The city of Birmingham 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:
ACC Birmingham: 205-591-6522
Aside from the city of Birmingham animal services or Jefferson 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 Birmingham police department or Birmingham SPCA or humane society. Click here for Dead Pet Body Removal in Birmingham. 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 Birmingham, 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.
FREE GOVERNMENT SERVICES: 205-591-6522
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 205-304-0661 to schedule an appointment for today!
It doesn’t matter what time of the day or night you call Birmingham Dead Animal, we’ll always have a friendly operative ready to answer the phone, as well as a highly-trained technician to help resolve your problem in as quick a time as possible. We know that having wildlife intruders is not a pleasant experience, nor a stress-free one, but that’s why we’ve made it our aim to make the process as quick and as simple as possible. It starts with an inspection that locates not just live and dead animals on the property, but also pinpoints other areas of concern, such as entry points, latrines, or nesting materials. Once we have a full overview of the problem, we then come up with a plan to resolve it. This includes locating and then removing any live or dead animals, as well as disposing of them, releasing them, or euthanizing them (humanely) afterwards. The previously contaminated area will then be sanitised and decontaminated, with full restoration. If we need to cut out drywall to retrieve dead animals behind it, for example, we will also put the damage right, fully repaired, as good as new. All work comes with a full guarantee, and is completed to a professional standard.
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