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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

Charlottesville CEO Finds Success in an Unlikely Industry

Virginia Council of CEO’s: February 20, 2017 Jacob D’Aniello is a Kenmore, New York, native and UVA grad who is also a trailblazer. D’Aniello realized from a young age that a successful business venture must be built on a naturally recurring revenue model, so he created a thriving business in an unlikely and untapped industry:...Read More

Iraq Veteran Now Targets Pet Waste In Southeast Massachusetts

Franchising USA Magazine: December 2016 Paul Delaney is a military veteran with an unusual career. He cleans up after dogs in Southeastern Massachusetts. Delaney owns a DoodyCalls franchise, the nation’s leading commercial and residential pet waste management service. He and his wife Angela were one of the company’s first franchisees. As a proud member of...Read More

Pet waste business picks up in spring

 Grand Rapids Business Journal: April 8, 2016 Dave Hunt says he is “number one in the number two business.” Hunt is the master of a job so dirty, few people actually believe him when he announces what he does for a living. “We pick up dog poop for people,” he tells them. “What do you...Read More
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