Department of Health:Health FAQs
If there has been no contact with the animal by humans or pets, the dead animal can be either buried or double-bagged and disposed of in the garbage. Please call the Dutchess County Department of Health at (845) 486-3400 for specific instructions regarding the handling of the dead animal (such as wearing gloves) and the depth to which it should be buried.
City of Austin - FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Solid Waste Services collects dead animals from the public rights of way and will collect a dead animal placed at the curb. For more information, check www.cityofaustin.org/sws/animal.htm ; or call 3-1-1 or e-mail http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/sws/sws_info.cfm
FAQ's : Tredyffrin Township
Contact either the Township Animal Control Officer or the Chester County Department of Health. (610) 644-3221, email@example.com. Go to Animal Control page.
Tomcat || Mole FAQ
Moles typically die underground and naturally decompose. If you find one on the surface, simply wrap it in newspaper and place it into your garbage can. Wash hands thoroughly afterwards. (Back to top)
Forsyth County > Animal Control > Frequently Asked Questions
If it is on a road and inside the County, call 896-7014. If it is inside the City of Winston-Salem, call 727-2638. They will only pick up dead animals out of the road. If it is a pet, you can take it to the landfill. Back to Top The owner of any dog or cat must obtain a registration for such animals within sixty (60) days after the dog or cat is acquired. New residents shall have sixty (60) days to register any dog or cat. Back to Top
Pandemic Flu Frequently Asked Questions - Fairfax County, Vi...
At the present time, we do not have the highly-pathogenic avian influenza in our birds in the United States. It's always best to avoid contact with any dead animal. If possible, leave the dead bird where you found it and let nature take its course.
Bird Flu -- Frequently Asked Questions - ADHS
State and federal departments of agriculture are routinely testing chickens for evidence of infection with the H5N1 avian flu and other poultry diseases. State and federal wildlife officials are testing wild waterfowl, such as wild ducks and geese, and shorebirds, such as plovers and sandpipers, for the Asian bird flu in only select areas of the state. Wildlife officials are NOT accepting backyard dead wild birds for testing for bird flu virus.
USGS National Wildlife Health Center - Frequently Asked Ques...
There is no evidence to indicate you can be infected with WNV by handling a sick or dead animal. However, there are a number of other potential infections that could result from handling an animal. To protect yourself from any such exposure, it is recommended to wear gloves or to put a plastic bag over your hand before touching the animal and to wash your hands with soap and water immediately afterward.
City of Soledad - Frequently Asked Questions
No. Our staff does not enter private property for dead animal removal, nor can they attend to injured animals.
Nothing. Baby birds on the ground are not abandoned they are simply learning to fly and their mother knows where they are. Other animals like baby rabbits left in a nest are left alone for a reason. The mother doesn't visit the nest often during the day to avoid calling attention to it from predators. Never approach a injured adult, as they may be extremely dangerous. The best thing you can do for any wild animal is leave it where you find it.
Town of Windham, Maine Official Web Site
Answer: For animals, please call Jim Cook the animal Control Officer at 892-2525. For Deer or moose please call Public Works at 892-1909. We will continue to add to this list as needed. Hopefully, this is a good start to answering your questions.
Springfield Township FAQ
If it is a township maintained road, call the Highway Dept. at 330-733-3213. If it is a county or state maintained road, call as listed above.
Welcome to the City of Brea, California
The City of Brea contracts with the County of Orange for animal control services. Dead animals can be reported by calling Animal Control at (714) 935-6848. Who do I call about flies, rats and mosquitoes?The County of Orange Vector Control Agency handles all calls regarding fly, rat, and mosquito infestations. The number to call is (714) 971-2421.
Storm Drains: Frequently Ask Questions
You may contact the City of Redwood City and we will contact, report and follow up with the San Mateo County Humane Society or you can contact the Humane Society directly by calling (650) 340-8200. For more information on the Peninsula Humane Society visit: http://www.peninsulahumanesociety.org Private property issues can be directed to the Redwood City Code Enforcement Department by calling (650) 780-7354
RMAD - FAQ Companion Animals
Dead animals should be removed from the road in order to prevent them from attracting scavengers, who may also be killed by vehicles. Many communities have carcass removal services. Look in the Yellow Pages under “Animal Carcass Removal.” You may also call your local humane society’s animal control officers to pick up the body. If the city doesn’t have a humane society, contact the police department.
United Wildlife Control - Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we will pick up dead or injured animals. However, we do charge fees for any animals removed or picked up.
Town of Sharon, MA - Frequently Asked Questions
The Department of Public Works handles all dead animals found on the streets of Sharon. 781-784-1525. Dead wild animals found on personal property is the responsibility of the homeowner. Using a shovel, the animal may be placed in a plastic bag and disposed of in the trash or removed to a wooded area abutting you. Domestic animals found dead on your property should be called in to the Animal Control Department for removal and identification.
If you observe an animal that has been struck, call the Virginia Department of Transportation at 1-800-367-ROAD to arrange removal.
If you observe that a dead animal that has been struck but the animal is on the side of the road, contact the Prince William County Litter Crew at 703-792-6666 to arrange removal. Unfortunately, due to the lack of budget and human resources, the Council is unable to service the City of Manassas and Manassas Park. The county does not remove these items. It is the responsibility of the property owner to arrange for removal and proper disposal.
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
If you find a dead deer on your property, phone the Municipal Clerks office (973-345-8100 ext. 100) or the Police Department (973-345-8111). Any other dead animal is the responsibility of the property owner to remove.