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Carrollwood wildlife control tip of the month:
Wow, interesting case. It really sounds like it's Carrollwood animal control suited toward a plumber, not a wildlife removal guy
like me. I've never dealth with such a thing. I do know that dead animals really smell horrible though,
so I'd think you'd have an odor, no? I'd ask plumbers Carrollwood pest control your question, because I have no real good advice to
David: Thanks for the reply, but I think you might know how hard it is to puncture a carcass with a sharp
pick, to make sure it does not slip off when pulling down Carrollwood wildlife removal a pipe. That is the essence of my question. Making
the hook will need a bit of experimenting. The 3-inch PVC cap and maybe a short extension will help keep it
centered and aligned on-bore without catching on the pipe Carrollwood wildlife removal corrugations. I can mark the garden hose to keep
the cap from rotating. The hook can be installed at 12:00 to reach over the carcass, if the pipe is not
totally blocked. I then need the hook to pass over and drop down past the body just Carrollwood animal trapping enough to catch it on
withdrawal. Job done? This should also be useful to drag out any leaves and debris, if the hook is replaced
with a paddle. Second thought, this might be all I need anyway. One tool. A rigid rod should be attached to
the pipe cap, at the top, pointing down stream. This might dislodge accumulated Carrollwood animal trapping debris at the top. Add a hinged
barb of sharpened wire pointing rearward and hinged down, and some kind of springy thingy to push the pointed
barb down, without going too low and catch on the corrugations. I Carrollwood exterminator just this week had a dead squirrel fall from
the utililty pole next to the mailbox. He might take up about 1/5 to 1/4 of the diameter of the drain pipe, max.
Hmmm. Probably patentable, if it did not cost so much. If it Carrollwood exterminator works, I might try anyway.
like a treble hook, are very sharp, and should have no problem puncturing a dead animal.
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