About Us - Philadelphia Dead Animal Experts

Philadelphia dead animal

I have a really good nose! Sure, there's various dead-animal location technology, such as FLIR heat-detection devices that can detect decaying bodies (which are warmer) or corpse-sniffing dogs, but these things aren't always helpful. A lot of animals die in attics, where a dog doesn't help, or ductwork or other places where you can't see heat. The best technology is my nose and my experience! My nose is so good that I can usually detect the species of animal just by the smell! I know animal behavior and architecture so well that I have an excellent instinct about where the carcass lies.

Death is a part of the natural cycle of life; however, a dead wild or domestic animal in your property can present challenges and problems. You are likely unsure what to do if you stumbled upon a dead raccoon, porcupine, rodent, or pets in your yard. You are probably inclined to remove this yourself; however, we discourage you from doing this, especially if you are unsure of the cause of death. You have us to support you in this challenging situation. We are certified by the state to conduct such services. Therefore, you can guarantee that we will do everything in accordance with the regulation. We will be preparing the body for incineration. If you want to say a proper goodbye to your demised pet, we can also arrange their cremation service. Many people will think that it is the state's responsibility to dispose of their dead animals; while this may be true when it is on public property, it will be the landowner's duty to deal with the carcass if it is found in their property. Don't risk exposing yourself to the health risks; with us, you will never have to worry about the possibility of breaking the local ordinances and contaminating the land or water source. Allow us to take this messy job from your hand.