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By recent estimates,  there are now more than 84 million dogs taking up residence in the United States today.  Collectively,  these pooches deposit upwards of 62.7 million lbs of waste every day and 22.9 trillion lbs of waste every year  –  the vast majority of which is left sitting in backyards across America.
Unbeknownst to many,  dog poop is more than just a gross an unsightly mess with a penchant for ruining your day (and shoes)  –  it’s an environmental pollutant and a human health hazard.  When left unscooped,  waste sitting in backyards eventually breaks down and washes into the water supply,  polluting our rivers,  streams,  creeks and other local waterways.
Founded by the team at DoodyCalls, the Doody-Free Water Project works with communities to raise awareness about the environmental impact of pet waste;  to centralize pet waste related news,  resources and information from around the web;  and to expand public access to pet waste bags in cities and towns across the United States.


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Dog waste impacts everyone

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Dog Owners

Did you know that the average dog deposits 275 lbs of poop every year? As unpleasant and time consuming as dealing with your pup’s waste may be, picking it up is an important
neighborly responsibility held by all dog owners.



Don’t have a dog, but still have issues
with the waste sometimes? Managing pet waste takes an entire community –
and you can make a difference in yours. Here’s what you need to know to start curbing dog poop issues in your


Community Managers

Do you manage a community that allows dogs? Then chances are you have pet waste issues. If not addressed, wayward doggie deposits can quickly become a major point of conflict amongst neighbors. Here’s how to plan for pet waste in your community.


Public Officials

Did you know that 2-3 days worth of poop from a population of 100 dogs can contribute enough bacteria to temporarily close a bay and all watershed areas within 20 miles to swimming and shell fishing? Be a champion of pet waste for your constituents.



The Doody-Free Water Project is brought to you by DoodyCalls

Scooping over 10 million doggy deposits every year,  DoodyCalls is the nation’s leading pet waste management service for homeowners and their communities. For every scooping service purchased,  DoodyCalls donates 25 pet waste bags to your community.


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