Tampa Florida Dead
Rat and Animal Removal

find the body, stop the smell, stop rats
expert rodent removal from attic in FL

dead animal in attic pic

Dead Rat In Attic - search and rescue
New Port Ritchey, Deltona, St. Pete, Saint Petersburg

Trapping Problems Animals Photos Service Prices Links About Us Contact Us
Tampa, Florida, FL Animal Pest Control
rats in Tampa
rats in attic
rat control
pest control in Tampa
problem exterminators
how to get rid of rats & mice
poison for rats & mice
removing dead rat
how to kill rats
prevent animal problem
rodents in attic
mouse | mice control
get out rodents Clearwater
Tampa Wildlife
Hillsborough & Pinellas County
Florida critter
pest control
remove animal in attic
St. Petersburg animal trapper
rat trapping
get rid of squirrels in attic
tile roof critter problems
catch raccoons in attic
raccoon removal
animal digging up holes in lawn
squirrel control
animal scratching in wall
animal control in Tampa
Brandon raccoon control
how to trap armadillo
opossum in attic
animal under home crawlspace
Brandon Fl trapping company
 Florida Animal Control, FL
St. Pete animal chewing damage
Florida bats
Tampa bat colony control
Clearwater bat removal & exclusion
snake removal
bats in Sarasota
dead animal removal
help for controlling critters
animal droppings
squirrel feces
attic clean decontamination
Sarasota FL bat removal
pigeon removal prevention
Tampa bird problem trapping
pigeon control
Bradenton bat service
Tampa Critter Removal | Animal Control
go back to main rat control page
Removing Dead Rats From The Home
Dead rat in the attic is a common pest problem. Most dead rat in attic jobs result from the use of poison to solve the problem. The other most common causes for rats dying in the attic are the homeowner does repair work at the entry points of the house without trapping the animals simulatenously; and if the homeowner has a long-standing rat problem, eventually rats will die in the attic.

The pictures here represent common dead rat removal scenarios. Tampa, FL rat problems are common. When a rat is dead in the attic, it can die anywhere and to find the carcas means relying on scent and following flies and other insects to the body.

Here is a photo of a rat dead next to some poison-colored droppings. This is the number cause of lost dead rats in the attic.

Finding a dead rat in the attic is no easy task, and no one can guarantee successful removal every time. The scent of a dead animal is hard to detect from the attic. It usually smells stronger inside the home than up in the attic ... this is the mystery of air circulation and smell.

Here's a picture of a dead rat being removed from above the dry-wall ceiling in Tampa, Florida. This was a tricky find.
The rat here electrocuted itself from chewing the wires of a dish washer. Rats usually stay up in the attic. When rats are seen or evidence of rats is seen in the home, it usually involves the kitchen.

2008 Wildlife Patrol, Inc.   |  (813) 579-5709   |   critterproof@gmail.com   |  Licensed & Insured   |  Tampa Florida Dead Rat Removal