How a Little Litter Can Lead to a lot of Waste

This article is provided by the experts at DoodyCalls, the nation’s 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. How a Little Litter

Beautification of Pet Waste Station Areas: A Simple Way to Increase Usage

This article is provided by the experts at DoodyCalls, the nation’s 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. Beautification of Pet Waste

Prime Real Estate For Pet Waste Stations

This article is provided by the experts at DoodyCalls, the nation’s 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. Prime Real Estate For

The Real Scoop on Dog Poop

In America, we love our dogs. By recent figures, there are now upwards of 84 million taking up residence in the United States today and annualized collective spending on our furry loved ones surpassed $55 billion 2013 alone. But despite our undying affection for Fido, we still don’t enjoy dealing with the waste he leaves behind.

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:

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.

Planning For Pet Waste In Your Community

Community managers take note: The waste resident pooches leave behind is more than just a gross and unsightly nuisance – it is an environmental pollutant and a human health hazard. When left unattended, pet waste is a detriment to local soil and water quality, and also presents a number of potential health dangers to families and their pets.