Free Dead Animal Removal - Washtenaw County MI

The city of Ann Arbor offers free dead animal removal services in the case of dead animal carcasses on public land, or dead animals in the roadways. Examples might include roadkill such as deer, or a dead raccoon in a county park. For free government dead animal removal services call:

Washtenaw Metro Dispatch at 734-994-2911

Aside from the city of Ann Arbor animal services or Washtenaw County Animal Control, free dead animal removal is sometimes offered by government agencies that go by names such as public works department, department of transportation, environmental services, division of street maintenance, sanitation department, etc. Don't call the Ann Arbor police department or Ann Arbor SPCA or humane society. Click here for Dead Pet Body Removal in Ann Arbor. Usually you can put dead animal carcasses in refuse containers - aka garbage cans, although sometimes that's frowned upon. I'd do it for smaller animals under 20 lbs for sure though. For larger animals maybe call the sanitation dept. or call the number listed above. The removal of large livestock animals such as a dead horse or dead cow is usually handled by private enterprises. But in all cases in Ann Arbor, if the body is on private property, the removal of dead animals is handled by the citizen or by a private company, such as ours listed below.


dead animal removal If you have a dead animal in your house: If you have a dead animal in your house, such as a dead rat in the wall or a dead raccoon in the attic or a dead skunk under your porch, you can hire us to remove it. We are a private company, not a free service. Call us anytime at 734-256-4394 to schedule an appointment for today!

We are Ann Arbor Dead Animal– a team of fully trained operatives that specialise in the field of removing, preventing, and controlling nuisance wildlife in the Michigan area, with expert knowledge in the removal and sanitation of dead wildlife. It is never pleasant to find a dead animal on your property, and the situation gets a little more daunting when you have absolutely no idea how the animal died. Rodent poisoning? Starvation? A disease that could be passed along to you, your family members, or your pets? Or – worse than that – customers at your business. Live nuisance animals come with their fair share of disease concerns, ranging from rabies to histoplasmosis, and with various potentially deadly conditions thrown in for good measure. Dead animals have the same risks – and maybe even more so, in some cases. Dead animals can still transmit the rabies virus, as well as other biological hazards, which is why it is such a good idea to hire in a team of professionals. We can take care of this job for you! Just give us a call on 734-256-4394 at any time of the day or night to get more information, or to schedule an appointment with one of our friendly, fully-licensed, and properly insured operatives.

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