Dead animal removal from Public Property
High Caliber Wildlife Control
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Dead Animal Removal
It can be quite disruptive when the foul smell of a dead animal fills up your home or property. Such smells can last for several weeks in the summer to several months in the winter. These foul odors can be an irritant for people with respiratory infections & diseases such as COPD and Asthma. Because natural decomposition produces relatively large amounts of heat and fluids; bacteria and mold start to grow at an exponential rate. Not only does the deceased animal need to be removed, but any contaminated areas should be sterilized, neutralized and decontaminated as soon as possible.
Something else to remember is that the rancid smell is not your only concern. Parasites on and within the deceased animal now have to find a new food source. The longer the animal is deceased on your property, in your house or building; the longer any ticks, fleas and other parasites have a chance to locate a new host. So the key to sanitary removal of dead animals is to call sooner than later and not to handle it yourself unless you have the proper personal protective equipment and breathing apparatus with approved filtration cartridges that are necessary for your wild animal removal situation.
There are currently no free deceased animal removal services for private properties in Suffolk County, NY. Your local municipalities will only remove deceased wildlife from public property or roadways (see below). Deceased wildlife removal costs have a wide range mattering mostly on the situation and access to the animal. We do not charge per animal as other companies may, our deceased wildlife removal services start as low as $79.00 per removal. Call us any time at (516) 366-0317 for a free deceased animal removal estimate.
We provide both large and small deceased animal removal services including:
We will remove any species of deceased animal that we are legally allowed from your residence, private property or commercial building. Deceased wildlife found on state, county, town, village or any other public property should be referred to the local municipality who maintains that location. This may include your local parks or highway department. Here are the listings for our local municipal offices.
Please copy & paste or click the associated web address or phone number to the organization you need to contact:
New York Parks Department: (631) 669-1000 or www.parks.ny.gov/regions/long-island/default.aspx
New York Department of Transportation: (631) 904-3050 or www.dot.ny.gov/regional-offices/region10/contacts
Suffolk County Parks Department: (631) 854-4949 or www.suffolkcountyny.gov/Departments/Parks.aspx
Suffolk County Department of Public Works: (631) 852-4010 or www.suffolkcountyny.gov/Departments/PublicWorks/Highways.aspx
Southampton Town Parks & Recreation Department: (631) 728-8585 or www.southamptontownny.gov/353/Parks-Recreation
Southampton Town Highway Department: (631) 728-3600 or www.southamptontownny.gov/201/Highway
Southampton Village Parks Department: (631) 283-2066 or www.southamptonvillage.org/departments.asp?id=14
Southampton Village Highway Department: (631) 283-2025 or www.southamptonvillage.org/departments.asp?id=3
Quogue Village Highway Department: (631) 653-4498 or www.villageofquogueny.gov/highway.cfm
Riverhead Parks & Recreation Department: (631) 727-5744 or www.riverheadrecreation.net/
Riverhead Town Highway Department: (631) 727-5670 or www.townofriverheadny.gov/pView.aspx?id=2477&catid=118
Southold Parks & Recreation Department: (631) 765-5182 or www.southoldtownny.gov/134/Recreation-Department
Southold Highway Department: (631) 765-3140 or www.southoldtownny.gov/110/Highway-Department