Troy MI Pet Waste Removal Services

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Troy Pet Waste Removal

Troy

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Dog Poop Cleaning and Disposal For Your Home

A poop clean up services may not sound like a glamorous or even needed service to exist, but if you are a pet owner, your interest has probably been piqued by now.

We are a full scale pet poop removal service. We scoop your pet’s poop so you don’t have to! Every pet owner knows that feeling of dread that builds up when you realize that you have to pick up dog poop. You stand at the entrance to your garage or in your front doorway and look at your yard with disdain. It is always hard to will yourself to go outside and go hunting for the dog’s poop.

Thankfully, that’s why we are here. We are the premier Troy pooper scooper business in the area and are proud to serve as your go to for pet waste removal.

Why Are We the Best?

We don’t just make these claims without anything to back them up. We’ve been at the yard cleaning service for a long time now and our technicians are actually trained in the best methods for keep a yard with a dog tidy and free of dog poop.

Our technicians come to your home weekly (or more or less depending on preference) fully uniformed so you always know who they are. They will pick up dog poop no matter the weather. We will then dispose of the poop for you. No throwing it in your trashcan or leaving it in your yard to deal with. Your property will be clean and orderly each week and you won’t even have to worry about putting it on your to-do list!

Why Hire a Professional Troy Pooper Scooper Service?

As pet owners ourselves, we know that picking up dog poop is the lowest thing on your priority list at the end of the day. No one wants to go outside and hunt around for poop especially when it is raining, snowing, or intolerable hot. This is why our pooper scooper business is a great option!

We make the process easy. We will come to your home and do a walk around your property with you, talk about the pet waste removal you need, and work with you to make a plan. All of our plans start with a pricing model designed around the size of the serviced area. We service anything from small dog walks to large over 3 acre properties.

After we walk your property with you, we will talk about your dog and their size and we will talk about the frequency with which you want your yard cleaned. We recommend that properties are cleaned at least once a week. If you want yours to be cleaned more or less, we will create a custom plan to accommodate you and your needs.

Call Us Today For Poop Clean Up

Have a large property? Still give us a call! Custom service is our specialty so if you have a large area that you needed serviced we are happy to help! No matter the size of your yard or dog, we are your go-to pooper scooper service in the Troy area!

Dog Droppings Disposal System Review

dog poop pick up

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 and Our Community

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  • Dog Droppings Disposal System Review

Wayne County

As a professional pooper scooper the number one thing I hear from pet owners is, "What do you do with the poop?"

Before I answer how we do it, let's look at some of the more popular options available to dispose of the doo!

Dispose of it in the landfill

In many municipalities, there are no specific rules governing how to dispose of pet waste and thus it is included with regular household trash. Whether you reuse grocery bags, pick it up with a shovel or use biodegradable bags it can be placed in with your regular trash. In some areas of the country it is illegal to dispose of dog poop in the landfill. If in doubt, call your local municipality to find out the rules.

To answer the question... In our location, the best way to dispose of pet waste is to double bag the pet waste and take it to the local landfill. In order to lessen our effect on the environment we use biodegradable bags that are made out of recycled plastic. You should always check the laws in your local area as the rules for disposing of pet waste vary from municipality to municipality.

We hope you will check back as we continue provide pet owners and lovers with valuable information!

Health Risks of Dog Feces

  • Getting Rid Of Dog to Poopie Outside

  • Top Tips For Environmental Dog Feces Disposal

  • How to Dispose of Dog Crap?

doggie doos

Disposing of dog waste is probably the most unpleasant task of being a dog owner. One new method of dealing with odor, insect, and other problems associated with disposing of dog droppings are dog waste composters, which are similar to regular compost bins but much easier to use. Here's how they work...

Dog Waste Composters: An Overview

Let's face it, if you're a dog owner, one of your more unpleasant tasks is picking up after your pet. Most pet owners store their dog's waste in a garbage can and wait for trash pick up day. In the interim, there are the inevitable odor problems, as well as pesky insects like flies hovering around the can.

Further, traditional disposal of dog waste is one of the largest pollutants to city storm sewers. As the fecal matter decomposes in landfills, it typically runs off to storm sewers, creating an environmental strain on local water systems.

Many pet owners are choosing a more environmentally friendly way to deal with this problem. Dog waste composters are designed to speed natural decomposition of pet waste and transform it into harmless groundwater run off.

These units are durable and relatively inexpensive. Most units run anywhere from $50 to $80. While the environmental benefits alone make these compost bins worthwhile, users indicate the elimination of odor and insect problems to be an even bigger benefit.

Summary

If you're looking for an environmentally safe solution to your dog waste problem, consider a pet waste compost bin. They are easily installed in your back yard, with only the top lid visible. Once it is installed, just drop the bagged waste material into the bin. Over a few weeks, it will decompose on its own, with no need for any other disposal on your part.

Dog Droppings Disposal System Review

dog poop pick up

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 and Our Community

  • Dignity Restored With a Dog Doody Bags Discreet Carrier

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

  • Dog Droppings Disposal System Review

Wayne County

As a professional pooper scooper the number one thing I hear from pet owners is, "What do you do with the poop?"

Before I answer how we do it, let's look at some of the more popular options available to dispose of the doo!

Dispose of it in the landfill

In many municipalities, there are no specific rules governing how to dispose of pet waste and thus it is included with regular household trash. Whether you reuse grocery bags, pick it up with a shovel or use biodegradable bags it can be placed in with your regular trash. In some areas of the country it is illegal to dispose of dog poop in the landfill. If in doubt, call your local municipality to find out the rules.

To answer the question... In our location, the best way to dispose of pet waste is to double bag the pet waste and take it to the local landfill. In order to lessen our effect on the environment we use biodegradable bags that are made out of recycled plastic. You should always check the laws in your local area as the rules for disposing of pet waste vary from municipality to municipality.

We hope you will check back as we continue provide pet owners and lovers with valuable information!

Health Risks of Dog Feces

  • Getting Rid Of Dog to Poopie Outside

  • Top Tips For Environmental Dog Feces Disposal

  • How to Dispose of Dog Crap?

doggie doos

Disposing of dog waste is probably the most unpleasant task of being a dog owner. One new method of dealing with odor, insect, and other problems associated with disposing of dog droppings are dog waste composters, which are similar to regular compost bins but much easier to use. Here's how they work...

Dog Waste Composters: An Overview

Let's face it, if you're a dog owner, one of your more unpleasant tasks is picking up after your pet. Most pet owners store their dog's waste in a garbage can and wait for trash pick up day. In the interim, there are the inevitable odor problems, as well as pesky insects like flies hovering around the can.

Further, traditional disposal of dog waste is one of the largest pollutants to city storm sewers. As the fecal matter decomposes in landfills, it typically runs off to storm sewers, creating an environmental strain on local water systems.

Many pet owners are choosing a more environmentally friendly way to deal with this problem. Dog waste composters are designed to speed natural decomposition of pet waste and transform it into harmless groundwater run off.

These units are durable and relatively inexpensive. Most units run anywhere from $50 to $80. While the environmental benefits alone make these compost bins worthwhile, users indicate the elimination of odor and insect problems to be an even bigger benefit.

Summary

If you're looking for an environmentally safe solution to your dog waste problem, consider a pet waste compost bin. They are easily installed in your back yard, with only the top lid visible. Once it is installed, just drop the bagged waste material into the bin. Over a few weeks, it will decompose on its own, with no need for any other disposal on your part.