San Diego Dead Animal removal
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If the Dead Animal is on your property, the City of San Diego will not remove the dead animal.
If the dead animal is a public area call 858 694 7000
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Speedy Animal Control works hard to bring peace of mind to both our customers and wildlife. Our San Diego Dead Animal & Wildlife Pick Up and Removal Program is TOP NOTCH! We perform many kinds of wild animal trapping services such as: Animal Trapping, Control and Removal, to dead animal pick up, animal exclusions, repairs, and odor removal. Please check out our Services page for more details. Our Dead Animal & Wildlife Pick Up & Removal Specialists cover most San Diego Cities and Counties including, but not limited to: Alpine, Aviara, Balboa Park, Bayho, Bay Park, Blossom Valley, Bonita, Bostonia, Cardiff By the Sea, Carlsbad, Casa de Oro, Chula Vista, Coronado, Crest, Del Mar, Cuyamaca, De Luz, Del Mar, Downtown San Diego, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Eucalyptus Hills, Fairbanks Ranch, Fallbrook, Flinn Springs, Granite Hills, Greater San Diego Area, Harbison Canyon, Hillcrest, Imperial Beach, Kensington, La Mesa, La Presa, Lake Murray, La Jolla, La Mesa, Lakeside, Lemon Grove, Leucadia, Little Italy, Mira Mesa, Mission Beach, Mount Helix, National City, North Park, Ocean Beach, Oceanside, Olivenhain, Pacific Beach, Poway, Ramona, Rancho San Diego, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Penasquitos, Rancho Santa Fe, San Carlos, San Diego, San Diego Country Estates, San Marcos, Santee, Scripps Ranch, Solana Beach, Spring Valley, Sunset Cliffs, Talmadge, Tierra del Sol, Tierrasanta, Vista, Winter Gardens.
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Animals Decay in three stages:
Stage One: The animal dies and gives off a slight odor.
Stage Two: The gasses form with in the
carcass, expanding the body cavity. During this time of expansion, it seems like
the smell has finally gone away. But don't celebrate yet!
Stage Three: The body bursts from all the built up gasses, causing an
even larger stench. This has to be the worst stage. Its at this stage that flies
are attracted. From here mother nature and all her insects take over. The odor
life cycle varies, depending on the size of the animal.
If you have a bad odor coming from your crawlspace, attic, or wall, you may need Our Top Notch San Diego Dead Animal Removal Team to get you out of a stinky situation.
Repairs may be needed to keep those pesky animals out, and are available for and additional fee. Your Damage Control Specialist will advise accordingly. These wild animals contain parasites, diseases, and pose health risks. When these wild animals take up residence in your homes they often urinate and defecate everywhere. This can cause major health risks. Removal of these wild animals must be done, and should only be performed by Trained-Licensed Professionals.
Rates of Decomposition
Reasons for Concern: The primary concern with dead animals, is of course, the odor. When an animal dies in the attic, wall, or under the house, it will naturally start to decay. When this happens, it gives off a foul smell which will be slight at first, then grow with intensity over time.
The intensity of the smell differs by many factors: Animal Type and Size, location, and Time & Temperature.
Animal Type and Size: All animals have Different rates of decomposition. The odors associated with them vary also. A larger animal means more decaying flesh, which means a stronger odor. For example; A dead skunk or raccoon will take longer to decompose and have a stronger odor than a dead mouse.
Location of Carcass: This plays a big part in the way our olfactory senses (noses) pick up the odors. Say for instance, the animal dies under the house next to a foundation vent, you will have more odor seeping to the outside of the house than you have entering it. If it dies in an area with poor ventilation, it will come up through floor boards, through the walls etc. If it happens to die in the attic, the insulation may reduce the odor trailing in through the ceiling. However, if no insulation is present, the smell can spread throughout the whole house.
Time and Temperature: How long the animal has been dead and the temperature in its surrounding area will attribute to how foul and how fast the decomposition will occur. The hotter the surrounding temperature, the faster the state of decomposition. The cooler, the slower. At first the odor will appear weak, then depending on its time and temperature and location it will increase.
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