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February, 2019 DC Outlook

January, 2019 Charleston SC DoodyCalls

Kyle Coker, Clarleston DoodyCalls Offers Free Service to those Impacted by Federal Government ShutdownWith few signs that the current federal government shutdown is on its last legs, Kyle Coker, owner of the Charleston DoodyCalls pet waste removal franchise, wants to help. He is offering to clean his current customer’s yards free, for two months, if...Read More

December, 2018 Julie Dickens Talks to Star Local Media

McKinney resident Julie Dickens does it all. The dance studio owner, while prepping for her winter recital, also owns her McKinney DoodyCalls franchise, which does the dirty work for pet owners with trained crews ready to clear up residents’ yards. Dickens previously worked in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Baylor All Saints Hospital...Read More

November 13, 2018 Dallas Patch

To help parents with NICU babies,  Julie Dickens of McKinney offering to clean up their yards free for two weeks. Julie Dickens of McKinney knows first-hand the pressure families are under when their newborn requires a longer stay in the hospital. For five years the Dallas-area entrepreneur worked in the neonatal intensive care unit, or...Read More

San Mateo poop-scoopers also help protect police K9s from bullets

Franchising USA Magazine: September, 2017 When Rick and Paulette Nava started looking for a service franchise to buy ten years ago, they were looking for more than just a business opportunity – they also wanted to be able to help their San Mateo, CA community. Reading about a New Jersey DoodyCalls franchise whose owners were...Read More

How to Keep Your Dog from Destroying the Environment

Lifehacker: September 26, 2017 Dogs are humans’ best friends, immeasurable bringers of joy to all around them and the only good content left on the internet. They’re also a huge strain on the environment. Yes, I am here to be the total bummer to tell you that those good boys and girls and loveable fur...Read More
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