How we work
Pencil us in
Schedule your service online or by phone. We offer one-time, twice weekly, and weekly scoops.
We do our thing
Our trained technicians will come remove pet waste from your yard. All hassle-free to you.
Get out & enjoy
Spend your time on the stuff that matters, like enjoying your clean yard with the whole family
DoodyCalls of Middlesex County, NJ
Local Owners:Mark and Lynn Midtgaard
“I am so grateful DoodyCalls exists – they think about dog poop so I don’t have to!”
We measure success by the yard
Mark (I) previously worked as an IT professional. With the full support of my lovely wife, Lynne, I started our DoodyCalls business. Being a lover of animals, the outdoors and having a strong work ethic, joining the premier pet waste disposal business was a perfect match for us.
The goal of our franchise is to provide an affordable, quality service to our clients which in turn allows them to enjoy more of their private time by giving them more free time to do the things they enjoy doing. We provide service to residential households, home owners associations (HOAs), condominiums, parks, play grounds and more. If you are looking for pet waste stations, station supplies, or reliable service of your existing pet waste stations you have come to the right place as well!
Thank you for visiting our page and we look forward to having the opportunity to show you the quality service we provide.
Our Residential Service is thorough, affordable and professional. Along with scooping lawns, we also service kennels, decks, patios and garden areas. We also provide Deodorizing and Brown Spot Lawn treatment. Service is provided by friendly, uniformed and fully licensed technicians that arrive at your house in an easily recognizable, branded truck. All service is 100% guaranteed.
Our Commercial Service is provided in support of Home Owner Associations(HOAs), Town House/Condominium Associations, Towns, Parks and Playgrounds. Along with pooper scooper service, we can also provide common area light trash cleaning, sell, install and maintain pet waste stations and/or provide service for existing pet waste stations. All service is 100% guaranteed.
Our DoodyCalls pooper scooper service is currently providing pet waste management solutions for residential and commercial accounts in the Middlesex County area with our current focus on the following communities:
Dayton: Located within South Brunswick Township. Dayton is close to the Route 1 corridor and convenient to Princeton. The median age for residents is 34. The public school system is rated above average.
East Brunswick: Well positioned between Philadelphia Pa., Princeton NJ and New York City, East Brunswick has a large commuter population which is aided by the close proximity of major highways such as Route 1 and the New Jersey Turnpike. The town also has a large commuter parking facility and easy access to Commuter Bus lines. Please see the following commuter information link for more details. The state’s first municipal Water Park, Crystal Springs Aquatic Center, can also be found in town. Please see the Crystal Springs website for membership information. East Brunswick also has a top-rated school system with over 90% of graduates going on to higher education. For the golf enthusiast, East Brunswick is home to Tamarack Golf Course, a County-owned and operated par 71 golf course measuring 6,226 yards.
Franklin Park: The town is located within both North Brunswick and South Brunswick Townships in Middlesex County and also within Franklin Township in Somerset County. Route 27 bi-sects the town and is the dividing line between the two counties. In 2008, Franklin Township, which Franklin Park is part of, was ranked Number 5 in Money Magazine’s list of top 100 places to live. Franklin Park’s town history dates back to the early 1700s when it was then known as Six Mile Run. In 1872 the town was renamed to Franklin Park. Good fishing can be found in the nearby Millstone River. Also nearby in Somerset County is the Six Mile Run Reservoir, where you can hike, bike, and enjoy horseback riding and bird watching.
Helmetta: A small borough within Middlesex County measuring less than 1 square mile. The town’s history dates back to the 1880s when it was first formed.
Highland Park: The town’s history dates back to the early 1600s. Located next to the Raritan River, the town was well situated for early settlers. Modern Highland Park is home to a downtown business district or “Main Street” on Route 27, which bisects the town. Please click on the Main Street link for more information. The town is just across the River from Rutgers, The State University. Highland Park is home to two large parks, Donaldson Park and Johnson Park, both on the shores of the Raritan River.
Jamesburg: Located in southern Middlesex County, the town is less than 1 square mile. The town is located near the New Jersey Turnpike which makes the town a great place to live as it can keep its rural appeal while still being accessible to major business hubs. Jamesburg is also the home to Thompson Park which is part of the Middlesex County Park System.
Kendall Park: Located in Southern Middlesex County and is part of the South Brunswick Township. Kendall Park is well situated between the Route 1 and Route 27 corridors and also just north of Princeton.
Milltown: The Borough was incorporated in the late 1800s but the area history dates back to 1769 when the first mill was officially documented in the area. Please see the following link for a more detailed history of Milltown.
Monmouth Junction: Located within South Brunswick Township. Monmouth Junction measures 1.5 square miles. A suburban town located close to Princeton. Mass Transit options such as Amtrak are less than ten miles away.
Monroe Township: Named after the countries fifth president, James Monroe, the town’s history dates back to the late 1600s. The town was officially incorporated in 1838. Dey Farm, a preserved historic farm dating back to the early 1800s with directions and an informational video can be found on the provided link.
New Brunswick: One of the state’s larger cities, New Brunswick has a downtown area offering a variety of shopping and fine dining opportunities. New Brunswick is also the home of The State Theatre and The George Street Playhouse, offering cultural and entertainment options featuring well known entertainers. Well respected and acclaimed educational facilities such as Rutgers, The State University main campus and The University of Medicine and Dentistry are located in New Brunswick.
North Brunswick: A township measuring just over 12 square miles, North Brunswick is located at the crossroads of Routes 130 and 1. For fishing enthusiasts, the Lawrence Brook, a tributary of the Raritan River, runs through the town. Information about the brook can be found at the Lawrence Brook Watershed Partnership link. Farrington Lake also offers great fishing and boating options. Motor boats are not permitted on the lake. DeVry University has a campus located on Route 1 in North Brunswick.
Old Bridge: Measuring 42 square miles, the town borders the Raritan Bay and has major commuter routes, Route 9 and Route 18, running through it. The town has a number of commuter parking options mostly along Route 9. The town is home to a number of activities from boating on the Bay to a town operated ice skating rinkoffering a variety of skating programs for all ages. Old Bridge Township has consistently contended forMoney Magazine’s Best Places to Live.
South River: A borough in Middlesex County measuring just under 3 square miles. South River High School was recognized by New Jersey Magazine in 2008 as one of the top 5 most improved schools in the state. The town has more than 10 parks of various sizes offering a number of outdoor activities. The town has a number of historical sites preserved and the South River Historical and Preservation Society is actively working to preserve the history of South River.
Spotswood: The borough in Middlesex County measures 2.5 square miles. The town was carved out from the southern part of East Brunswick Township and was incorporated in 1908.
Rates and Discounts
Rates starting at just $12/week! Our rates are based on yard size, the number of dogs you have, and the frequency of service.Call 1-800-DoodyCalls (366-3922) for a free quote over the phone or check prices yourself using our online sign-up tool!
- Pre-payment discounts – 5% off for 26 services and 10% for 52 services.
- Discounts for Dog Rescue facilities available on an individual basis.
- Senior discounts available based on service required.