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Giardia Overview

Giardia Spread of Giardia Giardia are parasitic, single-celled organisms called protozoa that live in the small intestine of dogs. Giardia protozoa prevent nutrients from being properly absorbed through the dog’s small intestine. Many dogs carry the infection, but do not display the disease. While these dogs show no symptoms of infection, they are highly contagious....Read More

Toxic Waste

Waste Not, Want Not Leave the Poop-Scooping to the Pros Dog waste is an environmental pollutant. In 1991, it was labeled a non-point source pollutant by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), placing it in the same category as herbicides and insecticides; oil, grease and toxic chemicals; and acid drainage from abandoned mines. Far from Fertilizer...Read More

Stop Your Dog From Eating Poop

Learning About Poop Eating and How to “cure” it At DoodyCalls, we spend a lot of time with our dogs. In fact, our dog Rusty—who looks a whole lot like our mascot Doodle—sleeps right next to me at night. Although hard to wake up in the morning, once he’s up he says hello with a...Read More

BizMonthly September 2019 Pet Waste Threatens the Environment

Who you gonna’ call? While the standard curiosity and wisecracks about such a business have livened up conversations, DoodyCalls is also keenly focused on keeping the environment clean. The Business Monthly, page 10

July 2019 InsideNoVa interviews Ron Cooper and Wayne Cooper of Stafford DoodyCalls

Poop Scoopers Making Messy Yards Spot-Less Keeping a dog’s living space clean is just as important as their overall health.  You’ve got to remove the toxins from the environment.  It’s not healthy to be around. https://bit.ly/33Kx4lH  

July 2019 Maryland Patch Editors

DoodyCalls Helps Local Organizations Improve Waterways DoodyCalls teams up with Anne Arundel County to improve waterways https://patch.com/maryland/crofton/s/gsdbf/doodycalls-helps-local-organizations-improve-waterways
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