Local Owners: Mike and Lois Gorman
We are proud to be new members of the DoodyCalls family. When we found DoodyCalls we thought the match was perfect! We love dogs and have been very involved with rescues and dog showing!
Mike has been a greenskeeper, golf professional, and most recently an IT professional. Lois has been an office manager, human resources manager, and a stay at home mother. We have lived in the Sacramento area for the past 20 years. Our children have been lucky enough to grow up here and go to the local schools. We have been involved in showing dogs for 11 years and are active in the local English Setter Rescue.
Through DoodyCalls we hope to provide our clients with additional free time and spotless yards to enjoy year-round! Our service is professional, affordable, and friendly. We greatly value and appreciate all of our clients and always go out of our way to make them happy. We stand by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee no questions asked. If you are ever not satisfied with a cleaning we will re-clean your yard within 24 hours. We provide our service to residential households, home owners associations (HOAs), condominiums, parks, play grounds and more. We want to keep all of Pacer clean one scoop at a time!
Thank you for visiting our page and we look forward to having the opportunity to show you the quality service we provide. We want to be your super duper pooper scoopers. We look forward to helping you keep your yard clean, safe, and healthy. After all, we are proud to be #1 at the business of #2.
Our residential service makes your life easier and removes the one part of dog ownership you want to do without—scooping the poop! Our professional technicians are uniformed, insured, friendly, and love animals. We come to your home in a clearly marked vehicle so that you will always know who is in your yard. We remove the waste from your yard on a recurring schedule, to help keep your family and yard safe and clean from the effects of pet waste. Pet waste contains bacteria that are harmful to humans and other animals. Along with the pooper scooper service we can also provide deodorizing services and brown spot treatment. Our technicians sanitize their tools after every job.
Starting as low as $12 per cleaning, our pooper scooper service takes away the burden of pet waste management and makes your life more enjoyable. DoodyCalls helps our clients have more quality time with their family and pets. We are YOUR super duper pooper scoopers!
We also provide community service to facilities such as apartments, homeowner associations, condominiums and parks. We can create personalized plans with property managers to suit specific needs for any type of property. From common area cleanings, to pet waste stations we have you covered. As part of this service we sell, install and maintain pet waste stations. If you already have a pet waste station, we also sell supplies and dog waste bags at low prices. DoodyCalls is the national leader in managing pet waste for communities.
Rates starting at just $12/cleaning! Our rates are based on yard size, the number of dogs you have, and the frequency of service.Call 1-800-DoodyCalls (366-3922) for a free quote over the phone or check prices yourself using our online sign-up tool!
Pre-payment discounts – 5% off for 6 months, and 10% for 12 months.
Discounts for Dog Rescue Facilities available on an individual basis.
Senior discounts available based on service.
DoodyCalls pooper scooper service offers pet waste management solutions for residential and commercial accounts in the following Cities and Counties in the Sacramento area:
Placer County: is known as the fastest growing county in California. Placer County was formed as a county in April of 1851 during the gold rush. Placer County started as a gold mining area in the 1880s, but after that turned into a farming community and timber harvesting working with the Southern Pacific Railroad. The county is 1,506 square miles and has a healthy economy and good schools.
Granite Bay: recognized as Granite Bay in 1987. Located on the north shore of Folsom Lake. The community is known to have great schools, a low crime rate, and numerous recreational opportunities. Contains some of the Sacramento areas finest and most exclusive homes. Home of Granite Bay Country Club. Part of the unincorporated area of Placer County.
Roseville: is the largest city in Placer County. Has a wide variety of businesses which include technology, healthcare, agriculture, financial services and others. Roseville is proud of its many recreational facilities, golf courses and fine educational programs. This makes it a wonderful place to live and raise a family. Roseville grew up as a railroad center.
Rocklin: is growing very rapidly and now vies with Roseville for the position of largest city in Placer County. Rocklin was known as another railroad town which grew into a granite mining center. Boosting a rated school system, and safe neighborhoods.
Sunset Whitney Ranch: this community is separate zip code within Rocklin. It is home to the Sunset Whitney Country Club.
Loomis: at one time was a one-man town, John Loomis ran everything in the town, post office, railroad station, express office and the saloon. The town grew to be the second largest fruit shipping station in Placer County. The town was facing annexation by Rocklin but chose to incorporate as a township in 1984. They are proud to hold onto their small town atmosphere.
Newcastle: began as a mining town founded in 1800, but developed with Loomis its neighbor into a fruit growing and processing area. It is in the Sierra foothills. Still boosting a small town atmosphere that is very family friendly. Part of the unincorporated area of Placer County.
Penryn: started in late 1864 as a granite quarry owned by a Welsh immigrant. A railroad siding was soon built to support the quarry. This lead to the addition of stores, saloons, and a post office. The town was officially named Penryn in May of 1871. It has a small town atmosphere and is nestled in the Sierra Foothills. Part of the unincorporated area of Placer County.
Lincoln: was incorporated as a city in 1890. Lincoln is purported to be one of the fastest growing cities in California and reports that business is booming. It won an award as All American City in 2006 given by the National Civic League. One of the predominate businesses in the city is Gladding, McBean & Co, a famous pottery manufacturer. It is also the home of the Thunder Valley Casino. Lincoln boosts homes ranging from large ranches to small neighborhoods.
El Dorado Hills: Running along the US50 corridor in El Dorado County, heading into the Sierra’s is El Dorado Hills. With its small town atmosphere and many amenities it is home to families looking for the slower pace with which to raise their children. It boasts excellent schools, many large and small community parks and pools and a variety of recreation for old and young. Homes range from the starter to the multimillion dollar range in a private community with a world-class golf course.
Cameron Park: can be found in the Sierra foothills on the way to Lake Tahoe in El Dorado County. It boasts breathtaking views of both the mountains and the Sacramento Valley. The weather is generally mild but the occasional snow storm makes life exciting. Many have moved here to experience the small town atmosphere with a bent toward country living. Less than an hour's drive from Sacramento or Lake Tahoe makes this an ideal place to live close to exciting recreation experiences and great entertainment.
Folsom: is just east of Sacramento on the American river. A larger bedroom community, Folsom has seen tremendous growth in housing and commercial businesses. Businesses flock to Folsom because of its location and commitment to the people living and working there. Folsom boasts Folsom Lake Community College part of the Los Rios Community College System and a soon-to-be-opened theater arts center for community access and world class performers. It has an extensive bike riding path and many parks for outdoor recreation.