Most Florida homeowners know very well that when they encounter a wild animal on their property, it is best to reach out to licensed professionals for assistance in getting rid of the critter. Often, when an animal no longer lives, some of us would take matters into our own hands by disposing of the animal in the garbage or burying it in our backyard. However, removing a dead animal is not always as simple as that. When you do find yourself in this situation, call for professional assistance as well.
A dead animal no longer seems to be a threat to most since they can no longer attack, scratch, bite or run away. Some would simply wear gloves, pick up the animal carcass, place it in a garbage bag, and put it straight into the trash can. While this is sometimes acceptable especially when you find a small dead critter in your backyard, there’s more work needed aside from just finding ways to dispose of the body.