Dead Animal Pick Up In Los Angeles

Removing a dead animal removal isn't best job, but it is a needed job. Many of the wild animals I deal with have numerous diseases and die because of them, some get into poisons put out for rats and mice or simply die of old age.


If a large animal (opossum, raccoon, or cat) dies under your home or in your attic it can smell for three to four months. &If it is a rat or a mouse, it can smell for two weeks to a month. Not only will you have a bad odor from a dead animal, but there will also be maggots as well as flies. I get into hot attics, dirty under floors, and sometimes hazardous conditions to sniff out and remove the animal. In additoin, I take the necessary steps to make sure your living quarters are decontaminated, while disposing of the animal in a proper manor. Sometimes I even have so many fleas jumping on me that I need to spray Raid on my hair just to get the dead animal. In the end the customer is elated, and my hair is free of fleas.

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