Peoria Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Peoria - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Peoria! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Peoria, IL. However clean and tidy you keep your kitchen and how securely you store your food waste, from time to time many homeowners will actually find those little black pellets of rodent feces around the property. It can be an alarming time, so having a friendly, compassionate and professional company to call can make a real difference to how comfortable you are with the experience. Our advisers can give you practical advice and guidance and what you can do yourself, while they can also arrange one of our technicians to visit your home and resolve the problem for you. We are a reputable wildlife removal company that has been dealing with the removal of mammals and reptiles from homes and businesses across the area for several years. Our thorough examination of your property by the technician will really identify where the animals are active and how they are moving around your home. Our expertise will allow us to efficiently plan a strategy to deal with the infestation, and we can also provide a full cleaning and sanitization service, as well as being able to repair any damage caused by the animals. Call us now at 309-481-4104 for your Peoria wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Peoria and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

We never use poisons! We don't handle insects.

Fully Illinois licensed and insured.

Complete removal of squirrels in the attic

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Peoria snake removal and prevention.

Peoria bird control services.

Call us any time to discuss your wildlife problem!

Our Service Range

Peoria Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Common Reasons Why Illinois Animals Ended Up Dead Inside the House

Once the Peoria winter season comes, there are animals that will retreat to comfortable and warm areas to protect them from the cold. Our house would be an excellent candidate. They will be very persistent in getting an access to our houses and they will not think about their escape route. They can end up trapped in some spaces and they may die from starvation if they won’t be able to escape. When a decaying scent permeates all over your house, the source can be a dead animal that is trapped in the obscure spaces.

How the Animals Died in the House

There are different reasons why Illinois animals will ended up dead inside our house. This can be related with the improper removal method or due to the swelling of population. When dealing with the dead animals, be sure that you are equipped with the protected gears to stay away from any health risks.


If the Peoria food source cannot accommodate the population of animals, then it is highly likely for the animals to die. This is a common issue for rodents with an incredible ability to multiply such as rats and mice. For the animals that are going through hibernation, they can also die if they failed to store enough body fats. Death is also imminent for the baby animals that have been orphaned. Young animals will normally be dependent to their mother for survival. Make sure that there are no babies in the nest when performing exclusion.


In case you choose to use Illinois poison to get rid of the infestation, expect that there will be dead animals in your house. We discourage our clients from using this method since this will not resolve the problem. On top of that, dealing with a dead body can be cumbersome. You will have to find ways to properly dispose the dead body. In some cases, retrieving the dead body will not be possible and you will have to endure the suffocating scent of the dead animal for more than a month.


Territorial fights are common in the den of the Illinois wild creatures. Being territorial is an innate behavior of most wild animals. They will have to fight with their rivals in order to establish their dominance. Unfortunately, there are instance when the animals will die during the fight. Understand that the fight will only end should the other animal will choose to run from their enemy or in some instances when the animal dies. Even on the off chance that they only received an injury, they can also be vulnerable on the attacks of the predators due to the injury.

Finally, it is also possible for the disease to spread especially during a full blown Peoria infestation. Once you notice the symptoms of disease on the dead animal, avoid interacting with them. You should allow the professional to dispose their body. They should also disinfect your place to eliminate the fungus and bacteria that can cause diseases. You need to advice your kids and pets to stay away from the dead animal since they can be infected with the disease.