PICTURED HERE IS A DEAD ANIMAL AND DEER CARCASS REMOVAL SPECIALIST, TYLER PHILLIPS, AT WORK IN COLUMBUS, OHIO - JUNE 15, 2021 - Tyler Phillips, who works for the Cottom's Wildlife Removal company and he knows how to find dead animals in houses and roofs. Tyler is an expert at safely removing dead deer from yards and properties, dead mice from walls, dead bats and bird from roofs and dead raccoons from attics. When cities and municipalities in Ohio can not remove dead deer for their residents, CWR oftens gets a phone call and gives the assignment to Mr. Phillips. He drives hundreds of miles every week with dead deer and wildlife carcasses in the back of a CWR deer removal truck. He always uses respiratory protection when taking away and disposing of animal carcasses. His favorite facepiece respirator is an N95 filtering facepiece respirator. He uses this respirator when he is exposed to dead animal carcasses, dead bats, dead skunks, dead raccoons, dead squirrels, dead fox (red and grey), dead domestic live stock, dead dogs, dead cats, dead livestock, dead birds and dead mice in buildings. Tyler is a stickler for safe work practices and animal handling procedures. He takes precautions to prevent being infected by rabies and other diseases associated with dead animals. Tyler wears puncture resistant and water proof medical grade nitrile gloves, waterproof boots and protective eyewear when he picks up and removes dead animal carcasses for Ohio homeowners and businesses. When blood or other bodily fluids are present, he wears a Tyvek® suit when disposing of animal carcasses to help ensure a safe environment.

PICTURED HERE IS A DEAD ANIMAL AND DEER CARCASS REMOVAL SPECIALIST, TYLER PHILLIPS, AT WORK IN COLUMBUS, OHIO – JUNE 15, 2021 – Tyler Phillips, who works for the Cottom’s Wildlife Removal company and he knows how to find dead animals in houses and roofs. Tyler is an expert at safely removing dead deer from yards and properties, dead mice from walls, dead bats and bird from roofs and dead raccoons from attics. When cities and municipalities in Ohio can not remove dead deer for their residents, CWR oftens gets a phone call and gives the assignment to Mr. Phillips. He drives hundreds of miles every week with dead deer and wildlife carcasses in the back of a CWR deer removal truck. He always uses respiratory protection when taking away and disposing of animal carcasses. His favorite facepiece respirator is an N95 filtering facepiece respirator. He uses this respirator when he is exposed to dead animal carcasses, dead bats, dead skunks, dead raccoons, dead squirrels, dead fox (red and grey), dead domestic live stock, dead dogs, dead cats, dead livestock, dead birds and dead mice in buildings. Tyler is a stickler for safe work practices and animal handling procedures. He takes precautions to prevent being infected by rabies and other diseases associated with dead animals. Tyler wears puncture resistant and water proof medical grade nitrile gloves, waterproof boots and protective eyewear when he picks up and removes dead animal carcasses for Ohio homeowners and businesses. When blood or other bodily fluids are present, he wears a Tyvek® suit when disposing of animal carcasses to help ensure a safe environment.