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Cleaning up after kitty: Pet waste removal company expands across the nation

The Daily Progress: January 24, 2011 A Charlottesville-based company has a cleaning solution for cat owners who don’t like to clean up their furry one’s waste. DoodyCalls, a national pet waste removal company, has expanded its services to help cat owners. For a weekly fee starting at $15, company employees will come to a client’s...Read More

Local delivery service cleans up after cats

The San Francisco Chronicle: January 18, 2011 Peninsula cat owners who are squeamish about cleaning out the litter box have reason to rejoice! Bay Area business owners, Rick and Paulette Nava of DoodyCalls have officially extended their pet poop-removal business to include cats. It’s a savvy move considering that felines outnumber their canine counterparts by...Read More

DoodyCalls for Clean Yards in Potomac

Potomac Patch: December 14, 2010 It’s the rare pet owner who will tell you he or she enjoys cleaning up after the dog. That’s especially true if the owner has more than one dog with free rein of the yard. For those pet owners who need a little extra help when it comes to cleaning up...Read More

Pooper scooper’s example doesn’t go to waste

The Washington Post: April 13, 2010 Picture the loveliest, most inviting thing you can imagine: the cool crispness of a bed made with freshly laundered sheets, the warm peach fuzz on a baby’s head, the clink of ice cubes in a cocktail glass as you watch the sun set over the beach. Sadly, this column will...Read More

Former ad executive is now a entre-‘poo’-neur

The Newburyport Daily News: September 15, 2009 his time last year, Plum Island resident Joseph Gliottone was senior vice president of print production at one of the country’s largest advertising agencies in Boston. Today, Gliottone scoops dog poop. After 30 years in the advertising industry, including 61âÑ2 years managing printing for a number of national...Read More

Quirky Pet Businesses Worth Barking About

Forbes Magazine: 11/14/2009 The unemployment rate may be north of 10%, but pet-product makers are booming. According to the National Pet Owners Survey, about 71 million U.S. households, or 62%, owned at least one pet in 2008, up from just 56% in 1988, the first year the survey was conducted. Money lavished on pets has...Read More
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