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The Community Pet Waste Management Guide

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DoodyCalls is committed to helping homeowners and communities nationwide to keep their lawns and common areas clean and safe for families and pets to enjoy. As the subject matter experts on all things related to pet waste, we have created The Pet Waste Management Handbook and The Real Scoop Series to help the residents of your community stay clean, safe and happy!

Sign up below for your copy of The Pet Waste Management Handbook and to receive one complete article from The Real Scoop Series every month by email—all for free, courtesy of DoodyCalls.

The Pet Waste Management Handbook

The Pet Waste Management Handbook is the definitive guide to community pet waste management. The Pet Waste Management Handbook will teach you how to design and implement a comprehensive and effective pet waste management plan.

The Real Scoop Series

The Real Scoop Series is a collection of educational articles designed to educate residents about the importance of keeping pet waste off the ground. These articles are perfect for publishing in community newsletters, new resident packets, community message boards—you name it.

With more than a decade of experience helping communities, homeowner associations, apartment complexes, local governments and municipalities successfully manage pet waste, our expertise has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek and hundreds of other influential news outlets.

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WBAL TV: April 3, 2016 Fred Telmanowski, owner of the DoodyCalls of Harford/Baltimore NE was featured on WBAL-TV 11. On Baltimore‘s morning news, Fred explained the need to pick up pet waste so as to avoid water pollution, the spreading of harmful bacteria, and to deter from attracting rats. DoodyCalls is proud to provide expert pet waste READ MORE>>

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