Local Owner: Kyle Coker
We know how life is hectic with the work and family demands we all face each day. The to-do list gets longer and longer. How can you do it all? We are here to help! Let us do the dirty work and make sure you have a clean and healthy backyard for your family.
We look forward to servicing our community in cities and towns in the Charleston, SC area including: Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, Summerville, Goose Creek, Daniel Island, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Awendaw, Hanahan, North Charleston and James Island.
If you don’t see your town or city listed, please call us! We still may be able to service your area.
Our clients receive the most thorough poop-scooping service. We clean kennels and dog runs. We also deodorize decks and patios. All DoodyCalls technicians are well-mannered, professional, and friendly. We love dogs just like you and understand that your life is busy. We are here to make it a little easier.
We offer monthly, weekly, twice-weekly and more, plus one-time cleanings. We will work with you to create the best service plan to suit you and your dog’s needs.
We always sanitize our tools and leave a bright yellow door hanger so you know we visited. We back all of our service with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Give us a try, and you will quickly see the exceptional service of DoodyCalls!
Not only does DoodyCalls of Charleston, SC provide pet waste removal service to residential clients, but we also sell, install and maintain the highest quality pet waste stations for condominiums, homeowner associations (HOAs), parks, and playgrounds. We work closely with property, park and condo managers to create pet waste management plans that fit each property’s needs.
Our commercial pooper scooper and pet waste management services include cleaning common areas, and selling, installing and servicing pet waste stations. We also sell pet waste station bags and supplies. Feel free to explore more about ourcommunity pet waste managed service plans on our website.
Do you already have a pet waste station? We sell low-cost and durable pet waste bags that fit both card and roll-style litterbag dispensers.
Call today for a FREE quote and $20 off your first month of service!
Charleston – is a city rich in history, tradition, and Southern culture. Nearly 4 million visitors a year choose to visit the Charleston area with its excellent accommodations, arts, entertainment and cuisine. Charleston is home to the annual Piccolo Spoleto Festival celebrating art, music and theatre.
Mt. Pleasant – is located directly across the Ravenel Bridge from Charleston. At the heart of Mt. Pleasant is the “old village” which is designated a National Register Historical District. Mt. Pleasant is home to one of the world’s largest naval and maritime museum complexes, Patriot’s Point, which includes the World War II aircraft carrier, the Yorktown.
Summerville – The historic village of Summerville, known as the "Flowertown in the Pines," was once an escape for plantation owners from the mosquito-laden marshes.
Daniel Island – This 4,000-acre master-planned island town is part of the city of Charleston. A distinctive mix of traditional neighborhoods and a growing collection of amenities offer island residents all of the essential components of a community.
Goose Creek – Although the city of Goose Creek was established in 1961, its history dates back many centuries. In early colonial times the term "Goose Creek men" was used for a group of colonists, mostly settled a few miles west of Charleston near a stream called Goose Creek.
Isle of Palms – is a barrier island on the South Carolina coast less than 20 minutes from Charleston. It is home to the world-famous Wild Dunes Resort, which offers the finest in convention facilities with restaurants, a fitness center, tennis courts and two championship golf courses.
Sullivan’s Island – A barrier island just north of Charleston, the city has a long military history of protecting the harbor from invaders. The historic Fort Sumter is close by as well, the location of the first battle that started the Civil War.
Awendaw – The Town of Awendaw was named for the Sewee Indian Tribe that once lived in the area. This bountiful area has been inhabited for more than 4,000 years. The Francis Marion National Forest has helped maintain much of the area and its history.
Hanahan – is well known for having excellent schools, parks, recreation and strong community spirit. Located in the North Area near Charleston, Hanahan has experienced tremendous growth due to its prime location.
North Charleston – is known as the transportation and business center for the lower half of the State of South Carolina. One of the main attractions of this city is the 14,000-seat coliseum, home of the local ice hockey team, the Stingrays, and a 2,250-seat Performing Arts Center.
James Island – is one of South Carolina's most urban Sea Islands and is one of the six distinct areas of the city proper of Charleston, South Carolina. For much of the period before and after the formation of the United States, James Island land was largely agricultural with several plantations making up much of the island. Growth accelerated after WWII and James Island became a suburban bedroom community to Charleston.
Folly Beach – is located about 15 miles south of Charleston and is known as Charleston’s truly original beach playground.