Dead Deer Removal

Your Dead Deer Removal Specialists in NJ

Dead deerdead-deer-removal-nj-300x200 will stink, so a foul odor is usually the first sign that there is possibly a dead animal on your New Jersey premises. When an animal is sick or wounded, its first instinct is to find a place to hide. Where do they hide? Usually underneath your home or somewhere that they can hide. Time to call the dead deer removal specialists.

Our certified wildlife specialists and animal removal technicians in the NJ area will remove any dead deer carcasses from your property so you do not have to see it or smell a dead animal odor anymore. 

No matter how disturbing the situation, New Jersey Animal and Pest Control Specialists in New Jersey will fix your animal-related problems and get rid of the distinct dead animal odor.

3 Things You Need To Know About Dead Deer Removal

If you have roadkill, and need to remove it quickly – don’t panic. Dead animals like deer might have ended up outside your home because of a road accident or other hazardous circumstance. The good news is that dead animals can be removed effectively with just a few simple pieces of equipment. Here’s how…

1. Enlisting the services of an expert

You can enlist the services of a dead deer removal company to rectify the problem. Remember – larger animals like moose and deer should not be lifted up yourself. Professionals will have special equipment to remove the dead animal, and will hose down the area afterwards, often with a bleach or ammonia-based product. They will often scoop up the animal using special clothing to protect themselves, and will use gloves, and headgear so that they don’t have to smell the deer. You may have to use the services of a removal company if the dead deer is on your property, or in your yard, as government staff will often only remove the animal if it is in the road. These professionals will be able to deal with the problem, regardless of whether the animal has started to decompose.

2. Contacting local government

If a deer has died in the middle of the road, you will be able to call your local animal control center to deal with the problem. Find out the right department of your local government to contact and explain to them where the accident has occurred. You will be able to find out further details on their website or by phoning them directly. You may also want to ask how long it will take for them to remove the animal.

3. The importance of acting fast

Remember, a dead deer can begin to decay quickly after it has died, and will often produce an undesirable odor. How long the deer will take to start decomposing will depend on various factors, such as the weather (the process can take longer if the weather is cooler). If the deer has been dead for a prolonged period of time, the animal might attract vultures, which can be a nuisance if they congregate close to your property.

These birds can even roost on the roof of your property until the animal has been consumed. Other problems can include foxes, rats, crows, insects, and other animals. Therefore, you will need to act promptly as soon as you discover the dead animal.

If an animal has died on your property and you do not wish to dispose of it yourself due to health concerns or other reasons, New Jersey Animal and Pest Control Specialists can remove it for you and dispose of it in a proper manner, for a service fee.

Once the dead animal removal process is complete New Jersey Animal and Pest Control Specialists can apply a special odor digesting enzyme to the affected area that helps control and remove the odor.

Charges for dead animal removal from within a structure can vary depending upon the difficulty of removal. When you contact New Jersey Animal and Pest Control Specialists for dead animal removal service please describe your problem in detail, and we will explain our pricing and service.

Give us a call today for a FREE estimate at 973-388-9126!