Dead Wildlife Removal

Birmingham Dead Wildlife Removal

Let Us Do the Dirty Work

Finding a dead animal on your property is a terrible surprise. They are messy, smelly, upsetting, and can attract other nuisance animals to your home, including carrion birds and coyotes. DixieLand Critter Gitter LLC can help you dispose of the dead animal, clean up and sanitize, and keep your home or commercial property animal-free.

We are owned and operated by a local father-daughter team, and we are licensed, bonded, and insured in Alabama. With 30 years of experience behind us, we have the skill and expertise to get the job done. Make sure you take a look at our comprehensive small wildlife removal as well as our bat removal services.

For same-day dead wildlife removal and disposal, contact DixieLand Critter Gitter LLC online or call (205) 628-8756.

Why do Dead Animals End up on Your Property

There are several reasons why you may find a dead animal on your property. Older or injured animals may crawl under a deck or patio and die, while other animals may drag a carcass onto your property. You may even find dead rodents and other small animals inside your building’s walls or attic.

This is particularly the case when you are leaving out poison bait for rodents and other pests. Regardless of why it is there, you want the dead animal removed right away.

At DixieLand Critter Gitter LLC, we have removed dead animals from:

  • Residential homes and garages
  • Cars, buses, and other vehicles
  • Commercial properties
  • Schools and libraries
  • Retail stores and grocery stores
  • Municipal buildings

Our Birmingham dead wildlife removal company works hard to provide the best services possible. We stay up-to-date with the latest developments in methods and materials, and we only use safe, humane products. We can remove any sized animal, including mice, rats, gophers, squirrels, raccoons, bats, birds, and more.

What Should I Do With A Dead Animal On My Property?

Animals die everyday. Some animals will quietly die in the wilderness, while other may come in contact with some sort of poison. But, what do you do when an animal ends up dead on your property?

If the animal is small, like a bird or squirrel, you can slide it into an empty trash bag and place the trash bag in your outdoor trash. If the animal is larger, it isn't as easy as sliding it into a trash bag. You shouldn't touch a large dead animal either, while it's not overtly dangerous, it is better to err on the side of caution. You'll need to call our professional dead wildlife removal services to come and help you in this situation.

If you think you have a dead animal on you property, but can't seem to find it, below are a few ways to check and see if you do in fact have a dead animal that needs to be dealt with.

Signs you May Have Dead Animals Nearby:

  • Use Your Pets - 
    If you own a pet, often times they will be able to find a dead animal before you can. Dogs are able to notice the slightest smell of decomposition and locate the decaying animal for you.
  • New Pests Show Up - 
    If there is a dead animal on your property, chances are that some new pests are going to show up. Flies, ants and even maggots love decomposing dead animals. If you notice the amount of flies or ant trails has gone up, you may have a dead animal on your property.
  • Sniff it Out - 
    One of the first signs of a dead animal on your property is the unmistakable smell of an animal decomposing. If you notice this smell on your propertly, make sure to give us a call to help remove the animal from your premises.

Our Dead Animal Disposal Services

If you find a dead animal on your property, you should never just ignore it. It is also important that you work with a professional dead wildlife removal specialist instead of removing the carcass yourself. Removing a dead animal from your property is not as straightforward as it seems.

Depending on the level of decomposition, the job can be messy. There are also contamination issues to consider, especially if the dead animal is inside your walls, attic, crawlspace, or other interior space.

When removing a dead animal, we will:

  • Fully inspect the affected area
  • Remove the carcass
  • Utilize enzyme treatments when necessary
  • Thoroughly clean and sanitize
  • Deodorize
  • Replace insulation

You must remember that an animal carcass has the potential to contaminate your property and spread disease. The decomposing animal attracts flies and other pests, which then spread germs and other contaminants everywhere they land. DixieLand Critter Gitter LLC can help you keep your home clean and healthy. Make sure to read some of our reviews!

To learn more about our dead wildlife removal services in Birmingham, contact us at (205) 628-8756. We are trustworthy, reliable, and honest.

Why Choose DixieLand Critter Gitter?

  • Alabama Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
  • Available After Hours and Emergency Services
  • Customized Solutions for Control or Removal
  • Over 30+ Years of Experience
  • Family Owned and Operated
  • No Long Term Commitment or Contract

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  • “True professionals” - Lisa H.
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  • “Would recommend to anyone with raccoon issues!” - Scott W.
  • “Mr. David and his daughter are very thorough and honest!” - George O.