A: Depending on the season it could take a very long time for the smell of any dead animal to go away. In the summer a dead animal can smell very strong for a few weeks and then start to get better. In the winter the smell might not be as bad but could last for months. In either case it is important to get the dead animal removed professionally. The smell can be dangerous for someone with respiratory problems and any ecto-parasites that were living on the animal need to be exterminated. Atlanta Wildlife Solutions, LLC will remove the dead animal, exterminate the ecto-parasites and deodorize to reduce the smell.
A: Yes. Atlanta Wildlife Solutions, LLCl can locate and remove a dead animal from a wall. We have video cameras that can go into the wall and locate the dead animal.
A: When an animal dies in the attic the foul smell can make a home or business unusable for a long period of time. The dead animal will breed bacteria and mold, which can cause illness in humans and pets. Any ecto-parasites that were living on the animal will no longer need that host and will seek out a new prey. Alanta Wildlife Solutions will exterminate the ecto-parasites, disinfect for mold and bacteria, and deodorize to reduce the foul smell.
A: Yes. When an animal dies a foul smell will take over the home. The dead animal needs to be removed to get rid of the smell.
A: Dead raccoons, dead squirrels, dead rats, dead mice, dead opossums, dead bats and dead lizards are the most common animals found while doing a dead animal removal in an attic.
A: Dead raccoons, dead squirrels, dead rats, dead mice, dead opossums, dead foxes, dead coyotes, dead feral cats and dead armadillos are the most common animals found while doing a dead animal removal under a home.
A: Yes. A dead animal will harvest bacteria and mold, have ecto-parasites like fleas and ticks, and produce a very strong foul smell. The dead animal needs to be removed, disinfected and deodorized to get rid of the smell, mold and bacteria. The ecto-parasites then need to be exterminated before they find a new host.
A: The ectopic-parasites that once lived on the dead animal can no longer use that host and will seek out a new one. These ectopic-parasites can transmit diseases and become a pest that needs to be exterminated. Some examples of ectopic-parasites are fleas which can transmit typhus, ticks which can transmit lime disease, mites which can cause scabies and lice which can cause hair loss.
A: It is very possible. The opossum is one of the largest carriers of the cat flea. When an opossum dies the fleas need a new host and a house pet is a desired choice.
A: Yes. Atlanta Wildlife Solutions will remove any animal that has died from your property.
A: Yes. Atlanta Wildlife Solutions, LLC animal removal will remove any dead livestock from a farm or property.
A: Yes. We understand it can be an emotional time when a family pet dies. Whether is a family dog, cat or horse, Atlanta Wildlife Solutions LLC will be discrete and remove the dead pet properly.
A: Yes. When an animal lives inside an attic or underneath a home they will create holes in the a/c ductwork. It is very common to find a dead animal inside the a/c ductwork.
A: When flies are found flying all over a house, it is usually a sign that there is a dead animal in the attic or in a wall.
A: There are many reasons that an animal would die in an attic. A common reason is that the animal ate poison that was put up in an attic. Atlanta Wildlife Solutions, LLC does not put poison in the attic. Rats will sometimes kill and eat each other. Some animals will just die of old age.
A: The city will usually remove the road kill for free. If the area you live in does not provide this service then call Atlanta Widlife Solutions, LLC for options in removing road kill.
A: Once the dead animal is removed, then a trapping session may be needed to remove any other animals that might be in the attic. When the trapping session is completed then Atlanta Wildlife Solutions, LLC will do a full exclusion on your home. Any areas the animal was getting in your home or could possibly get into your home will be closed off. If the dead animal was a rat or mouse then rodent control may be necessary.
A: First we locate and remove the dead animal. We then spray for ectopic-parasites, disinfect for mold and bacteria, and then deodorize to reduce the foul smell.
A: There are many different types of entry points an animal can get into a home. Atlanta Wildlife Solutions, LLC will find where the animal entry points are located and can perform a full home exclusion to close off all areas/