We operate a professional dead animal removal company operating in the San Diego CA area, including the towns of Oceanside, Vista, Carlsbad, Escondido,
San Marcos, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Ramona, Poway, Santee, Lakeside, El Cajon, Spring Valley, Lemon Grove, National City, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach,
and all of San Diego County. We specialize in the humane removal of wild animals from buildings and property. We commonly remove animals from attics,
provide bat control and rat control, and also general wildlife trapping and repair and prevention services. We are fully licensed and insured, and operate
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us at
San Diego Dead Animal Emails:
First of all, get that opening fixed!!! Next, a good pro can usually find and remove a dead animal anywhere. I crawl through the tightest of spots, digging my way though under houses with a hand shovel when necessary.
But if it's totally inaccessible, you might as well endure 5 weeks of stink plus lots of flies if you don't want to break the slate - and breaking the slate doesn't guarantee that you'll find and remove the dead opossum, because they're often in unexpected places. But like I said, I've done hundreds of dead animal removals, and I removed many opossums under bathtubs (they crawl in the gap by the outlet pipe) without destroying the bathroom. It's very hard work and involves squirming under the home and cutting under the tub - not easy or cheap work.
I randomly came across your site while attempting to identify a sort of squirrel-like animal I spotted along a road in Spring Valley earlier today. (It was bigger than a normal squirrel and had a longer tail than a normal squirrel, so...obviously it's some sort of genetically altered, mutant super-squirrel that escaped from a secret lab somewhere and is planning on world domination. Either that, or it's a fox squirrel. But there's just no way to know for sure.)
Anyway, I was about to leave the page but out of morbid curiosity I clicked on your dead animal removal blog link and ended up spending much more time than I planned reading about the intricacies of opossum popping and failed catfish evolution. Just wanted to give you props on the well-written and witty commentary. If we ever move to Orlando, then an animal sneaks into our house, and then said animal dies resulting in a foul-smelling odor, you'll be first on my list to call. Keep up the good work!