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Dead Animal Removal

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Dead animal removal from

£105+ VAT Subject to site survey.

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Local Dead Animal Removal 

If you find the remains of a dead animal on your property, it is important to have it removed by a qualified professional. This will ensure that there is no potential for health hazards, and will also help to minimize any disruption or distress caused by the incident.

If you have noticed a pungent smell emanating from under your property, it is likely that you have a dead animal stuck somewhere on your premises. Dead animals can be difficult to locate and remove, but our Forest Group pest controllers are more than equipped to take on the task. We will safely remove the animal from your property and dispose of it in a manner that is respectful to both you and the animal itself.

We will ensure that the body is removed in line with all health and safety regulations. The body will be delivered in a tight, air-sealed plastic bag to the closest incinerator to ensure that no diseases are spread.

How Do You Know If There’s A Dead Animal At Your Property?

A Foul Smell

If you have a dead animal on your property, you can expect an overwhelming smell. As the body decomposes, the smell will become worse. If you can’t dispose of the animal quickly, try to isolate it from other living creatures and keep the area as clean as possible.

Damp Spots

If you have a dead animal in your home, it is important to take action as soon as possible. The decomposing remains will start to liquify, and over time the liquid could soak into your walls or ceiling. This damp spot can cause damage to your property’s structure.


If you have been noticing an uptick in flies around your home, it is likely that there is a dead animal nearby. Flies are attracted to rotting objects, and will lay their eggs on animal remains in order to provide food for the larvae when they hatch. If you are seeing more flies than usual, it might be worth investigating to see if there is a dead animal somewhere on your property.

Dead Animals We Can Help With

Rats & Mice

If you have a dead rat or mouse problem, our team of experts can help. We use specialist equipment to locate and remove the dead animal, ensuring a fast and hygienic service.


If you find a dead fox on your property, it is important to have it removed as soon as possible. Unfortunately, most local councils no longer offer to remove a dead fox, so our expert pest controllers can collect and safely dispose of it for you.


If you find a dead bird in your home, don’t worry – our professional bird removal team can help. We are certified and equipped to remove the bird quickly and hygienically.


If you have a dead squirrel on your property, we can discreetly remove and dispose of it for you. One of our animal removal experts can come at a time convenient to you and remove/decontaminate the area.

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