Killeen Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Killeen - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Killeen! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Killeen, TX. Trying to safely and quickly remove wildlife from your home may not be that easy. You may have no experience in getting rid of animals like skunks, squirrels, or birds, and may genuinely be afraid of them as well. People don't like snakes. It's understandable. It's scary to come in contact with raccoon or a bat. If you have a wildlife animal problem like this, there is no need to be fearful. We are here to assist you in the safe capture and removal of these animals. It doesn't matter if you come across a dead animal in your home or property. We can assist you with that as well. We safely remove dead animals, then sanitize to ensure that no waste products from the animal will pose a risk to you or your family. We understand that you may find a dead raccoon in your garage at 2 AM or that bats are swooping around your house at 3 AM. These kinds of things can be terrifying, so we have a staff that is available to you 24 hours a day. It doesn't matter when you need help, we have technicians on duty and available to assist you. We provide a free written estimate upfront so you know exactly what our cost. You will find that we have competitive pricing, and that we are the best service in the area. We pride ourselves on being the very best in terms of customer service and wildlife removal services. If you have problems, we know how to help you. Call us now at 254-459-4229 for your Killeen wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Killeen and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

Poison-free Killeen rodent control - rats and mice.

Experts in Texas bat removal from buildings.

Killeen raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Killeen dead animal removal inside houses.

Killeen snake removal and prevention.

Bird Removal and Prevention

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Killeen Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Common Reasons Why Raccoons Die While Inside Your Texas Home

Perhaps one of the most identifiable Killeen mammals in the US would be the raccoon. This creature can be found almost in all states except in some parts of Canada and Mexico. The raccoons have successfully adapted in the life in the urban areas. Sadly, their prevalence in the residential communities will also increase the possibility that you may encounter a dead raccoon in your house.

Possible Causes of Raccoons Death in the House

In the case that you encounter a dead raccoon in your Texas house, you should deal with them with extreme cautiousness since you do not know the reason of their death. They may carry parasites and pathogens that can be transmitted to pets and humans.


Just like Killeen humans, raccoons can also acquire diseases. In some instances, this can be too severe that can lead to their death. An animal that died due to sickness will show some symptoms such as bloody discharge. You will need to be careful when dealing with them. If possible, hire the service of the expert. They know how to properly remove and dispose the dead animal that died from sickness. The raccoon with illness will usually die in the obscure areas of your house since they prefer to stay away from their nest. 


Stress actually has an adverse effect on Texas animals and may lead to their death. Raccoons are social creatures and prefer to thrive in a den composed of multiple raccoons. If they won't be able to find a company, they will experience a great deal of stress that may cause their death. They will need the help of their team when they are establishing their nest. A stressed raccoon can die after only a few days.


While they are known to be social Texas creatures, fights may also occur in order to establish dominance and territory. The male raccoon will fight the other for the space and when looking for a potential mate. The fight will continue until one of the raccoon will run away or when one of them dies. They are known to be vicious and identifying the signs of their fight would be relatively easy. If they survive, they can acquire injury that will affect their mobility. This will make them vulnerable against the attack of the predators.


Some people will use poison when trying to eliminate them. It will take a couple of days until they succumbed to death. During this time, they will separate themselves from the other raccoon. They will eventually die in the inconspicuous areas of the house.

Finally, the small Killeen raccoons can die if they have been abandoned by their parents. When performing exclusion, you need to make sure that there will be no baby raccoons that will be left inside the house. Regardless of the location of the dead animal, it is best to stay away from them. Hire the service of the professionals who has the necessary tools, knowledge, and experience to deal with the disposal and preparation of the dead raccoon.