Barbecues, Bare Feet and Dog Doo Dont Mix

The dog days of summer are almost here and that means it is time to fire up the grill and enjoy the backyard with family and friends. But for dog owners, there is one more task to be completed before feeling the green grass between their toes - poop scooping duty. Dog waste is more than just a gross and...

Mowing The Lawn? Be Sure to Scoop the Poop First

Time is a precious commodity, and of all of the things on the average homeowner’s to-do list, picking up after the pooch is probably down there towards the bottom. For some, the solution to their pet waste problems is to eradicate the waste by simply chopping it into bits while mowing the lawn. Pet owners, take note: This is not an effective solution.

Doggie Deposits, Far From Fertilizer

Dog owners take note: Contrary to popular belief, doggie deposits do not make for good fertilizer – quite the opposite in fact. Leaving pet waste on the ground or concentrating it in one specific area of the yard can seriously harm soil quality and also presents a number of potential human health hazards to families and their pets.

Dog Waste, An Environmental and Community Health Concern

It is no laughing matter: failing to clean up after a dog can carry a hefty fine and penalties are going up – way up in some areas. The laws a re on the books, and more and more areas are starting to enforce them.

How to Stop Your Dog From Eating His Poop

As pet owners, we want our furry loved ones to be healthy and happy. So when we happen to see Fido taking an interest in eating the waste he has left behind, it is only natural for us to feel concerned and want to do something about it.

Autumn Pet Waste Pickup

Picking up after the pooch: It is an important responsibility held by all pet owners, and not only because dog waste is a gross and unsightly mess. Doggie deposits are an environmental pollutant and a human health hazard. When left unattended, the waste is a detriment to local soil and water quality, and also presents a number of potential health dangers to families and their pets.

Winter Pet Waste Pickup

Picking up after a pet is an unpleasant and time consuming chore that is easily overlooked, especially during the winter months. But doggie deposits are more than just a gross and unsightly nuisance – they are an environmental pollutant and a human health hazard, which means poop scooping duty is an important responsibility held by all pet owners all year round.

Dog Park Etiquette Guide: Have Fun, Be Safe, Scoop the Poop

This article is provided by the experts at DoodyCalls, the nations leading pet waste management service for homeowners and their communities. Scooping more than 10 million doggie deposits every year, DoodyCalls is making the world a better place to live, one scoop at a time. To learn more, visit http://doodycalls.com or call 1-800-366-3922. Dog Park Etiquette Guide:

Pooper Scooper Services: What Questions Should I Ask Before Choosing One?

When it comes to pet waste management, you might be surprised to learn just how many different options you have when choosing the right service to clean up after your pup. After all, it’s just dog poop, right? Not so fast.

Ten Tips For Planning And Building A Dog Park in Your Community

With pet ownership on the rise in the United States, many communities have started introducing special amenities and advertising themselves as “pet friendly” to help attract new buyers and renters.