Rochester MI Pet Waste Removal Services

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Animal Waste Management Services Offered in Rochester Michigan

  • Rochester dog waste removal

  • Pooper scooper service

  • Dog poop pick up

  • Dog poop clean up company

  • Professional dog poop service

  • Local dog poop cleaning service

  • Pet waste removal service

Local Dog Waste Management Clean Up

 

Dog Waste: The Eco Friendly Pet Waste Solution

the poop guys

Animal feces is most commonly associated with carrying these diseases and parasites:

  • Parvo Virus
  • Whipworms
  • Hookworms
  • Roundworms (ascarids)
  • Giardia
  • Coccidia

Keep Your Neighborhood Clean and Vibrant

You hate seeing other people leave their pet’s poop all over the neighborhood, so why should your backyard be any different? By keeping your yard clean and free of pet waste, you send a clear message to everyone that you are committed to a safe and clean neighborhood for all.

Additionally, you are protecting the environment. That’s right. By having your pet’s waste cleaned up you are doing your part to help the environment. Leaving pet waste out can actually cause it to seep into the ground, contaminating the groundwater. This can mean that your water can be contaminated and no longer safe for drinking. Our pet waste removal team make sure that the poop is cleaned up efficiently and regularly to avoid this problem.

When Should You Call Us For Pet Poop Removal?

If you own a dog or live near wildlife, you should call us. We will come to your home and provide you with a no-obligation, free estimate and evaluation. After we evaluate your property we can give you an estimate on what it will cost to clean up your yard. We will then work with you to develop a schedule that is best for you.

There are also some times when pet waste removal is needed on a case by case basis. Here are some times when you should consider giving us a call for a one time cleaning:

  • Before moving
  • Before you show your home
  • Before holidays
  • Before Parties
  • Before big events at your home
  • Before home inspections

We know that removing your pet’s waste is a hassle and we want to help you make it easier and keep your yard cleaner and you and your pet happier. That’s why you should call us today!

Picking Up Dog Poo Poo - How NOT To Do It!

  • Top Tips For Environmental Dog Feces Disposal

  • Dog Waste: The Eco Friendly Pet Waste Solution

  • Top Tips For Environmental Dog Feces Disposal

the poop guys

In order to train a dog to poop outside, the first lesson a dog owner must learn is to understand the pre-elimination signs. I'll show you the easy pre-elimination warning signs all puppies make as well as 3 easy tips to train a dog to poop outside.

Dog Potty Training - Easier Than You Think

Training a dog to poop outside is easier than you think. So when do you start your dog's potty training? Ideally it should start between 6 and 8 weeks of age. Unfortunately though, puppies at that age have not yet developed the muscular control to succeed.

Training your dog to poop outside requires patience. Commands like "sit", "fetch" or "stay" come very easily to puppies and can be learned within a few days. But potty training takes weeks, sometimes months.

Again, even when outside, it helps to wait and watch for the desired behavior then issue the command. That helps the dog associate the command with the behavior.

If the dog hasn't gone after a few minutes and a few 'Go potty' commands, take it back inside for an hour. Of course, if you spot the pre-elimination behavior in less time, go outside again immediately.

Conclusion

Dogs learn very quickly. Be patient and loving. Punishment is cruel and counter-productive, and nowhere more so than in waste elimination training. Finally, never rub a dog's nose in waste.

Dog Waste and Our Community

  • Importance of a Dog Waste Removal Service

  • Getting Rid Of Dog to Poopie Outside

  • Dog Poop Is Just Plain Nasty (And So Disgusting)!

Detroit

Dog poop disposal is not a very pleasant thing to have to do. I think more people would rather have a root canal than have to reach down and touch that smelly nasty pet waste. OK, maybe not make a visit to the dentist to endure his torture, but I think you get my meaning. Dog waste removal is disgusting and very harmful to our environment, unless you are like the guy, who while working for a certain waste collection company, actually found $58 in some dog poo. Guess that made his job worthwhile (for the moment anyway.) Now this is a dedicated removal service employee. He actually picked the money out of the feces, sanitized it (somehow), and gave it back to the customers he was working for. Now that is a dog poop scooper who is dedicated to his craft. Have to wonder about the friendly pet people who accepted the money though. I mean I am all for the mighty dollar (especially 58 of them), but money that has been sitting in dog poo, think I would have to let that $58 go. Here's an interesting fact, did you know it takes on average, 1000 years for a plastic bag to degrade on its own? The average pet owner uses 14 of these bags per week to clean up after his pet, and there are 77 million dogs in the USA alone. I am not a mathematician now, but that equals a lot of plastic doing harm to our environment, the way I see it. And not to mention the way dog waste contaminates our landfills and raises bacteria levels at our beaches and waterways.

So the question is, what to do with dog poop? You can do like some people and just get a regular plastic bag to put your dogs feces in or maybe be like the more conscientious pet owner and get biodegradable dog poop bags and scoop the poop into them with your pooper scooper and throw it in the trash, causing all sorts of health dangers to yourself, and others, by 23 million fecal coli-formed bacteria. You can call a removal service and let them deal with it, but from my experience, they mostly come out only once a week and I know my dogs go a lot more than that, how about once every 10 minutes (OK, that is only after I feed them a burrito). But daily, I clean up after my guys and I know if a service were to come to your house that often, you better have the name Rockefeller to pay them. I see you getting excited, you are thinking I am finally going to get to the answer about what to do with the dog dooley and how to go about your dog waste clean up. But not yet my friends, remember patience is a virtue.

Another question must be answered first and that is, "what is eco friendly?" These are activities or products that do good for the environment. Sometimes referred to as "green". OK, here is where I answer the question you have all been waiting to hear. How do we stop the pet poop from piling up, if we don't use any of the methods mentioned above? In a perfect world, you would have a organic spray, that when sprayed on your doggie's dung it would dissolve it naturally within minutes before your eyes without harming any lawn or pet. I mean there are no particular binders that hold doo together and poo dissolves on its own when flushed into waste water treatment facilities. And eventually all the components of doggie stuff will undergo decomposition via enzymes such as cellulases and pectinases anyway. So why can't there be a spray out there that speeds up this process? Let me tell you dog owners, the perfect world has arrived!

Dog Waste: The Eco Friendly Pet Waste Solution

the poop guys

Animal feces is most commonly associated with carrying these diseases and parasites:

  • Parvo Virus
  • Whipworms
  • Hookworms
  • Roundworms (ascarids)
  • Giardia
  • Coccidia

Keep Your Neighborhood Clean and Vibrant

You hate seeing other people leave their pet’s poop all over the neighborhood, so why should your backyard be any different? By keeping your yard clean and free of pet waste, you send a clear message to everyone that you are committed to a safe and clean neighborhood for all.

Additionally, you are protecting the environment. That’s right. By having your pet’s waste cleaned up you are doing your part to help the environment. Leaving pet waste out can actually cause it to seep into the ground, contaminating the groundwater. This can mean that your water can be contaminated and no longer safe for drinking. Our pet waste removal team make sure that the poop is cleaned up efficiently and regularly to avoid this problem.

When Should You Call Us For Pet Poop Removal?

If you own a dog or live near wildlife, you should call us. We will come to your home and provide you with a no-obligation, free estimate and evaluation. After we evaluate your property we can give you an estimate on what it will cost to clean up your yard. We will then work with you to develop a schedule that is best for you.

There are also some times when pet waste removal is needed on a case by case basis. Here are some times when you should consider giving us a call for a one time cleaning:

  • Before moving
  • Before you show your home
  • Before holidays
  • Before Parties
  • Before big events at your home
  • Before home inspections

We know that removing your pet’s waste is a hassle and we want to help you make it easier and keep your yard cleaner and you and your pet happier. That’s why you should call us today!

Picking Up Dog Poo Poo - How NOT To Do It!

  • Top Tips For Environmental Dog Feces Disposal

  • Dog Waste: The Eco Friendly Pet Waste Solution

  • Top Tips For Environmental Dog Feces Disposal

the poop guys

In order to train a dog to poop outside, the first lesson a dog owner must learn is to understand the pre-elimination signs. I'll show you the easy pre-elimination warning signs all puppies make as well as 3 easy tips to train a dog to poop outside.

Dog Potty Training - Easier Than You Think

Training a dog to poop outside is easier than you think. So when do you start your dog's potty training? Ideally it should start between 6 and 8 weeks of age. Unfortunately though, puppies at that age have not yet developed the muscular control to succeed.

Training your dog to poop outside requires patience. Commands like "sit", "fetch" or "stay" come very easily to puppies and can be learned within a few days. But potty training takes weeks, sometimes months.

Again, even when outside, it helps to wait and watch for the desired behavior then issue the command. That helps the dog associate the command with the behavior.

If the dog hasn't gone after a few minutes and a few 'Go potty' commands, take it back inside for an hour. Of course, if you spot the pre-elimination behavior in less time, go outside again immediately.

Conclusion

Dogs learn very quickly. Be patient and loving. Punishment is cruel and counter-productive, and nowhere more so than in waste elimination training. Finally, never rub a dog's nose in waste.

Dog Waste and Our Community

  • Importance of a Dog Waste Removal Service

  • Getting Rid Of Dog to Poopie Outside

  • Dog Poop Is Just Plain Nasty (And So Disgusting)!

Detroit

Dog poop disposal is not a very pleasant thing to have to do. I think more people would rather have a root canal than have to reach down and touch that smelly nasty pet waste. OK, maybe not make a visit to the dentist to endure his torture, but I think you get my meaning. Dog waste removal is disgusting and very harmful to our environment, unless you are like the guy, who while working for a certain waste collection company, actually found $58 in some dog poo. Guess that made his job worthwhile (for the moment anyway.) Now this is a dedicated removal service employee. He actually picked the money out of the feces, sanitized it (somehow), and gave it back to the customers he was working for. Now that is a dog poop scooper who is dedicated to his craft. Have to wonder about the friendly pet people who accepted the money though. I mean I am all for the mighty dollar (especially 58 of them), but money that has been sitting in dog poo, think I would have to let that $58 go. Here's an interesting fact, did you know it takes on average, 1000 years for a plastic bag to degrade on its own? The average pet owner uses 14 of these bags per week to clean up after his pet, and there are 77 million dogs in the USA alone. I am not a mathematician now, but that equals a lot of plastic doing harm to our environment, the way I see it. And not to mention the way dog waste contaminates our landfills and raises bacteria levels at our beaches and waterways.

So the question is, what to do with dog poop? You can do like some people and just get a regular plastic bag to put your dogs feces in or maybe be like the more conscientious pet owner and get biodegradable dog poop bags and scoop the poop into them with your pooper scooper and throw it in the trash, causing all sorts of health dangers to yourself, and others, by 23 million fecal coli-formed bacteria. You can call a removal service and let them deal with it, but from my experience, they mostly come out only once a week and I know my dogs go a lot more than that, how about once every 10 minutes (OK, that is only after I feed them a burrito). But daily, I clean up after my guys and I know if a service were to come to your house that often, you better have the name Rockefeller to pay them. I see you getting excited, you are thinking I am finally going to get to the answer about what to do with the dog dooley and how to go about your dog waste clean up. But not yet my friends, remember patience is a virtue.

Another question must be answered first and that is, "what is eco friendly?" These are activities or products that do good for the environment. Sometimes referred to as "green". OK, here is where I answer the question you have all been waiting to hear. How do we stop the pet poop from piling up, if we don't use any of the methods mentioned above? In a perfect world, you would have a organic spray, that when sprayed on your doggie's dung it would dissolve it naturally within minutes before your eyes without harming any lawn or pet. I mean there are no particular binders that hold doo together and poo dissolves on its own when flushed into waste water treatment facilities. And eventually all the components of doggie stuff will undergo decomposition via enzymes such as cellulases and pectinases anyway. So why can't there be a spray out there that speeds up this process? Let me tell you dog owners, the perfect world has arrived!

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