Category: Community Managers

Dog Poop By the Numbers

Dog Poop Clean Up Calculator for Dog Owners Our mission is to make the world a happier and healthier place for people and pets. One of the ways we make our customers happy is by reducing the time they spend scooping poop so they have more time to do the things they love! You can...Read More

A Dog Poop Clean Up Business is Born

From student loans to picking up poop in yards, this is our pooper scooper story Most people don’t wake up in the morning saying, “You know what? I want to clean up dog poop for a living!” So, I thought it would be fun to tell you how I got started in the dog poop...Read More

Fecal Coliform Bacteria

Fecal coliforms include bacteria that may or may not originate from feces. Measuring for fecal coliforms reveals the overall contamination of water with E. Coli and other pathogens. The presence of fecal coliforms does not always mean that feces are present in the water. When they are, pet waste is often a major contributor to...Read More

Treating and Preventing Lawn Brown Spots (Urine Burns)

7 Tips to Prevent Dog Urine Brown Spots If you have a dog, then your lawn probably has at least a few—and probably more—brown spots. Urine burns. The purpose of this article is to help you understand why urine causes the grass to die and what you can do to reduce the effects of dog...Read More

Giardia Overview

Giardia Spread of Giardia Giardia are parasitic, single-celled organisms called protozoa that live in the small intestine of dogs. Giardia protozoa prevent nutrients from being properly absorbed through the dog’s small intestine. Many dogs carry the infection, but do not display the disease. While these dogs show no symptoms of infection, they are highly contagious....Read More

Toxic Waste

Waste Not, Want Not Leave the Poop-Scooping to the Pros Dog waste is an environmental pollutant. In 1991, it was labeled a non-point source pollutant by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), placing it in the same category as herbicides and insecticides; oil, grease and toxic chemicals; and acid drainage from abandoned mines. Far from Fertilizer...Read More
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