Bloomfield Township MI Pet Waste Removal Services

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Beverly Hills Pet Waste Removal

Animal Waste Management Services Offered in Bloomfield Township Michigan

  • Bloomfield Township dog waste removal

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  • Local dog poop cleaning service

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Local Dog Waste Management Clean Up

 

Dignity Restored With a Dog Doody Bags Discreet Carrier

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What do we do have picking up dog poop? Do we make sure our hands are clean? Clean enough to munch on that apple? Or to take a bite out of that cookie? Or to hold our child's hand?

Chances are great that we do not even think about it. Because we didn't "touch" anything. But did we?

Do we "touch" anything when visiting the toilet? Yet we all wash our hands afterwards. It is only common sense, isn't it? Well it is certainly convenient, the water, soap and towels are right there. Or if in a public facility without water, the hand sanitizer is right there. So it is common sense to clean our hands... Just to make sure. We use soap and water or we use hand sanitizer after using the toilet.

Once we realize the many diseases spread by canine waste, we must of course cleanse our hands after handling it. We know it is the right thing to do. It makes perfect sense, doesn't it? Consider a dog poop bag holder that provides for this necessity and also offers so much more. Enjoy your walk, enjoy the great outdoors with your pet, but please do clean your hands after picking up dog poop.

Dog Waste: The Eco Friendly Pet Waste Solution

  • How to Dispose of Dog Crap?

  • Importance of a Dog Waste Removal Service

  • Do We Clean Our Hands After Picking Up Dog Poop?

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I have four small dogs, none of which weigh over 10 pounds. I am convinced that they produce at least their own weight in waste each and every day. I have tried everything to reduce the amount of feces these miniature fertilizer machines produces in a twenty four hour period, but nothing seems to work. I finally gave up on trying to reduce the amount and instead decided that I needed to find a way to reap the rewards of this obviously god sent bounty.

I had always the heard the crude expression that the grass was greener where the dogs had s---, so I decided to investigate this. It turns out that the expression isn't exactly true. The high nitrogen content of the excrement is not only not right for grass, it actually promotes the growth of many weeds. That explains my yard. I knew it wasn't my fault. However, further research revealed that the dog feces could be mixed with other compost to make an excellent fertilizer for flowers. Problem solved.

I'm not quite at the point of soliciting strangers on the street for their extra dog feces, but I feel a little more satisfied that I'm getting something out of the entire mess. Now when I stoop down with my little plastic bag to clean up after my terrier, I no longer feel a slave of the royal court. I now look at is as taking advantage of the little guys for the benefit of my garden. I'm hoping this green approach to dog waste management will earn me some carbon credits to make up for the pollution my SUV produces.

Dog Waste: The Eco Friendly Pet Waste Solution

  • How to Dispose of Dog Crap?

  • Do We Clean Our Hands After Picking Up Dog Poop?

  • Dignity Restored With a Dog Doody Bags Discreet Carrier

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I have four small dogs, none of which weigh over 10 pounds. I am convinced that they produce at least their own weight in waste each and every day. I have tried everything to reduce the amount of feces these miniature fertilizer machines produces in a twenty four hour period, but nothing seems to work. I finally gave up on trying to reduce the amount and instead decided that I needed to find a way to reap the rewards of this obviously god sent bounty.

I had always the heard the crude expression that the grass was greener where the dogs had s---, so I decided to investigate this. It turns out that the expression isn't exactly true. The high nitrogen content of the excrement is not only not right for grass, it actually promotes the growth of many weeds. That explains my yard. I knew it wasn't my fault. However, further research revealed that the dog feces could be mixed with other compost to make an excellent fertilizer for flowers. Problem solved.

I'm not quite at the point of soliciting strangers on the street for their extra dog feces, but I feel a little more satisfied that I'm getting something out of the entire mess. Now when I stoop down with my little plastic bag to clean up after my terrier, I no longer feel a slave of the royal court. I now look at is as taking advantage of the little guys for the benefit of my garden. I'm hoping this green approach to dog waste management will earn me some carbon credits to make up for the pollution my SUV produces.