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Dog owners take note: Contrary to popular belief, doggie deposits do not make for good fertilizer – quite the opposite in fact. Leaving pet waste on the ground or concentrating it in one specific area of the yard can seriously harm soil quality and also presents a number of potential human health hazards to families READ MORE>>

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SF Examiner

The San Francisco Examiner: April 17, 2014 When doody calls, it’s time to find a waste bag. That awareness of picking up after one’s pet is what a Peninsula-based pet waste removal company is hoping to encourage by taking part in a national campaign to distribute bags to dog parks, including those in San Francisco. As READ MORE>>

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Houston

The Houston Chronicle: April 11, 2014 Houstonians have the chance to vie for hundreds of thousands of free dog poop bags by nominating the city’s worst offending poo parks. Pet waste clean up company DoodyCalls has launched a website where people all across the country can shout loud about their worst offending areas. The parks with READ MORE>>

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Americans love their dogs. By recent figures, there are now upwards of 84 million taking up residence in the United States today and annualized collective spending on our furry loved ones eclipsed $55 billion in 2013. For the baby boomer generation, having a dog in the home is particularly treasured. These pets provide a special READ MORE>>

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Sac Press

Sacramento Press: April 9, 2014 DoodyCalls, a nationwide pet waste removal company, is spearheading the Doody-Free Water Project with the aim of donating 250,000 pet waste bags to California parks and greenways—and instead of deciding blind what locations will receive the bags, they’re asking residents to weigh in on where pet waste bags are needed to READ MORE>>

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MetroBoston: April 6, 2014 The Doody-Free Water Project, a new initiative that aims to keep Massachusetts’ waterways clean, will soon place thousands of free dog waste bags at the entrances of Boston-area green spaces, and organizers want residents to weigh in. “The least pleasant part of owning an animal is picking up after it, but we READ MORE>>

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