Pet Waste Station Etiquette Guide

For communities with dogs, pet waste stations are a great way to keep the common grounds clear of wayward doggie deposits. In order for stations to have their desired impact, however, they must be regularly serviced and well maintained. Keeping pet waste stations in good working order takes an entire community. Here are some simple tips for both pet owners and non-pet owning residents alike to ensure community stations remain stocked up, emptied out, and in all-around good shape:

7 Tips to Prevent Dog Urine Spots on Your Lawn

If you have a dog, then chances are you also have brown spots on your lawn. This happens because dog urine is rich in nitrogen, which is known to kill grass when concentrated amounts collect over time.

Pet Etiquette Guide: Scoop the Poop

Keeping pet waste off the ground is an important responsibility held by all pet owners. If not addressed, the presence of unattended to waste can quickly become a major point of conflict amongst neighbors. In fact, it happens to be the single-most talked about problem in homeowner association and community manager board meetings across the country.

10 Tips For Tackling Pet Waste

Scooping poop will never be a fun job, but these 10 tips should help make cleaning the yard a little bit easier: The right tools for the job The world’s best pooper scoopers have at least three tools in hand for every job: A rake, a lobby dust pan and a trash bag...

How to Properly Dispose of Pet Waste

Pet waste management is an important tenet of responsible dog ownership. The first step is picking up what your pet leaves behind. The second is making sure it is disposed of properly. A common misconception surrounding pet waste disposal is that Fido or Fluffy’s waste serves as a natural fertilizer and can simply be collected into the garden or flower bed. Dog owners take note: This is not true.

As Spring Weather Arrives, Doody Calls

Spring has sprung, and as the temperature begins to warm, many of us are finding our doors, windows and lawns open once again so that we can enjoy the fresh air. But for dog owners, there is one more task to be completed before firing up the grill and taking advantage of our green grasses – poop scooping duty.

Ten Reasons to Scoop the Poop

If you have a pet, then chances are you have pet waste. As unpleasant and time consuming as pooper scooper duty may be, keeping doggie deposits off the ground is an important responsibility held by every pet owner. Here’s why:

Using A Pet Waste Management Service

In today’s world, time is a precious commodity – and of all of the things on your to-do list, chances are, chores like mowing the lawn, cleaning the house and picking up after the pooch are probably down there towards the bottom. That is why many homeowners today are opting out of the less rewarding moments of daily life and choosing to outsource them instead.

How to Get Your Dog to Go in the Snow

Dogs are creatures of habit – their internal clock tells them when it’s time to go out, they favor certain toys and treats over others, and they even have preferred places to hunker down and do their “business.” But what happens when your pooch wakes up in the morning and steps outside to find his or her yard covered in a blanket of snow? For many dogs, they can’t quite seem to find the right place to “go.”

To Keep Pets Healthy, Keep the Yard Clear of Their Waste

Last year, United States pet owners collectively spent upwards of $27 billion dollars on veterinarian care and over the counter medicines for their furry loved ones.