A dead animal inside your home is the source of awful smells and, in general, is an unpleasant and unsanitary experience. When it comes to Maryland dead animal removal services, you can always rely on Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control for quick response times and swift resolution. We’ve removed dead animals from homes in Anne Arundel County, Howard County, Montgomery County and many other locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Whether it’s dead animal removal in Ellicott City, Columbia, Bethesda or Annapolis, just give us a call and we’ll be there to help you. Click here for information about Maryland dead deer removal.
Safety Demands Professional Removal
Don’t tackle a dead animal yourself—trust the pros to do the job safely and thoroughly.
A dead animal introduces serious risks to your household. Carcasses often carry diseases, many of which are potentially fatal to pets and people alike. Wildlife carries parasites, to boot. Deer flies and ticks can carry tularemia from carcass to person, and leptospirosis is even more dangerous, causing kidney failure and death when left untreated. Dead animal removal thus needs to be handled with the utmost care. Animals tend to crawl into hard-to-reach places to die, so removal often requires creative problem-solving skills.
Once the carcass has been moved, the area needs to be carefully disinfected. Any lingering odor will also be removed. Of course, not all carcasses are tiny enough to snuggle into your roof or gutter. Deer and other large animals demand specialized handling by wildlife control pros. That’s Mid-Atlantic Wildlife Control. We have experience with the control of live and dead creatures alike. Since every dead animal might be accompanied by 20 live ones, this becomes an important part of the removal process.
How We Can Help With Dead Animal Removal
Responsible removal is a bigger job than you’d think.
Dead animal removal can be a simple job or it could turn into a complicated process. It all depends on how big the animal is, where it died and how long ago. The few common reasons an animal can die inside your house is when it gets stuck or perishes from natural causes. In both cases, it’s not uncommon for animals to crawl into hard-to-reach-places.
Here is what we can do:
- Locate the dead animal inside your home
- Safely remove the animal’s remains
- Sanitize and deodorize the space
- Properly dispose of the dead animal