LiveScience: The Poop Problem: What To Do With 10 Million Tons of Dog Waste (Op-Ed)

When I was a kid walking the family dog, I never once thought about picking up her poop. It wasn't something people did in the 1960s and '70s — perhaps because the plastic bags that now overflow our kitchen cabinets had yet to be invented. Today, cleaning up after your dog is the urban norm, so...

The Houston Chronicle: Hate dog poo in your Houston park? National contest could help clean it up

Houstonians have the chance to vie for hundreds of thousands of free dog poop bags by nominating the city's worst offending poo parks. Pet waste clean up company DoodyCalls has launched a website where people all across the country can shout loud about their worst offending areas. The parks with the most complaints will receive the gift of bags...

The San Francisco Examiner: Campaign seeks to eliminate pet waste in dog parks

When doody calls, it’s time to find a waste bag. That awareness of picking up after one’s pet is what a Peninsula-based pet waste removal company is hoping to encourage by taking part in a national campaign to distribute bags to dog parks, including those in San Francisco.

The Philadelphia Inquirer: The scoop on poop: Facts and fiction about animal waste

This month kicked off with ‘International Pooper Scooper Week on April 1 and will end with a similarly themed weekly ahem celebration: National Scoop the Poop Week. To commemorate both - and that daily ritual for pet parents - we separate the fact from the fiction about disposing pet poop.

Tails Magazine: Businesses Giving Back: The Doody-Free Water Project

We all know that unscooped poop is annoying, but did you know that it is also a huge environmental hazard? In communities throughout the nation, dog waste is seeping into water supplies and contaminating everything in its wake...

SF Bay Guardian: Less Fido Mess

Professional pooper-scooper company DoodyCalls has launched a contest to award Northern California parks and public spaces 250,000 free "doggie bags" for owners to clean up after their pets. Titling it the Doody Free Water Project, the company wants to build a movement to help keep contaminating waste out of run-off water. E. Coli no more!

San Mateo County Times: DoodyCalls participating in national campaign to keep dog waste out of local waterways

DoodyCalls in San Carlos, a pet waste removal and disposal service owned by Paulette and Rick Nava, is participating in a national campaign to keep dog waste out of local waterways by raising awareness about the impact the waste has on the environment.

Birmingham News: Red flags mean dog poop, and thats no joke in the Highland Park neighborhood

Birmingham News Joey Kennedy May 12, 2014 Give the members of Highland Park FIDO (Friends in Dog Ownership) a thumbs up for their effort to focus their neighborhood on a real problem: Dog poop. No, it might not be something people want to think about or talk about, but it is an issue people need

Inside NoVA: DoodyCalls sets sights on Northern Virginia dog poop

With sights set on raising awareness about the importance of pet waste pickup and expanding public access to pet waste bags, the new initiative is donating 250,000 pet waste bags to local dog parks and greenways across America in 2014, with Northern Virginia selected as a key focus area for the campaign.

Huffington Post: Apparently, More Than One Artist Is Bedazzling Dog Poo In New York City

The Huffington Post Inae Oh 05/20/2014 Decorated dog feces is apparently emerging as a new art form in Brooklyn and sparking a bit of a power struggle over who rightfully owns the peculiar medium. The turf war began yesterday after Instagram user Tom Dixon spotted a number of gold glitter-covered dog turds adorning