Tag: Dog Waste

Poop Problems With Pets – Even When Doody Calls

We’re not only in the business of cleaning up after your pet and ensuring your property is clean and safe, we also want the very best for all of our four-legged friends. Even when we’re in the business of picking up after our precious pets, we can’t always be there to witness every one of...Read More

Volunteers Pick up After Dogs at Seal Point Park

San Mateo Patch: September 30, 2016 Picking up dog poop may not be anyone’s idea of how to spend a lovely fall day, but that’s just what Rick and Paulette Nava had in mind when they volunteered at the Coastal and Bay Clean Up Day to clean up Seal Point Park. Rick and his wife...Read More

EPA Says Dog Poop is an Environmental Hazard on Par with Pesticides

Man’s best friend has a dirty little secret, and the Environmental Protection Agency is concerned. The agency estimates that just 2-3 days’ worth waste from only 100 dogs can contribute enough bacteria to temporarily close a bay and all watershed areas to swimming or shell fishing within 20 miles. As Earth Day draws near, please...Read More

DoodyCalls Volunteering for Charlotte Earth Day Cleanup  

Press Release: March 31, 2016 It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. Armed with rakes, shovels, and bags Ramon and Dee Dee Constante, owners of Charlotte based DoodyCalls, will be cleaning up the Fourth Ward Park Saturday, April 23rd as part of this year’s Earth Day/Community Day. Ramon and Dee Dee Constante,...Read More

Homeowners: 3 Ways to Protect Your Yard from Pet Waste

As pet owners, keeping your lawn green, clean and free of unpleasant smells, is a constant battle. With over 15 years in the pet waste management experience, DoodyCalls understands that the struggle is real; that’s why we would like to share with you helpful information from the lawn care experts. Consulting with both Dr. Steve...Read More

Winter Poses Special Challenges for Dog Waste Cleanup

DC Outlook: February 16, 2016 From our friends at DoodyCalls… For many dog owners, cleaning up after their dogs during the cold winter months is a challenge, when yards often are wet, icy and often covered with snow. Then comes spring, and they are faced with the huge task of dealing with so many accumulated...Read More
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