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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>>

“When Doody Calls called, we answered! The local owners are terrific. Any business that makes life easier for local dog owners—and does so in a professional eco-friendly manner –is a friend of ours.”
- Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA

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Tails Magazine: June 28, 2013 Scooping poop will never be fun, but these 10 tips should make cleaning the yard a little bit easier: 1. Get the right tools for the job The world’s best pooper scoopers have at least three tools in hand for every job: A rake, a lobby dust pan, and a trash READ MORE>>

“When Doody Calls called, we answered! The local owners are terrific. Any business that makes life easier for local dog owners—and does so in a professional eco-friendly manner –is a friend of ours.”
- Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA