About Us - Scranton Dead Animal Experts

Scranton 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.

As a company that began as a small startup business, we are proud of our achievements and recognitions we have acquired in the past ten years. We have been acknowledged as the top service provider in the area for more than three years now. We started offering our business to people we know; after delivering the same quality of service and result, we have grown significantly. We are now the preferred partner of the commercial and homeowners who need to deal with a demised creature. Removal of the decaying carcass is tricky and complicated; you need someone with the knowledge and skills to do it. Our people have completed the required hours of training before they are deployed on the job. It is also necessary for them to go on a regular seminar and additional exercise to ensure that they can deliver the latest and effective removal methods. Our people are licensed and covered with liability insurance. After the carcass has been removed, we will place it in a sealed container and prepare it for incineration. We will dispose of it according to the rules by the state. We aim to use the least invasive procedure; however, if we need to cut through your drywall, we will restore it to its previous state after the dead body has been retrieved.