Tag: DoodyCalls

San Mateo Poop-Scoopers Also Help Protect Police K9s from Bullets

San Mateo Patch: September 21, 2017 When Rick and Paulette Nava started looking for a service franchise to buy ten years ago, they were looking for more than just a business opportunity – they also wanted to be able to help their San Mateo, CA community. Reading about a New Jersey DoodyCalls franchise whose owners...Read More

10 Weird Franchises to Stand Out From The Crowd

Small Business Trends: September 20, 2017 Everyone knows the names of some of the bigger franchises like Burger King and McDonald’s. However, there are lots of other weird franchise ideas if you’re looking to stand out from the crowd. Here’s 10 examples. Some of the weird franchises on our list have great names. This company provides pooper...Read More

DoodyCalls takes tail end of pet jobs

Franchise Times: July 24, 2017 Picture the ideal summertime backyard scene: burgers on the grill, wind chimes clinking in the breeze and you suddenly step in a mound of Bandit’s poop, blasting you out of a blissful trance. Looking around, your little slice of heaven now resembles a war zone. Depending on the size of...Read More

A Company in Charleston Helping Military Veterans Find Work

Fox 24 Charleston: July 10, 2017 CHARLESTON, SC (FOX 24 NEWS NOW) — For many military veterans, transitioning from their military positions to civilian life can be difficult. They have to endure the transition moving from the front lines to the back of the unemployment line. Kyle Coker, owner of Charleston DoodyCalls Pet Waste Removal,...Read More

Couple brings DoodyCalls to Concord, and beyond

Wicked Local Concord: July 7, 2017 “Duty calls” is a term Jack and Rosemary Sheehy know all too well. Both are military veterans, the Navy for Jack and the Air Force for Rosemary. Now, the term that describes the professional lives for this married couple is “doody calls.” Actually, it’s “DoodyCalls,” the name of their...Read More

Cashing in on chores: Local companies thrive doing things others don’t want to do

The Daily Progress: April 22, 2017 Jacob and Susan D’Aniello started Doody Calls as University of Virginia graduates who picked up poo to help pay off student loans. Now, they’ve sold franchises in more than 20 states. “Pet waste sort of checked a lot of the boxes for us and made a lot of sense...Read More
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