1. Is it possible for me to remove the deceased dog on my own?
No, it is recommended that you contact a professional with extensive knowledge in the industry and who can effectively perform dead dog removal without causing harm or damage to the deceased.
2. How long will it take to get the deceased dog out of my house?
It usually takes two to four hours to remove the dead dog and clean up the area so that no bacteria, germs, or foul odor remain.
3. How much do you charge for the dead dog removal service?
The price is determined by several factors, including the dog’s breed, the quantity of dirt and filth at your location, the time it takes to clean the area, and so on. Dead Animal Removal London is the city’s most economical dead dog removal service provider, and it prioritizes its clients’ needs.
4. After cleaning, do you sanitize the area?
Yes, we sanitize the area where the dog died, making sure that nothing is left behind and that the area is clear of filth, bacteria, and the foul odor that the carcass produces.
5. Will the odor be removed as well by the dead animal removal service?
Yes, our sanitization and deodorization service eliminates the unpleasant odor from your premises. So, contact Dead Animal Removal London now!