you will face is determined by the size of the animal, the level of airflow, humidity and temperature. If the animal has died in your home or attic, you may see stains appear on the ceilings or walls along with the odor. Another indicator is an odor from the fireplace. We frequently get calls from people reporting odor filling up their family room to later find out that a bird or squirrel was stuck in the chimney. You may see flies or other insects congregating over an area in your yard or other live animals ready to feed.

Dead Animal Challenges In Homes

Most of the time if an animal is dying in your home, it will go to an area that is secluded. This can make it hard to get to them afterward for removal. The last thing you want is to be fighting to reach them surrounded by the odor of the carcass. It can be hazardous as well as frustrating.

Our team is prepared to locate and remove them no matter where they have died. We have the proper tools to effectively retrieve them. Another challenge to consider is the possibility that the dead animal is not alone or that the smell will attract other pests. We are able to determine how the animal made its way into your home and use exclusion techniques to keep more from entering. We will also sanitize the area where the carcass was located.