I had to use a chainsaw and 40 wheelbarrows to remove this dead cow.

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I commonly extract dead animal carcasses from homes and property. The very animals that commonly invade houses die inside houses, and when they do, they create a very unpleasant odor as the carcass decays. The successful removal of deceased wildlife definitely requires experience and knowledge of building architecture and animal behavior. I've cut and pried open every nook and cranny imaginable to locate and remove rotting critter bodies. I am the best - I always find the animal, deodorize and decontaminate the area, and seal up the hole I've cut open. If you want to learn more, please read my How To Get Rid of Dead Animals page.

Is It A Bear? Nope, Just A Dead Cow… You know how much I love it when I get a chance to work with new types of animals. It fills me up with so much excitement every time I get a call and the caller mentions the name of an animal I have never encountered before. Just like this one time, I received a series of phone calls reporting a giant dead bear off Route 417 close to the Conway Exit. Being always on the lookout for challenges, I could not wait to get to the site and see the giant bear carcass with my very own eyes.

All the anticipation of seeing the bear evaporated once I reached the site. Imagine my disappointment when being so eager to see the bear, all I got to see was a giant cow carcass which the callers mistook for a bear. And then it all made sense. There was a cow barn close to the place where this cow had died. Oh, why it didn’t occur to me before! My excitement down the drain, I got ready to do a job I have already done a million times. The same old clear the cow carcass out routine.

With bigger animals, the only respite I get is not to have to look for them all over the place. They are too big to go by unnoticed. So, at least in this scenario I didn’t have to sniff around and could jump right to step 2 i.e. getting rid of the carcass. And that is where it gets tough because animals like cows are humongous (as if you didn’t know already).

The only way to do it is to cut up the cow with the help of a chainsaw. I needed 40 wheelbarrows to carry out its parts and ensure that they are disposed of cleanly.

AAAnimal Control is a privately owned wildlife removal and pest control business, located in Orlando Florida. I deal strictly with wild animals including ones that have died inside houses. I am not an extermination company, but a critter removal and control specialist. The above photos are some of the many that I've taken in the field over my years of work. Please email me if you have any questions about the above photographs, or any questions about wildlife problems or dead animal removal issues.

Wildlife Photographs by David     Email me with questions: david@aaanimalcontrol.com     Residential & Commercial     Licensed & Insured