Dead Animal Removal Reno, NV

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Welcome to Reno Dead Animal Removal! Got a terrible smell in your house, or do you see a dead critter on your property? We are an animal control company specializing in the removal of dead animals from your home, attic, basement, walls, yard, or any part of your property. You clearly don't want a dead animal in your house. Carcasses attract flies and give off terrible smells, not to mention the potential diseases rotting flesh can cause. Whenever we remove dead animals, we use 100% safe methods and make sure to disinfect your home and get rid of all traces of odor. Click here for Free Roadkill Removal and click here for Dead Pet Body Removal. For deceased wild animals in your home or property, call us anytime at 775-909-4515 to schedule an appointment for today! We come out fast! Some of the services we offer include:

  • Dead Animal Removal
  • Foul Odor Diagnosis
  • Full Property Inspections
  • House Damage Repairs
  • Dead Body Location Services
  • Proper Carcass Disposal
  • Cleanup & Decontamination Services
  • Deodorization Services

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No one will be thrilled at the idea of having a decaying animal inside their house. It will not only be a nuisance; it can also put your family at risk if not removed quickly. Our company has been offering this kind of service for more than a decade. We offer clean and quick removal of the carcass, including the disinfection of the property and deodorizing the place, leaving your house smelling fresh. We are a licensed and certified dead animal removal business composed of well-trained technicians who offer outstanding service at a very reasonable cost. We will also install deterrents and preventive measures that will stop the animal from entering your property. We do not use any harmful chemicals; we use commercial-grade cleaning solutions and deodorizing products. Our services are available 24/7; we understand that you may need our assistance even on weekends and national holidays. All our practices remain in compliance with the state regulations. After removing the dead body, we will discuss the extent of the damage to the owner, and upon their request, we can also provide repair services. If you want to know more about our services, do not hesitate to contact us. Our friendly customer agents are waiting at the end of the line

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What if you found roadkill or a dead animal such as a deer in a public place, and you want the city or Washoe County services to remove it for free? Click here for Free Washoe County Dead Animal Removal services. What if a farm animal like a horse, or your beloved pet dog or pet cat has died and you need the body taken away? Click here for Dead Pet Body Removal.

We are experts in dead animal removal, and take our job seriously. When removing dead animals, we do a COMPLETE job — not only do we remove the dead animal from your home or yard, we also decontaminate the area, deodorize it, and dispose of the animal or cremate it. If you aren't sure whether the stench in your house is due to a rotting carcass or another reason, we can sniff it out with our noses from our years of experience. We remove dead raccoons, dead opossums, dead skunks, dead squirrels, dead birds, even dead dogs and cats. We frequently remove dead rodents from inside walls, because poison kills rats and mice, who die in your house. We completely solve your dead animal problem by taking these steps:

  • Sniff out the dead animal if it is somewhere in your home
  • When necessary, for example if the animal is in a wall or under your house, cut a hole to remove the animal
  • Remove the dead animal, safely and completely (and seal the hole if needed)
  • Finish the job by decontaminating and deodorizing your home
  • Properly dispose of the dead animal through incineration or other means
  • Prevent it from happening again by finding out how they got in your house

Dead animal carcass removal is specialty work. Sometimes the job is simple, such as a dead opossum in the yard, in which case we can simply wear our gloves and respirator mask, bag the carcass, and take it away for incineration. Sometimes this is more complex, such as when the dead animal is under a home crawlspace, under a porch or deck or shed. Or if the animal is larger, such as a dog or a deer. The most complex cases are dead animals inside the house. The animal may have died inside the attic, or down in the walls, or the duct work, or any other part of the architecture. You may have a bad smell in your home, and you're not even sure what's causing it. We've removed not just dead animals, but rotting food, bad mold, etc. We specialize in locating the source of the smell, and we very commonly cut a hole in the ceiling or wall to remove the animal. We remove every bit of the carcass, mop up the juices, vacuum the maggots, spray it and wipe it down with disinfectant, cleaner, and we repair the hole we cut. In some cases we use ozone machines to neutralize odor.

Reno Dead Animal Tip: Why Do Raccoons Die Inside Houses or Attics? How to Remove.

If you’ve ever found a dead raccoon in your home, you might have wondered how they ended up inside? After all, raccoons are sizable creatures, more commonly associated with the great outdoors. However, their size is a critical factor in their deaths. Somehow, they’ve managed to squeeze into a space in which they can’t get themselves out. That’s commonly an attic but could be throughout your home or even the wall cavities. Another factor that’s often not considered is raccoon death after sealing up. If a property has been evicted, raccoons may find themselves locked inside. Raccoons are not renowned for their climbing abilities and so struggle to get out. Without food or water, they’ll inevitably starve, overhead, or suffer dehydration.

Here’s a list of the more common reasons raccoons die inside your house:
Stress: After finding themselves trapped in a location, raccoons are alone. Most often, they thrive in teams, working together to hunt for resources. Devoid of a team, raccoons can rapidly succumb to stress in a matter of days.
Fights: Fights are common in the animal world. Raccoons fight for food or a mate. Typically, there are no serious injuries. However, if one animal is severely injured, they may seek refuge in a house and then die there.
Poisoning: If a raccoon has been poisoned, it may look for a refuge, safe from predators. That could mean an attic or a house, increasing their chance of dying inside.
Abandonment: If a mother raccoon is killed while hunting for food, it is unlikely her offspring will survive. Many will die in their nests, which may be inside your house or attic.
Disease: In the animal world, diseases are a constant threat. Houses offer a safe location with plentiful food. Therefore, many ill raccoons will be attracted to the site.
Relocation: Animals survive based on their knowledge of their environment. When they’re relocated to a new location, they can quickly become lost or disorientated. That may lead them to hunt for food inside houses or attics. When inside, their poor climbing abilities often cause them to become trapped, with no hope of escape.

How to remove a raccoon from your house or attic Humans are used to living till old age. For animals, it’s a harsher world. Raccoons often don’t live past the age of two or three. With high mortality and an attraction to houses, it’s little surprise raccoons often die inside.

But what to do if you suspect a raccoon?
Well, the first sign you will notice is the smell. Over a few days, the smell gradually becomes more pungent until it affects the entire house. That’s when you know there’s a dead animal. Follow the strength of the smell to the carcass. Make sure to check all potential locations. Attics, crawlspaces, outbuildings, under floorboards, and even wall spaces are all places where raccoons can die. Other useful clues include staining on the ceiling or walls and the presence of flies.

Disposing of the raccoon
You will need to cut a hole in the wall to access the raccoon in a worst-case scenario. However, in most situations, you’ll be able to gather up the dead animal without causing any significant damage. Make sure to use heavy-duty plastic bags and always wear gloves and protective equipment. Animals – especially raccoons – are vectors for all manner of diseases. Therefore, be careful. Once you’ve managed to bag up the animal, you’ll need to dispose of the carcass. We advise calling your local animal control authority for advice on disposal. Depending on your location, the regulations may be particularly stringent. Two potential options are burial and burning. However, in dense urban neighborhoods, these may not be applicable. If you do not want to handle the raccoon, there are always professional pest control services. They will have all the necessary equipment required for animal removal and may even dispose of the body. If the animal is stuck in the wall space – but you can extract it from the attic – a specialist may be able to remove it without cutting a hole in your wall.

We service nearby towns such as Reno, Sparks, Incline Village, Spanish Springs, Sun Valley, Gerlach, Washoe City, Cold Springs, Verdi, Crystal Bay, Wadsworth, Nixon, Lemmon Valley-Golden Valley, Sutcliffe,.