Keeping common areas clean is an important piece of the pet waste puzzle
While pet waste stations go a long ways towards curbing community pet waste issues, there will still be residents who fail pick up after their dog. With this in mind, occasional full-fledged common area cleanings are highly recommended for all communities.
Staying ahead of the accumulation is critical. Once the amount of unscooped dog poop reaches a certain level, other dog owners soon follow suit and begin leaving their pets’ waste on the ground too. When this happens, community managers start receiving complaint calls.
Based on our experience helping thousands of communities keep pet waste at bay, we recommend twice-yearly sweeps at the very minimum: once in the spring, another in the fall. Many communities, however, choose to have DoodyCalls provide common area cleanings on a monthly or every other month basis.
How it works is simple: When you request a common area cleaning, DoodyCalls technicians will patrol paths, playgrounds, pool areas and other designated areas – any place dogs “do their business” – scooping up all pet waste and removing all loose trash we come across.
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