Dead Animal Removal

Trusted Dead Animal Removal In Orlando, FL

A wild animal sighting out in the world is an exciting experience and makes for a great story to tell your friends and family. Unfortunately, as residential areas grow, we run into conflict with wildlife more often than we’d prefer. Dead animals are no exception, as most wildlife search for a safe and secluded place to peacefully pass away, which can leave you with animal carcasses in inaccessible areas of your property.
 
Deceased animals are not only an eyesore but can be damaging to your health. They can harbor debilitating diseases, disgusting insects, and release repugnant odors that can affect your quality of life or your property. When faced with an unseemly situation, it is best to leave it up to the professionals.

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The Most Common Places Dead Animals Are Found
Technically, dead animals can be found anywhere, such as streets, lawns, or in buildings, but like most animals, we are all searching for shelter and safety. Animals in distress are no different, as they try to spend their final moments in comfort and seclusion. This leads to many of them being found inside walls, attics, crawlspaces, and even your swimming pool, which can lead to difficult removals without a professional’s help.
 
Dead Animals Can Pose Serious Health Risks
Animal carcasses are not only a gruesome inconvenience to homeowners, but they also pose a severe health risk for you and your pets. As dead animals decompose, bacteria are released and expose those around the corpse to disease-causing pathogens such as Tularemia, Salmonella, and Leptospira. All illnesses that can make you severely sick.
 
Dead animals are also an ecosystem for all types of disease-carrying insects such as flies, ticks, fleas and maggots, leaving you open to E.coli and other terrible illnesses. At the same time, tapeworms and roundworms can invade your body and infect you with numerous parasitic infections. When you find an animal carcass on your property, stay safe, and stay clear. 
 
The Odor
Decomposing animals can begin to smell pretty ripe after a couple of days. While this revolting smell may make you nauseous, it’s highly unlikely that it will physically harm you. Unfortunately, dead animals can leave an impression with an odor that can last for days or even weeks if not properly cleaned. These smells can be difficult to remove and can quickly make your home unbearable.
 
 
Take Your Dead Animal Out of The Ring For Good
 
When it comes to protecting your home, don’t let dead animals make you throw in the towel. Locally Owned and operated by WCW Tag Team Champion Sam Roman, Commando Pest Control & Trappers is the one to tag in when you need help removing a dead animal. We take pride in offering our community a championship-level experience with top-notch results, a removal guarantee, and bi-lingual (Spanish) services. While others may provide rookie results, you can sleep well, knowing your pests are pinned by the champion of Orlando Pest Control and Trapping.

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