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>>
That’s why we’ve created the Doody-Free Water Project – a special initiative by the team at DoodyCalls to build a movement for pet waste pickup across America.
The Doody-Free Water Project works with communities to raise awareness about the environmental impact of pet waste and expand public access to pet waste bags in cities and towns nationwide. As part of our 2014 action plan, we are donating 250,000 dog waste bags to local parks and greenways in need.