We understand that animal hoarding comes from a good place. A love for animals! The problem is that such behavior is dangerous for the occupants of the home, damaging to the physical structure and ultimately harmful to the animals.
Animal hoarding as defined by the Hoarding of Animals Research Consortium:
- Having more than the typical number of companion animals.
- Failing to provide even minimal standards of nutrition, sanitation, shelter, and veterinary care, with this neglect often resulting in illness and death from starvation, spread of infectious disease, and untreated injury or medical condition.
- Denial of the inability to provide this minimum care and the impact of that failure on the animals, the household, and human occupants of the dwelling.
- Persistence, despite this failure, in accumulating and controlling animals.
Most animal hoarding cases require professionals who are trained to handle the special demands of the situation. In extreme hoarding cases, it is important that the remediation of the home be performed by a company with the proper equipment and knowledge required to handle the animal hoarding cleanup process.
Our experts always handle the cleaning process with care, discretion and with no judgement.
Animal Hoarding Cleanup Stages
Please contact our experts to move towards the freedom of a safe and clean home.