Treat them right. We can help.
Treat them right. We can help.
You, your family, and your neighbors aren’t the only ones who will LOVE having a clean yard. Dogs love a clean yard, too!
Barrie Segal has some tips that will help you get a lot of value out of the money you spend on dog training. A well-trained dog is a thing of beauty, but without follow-though by you all that work and expense can be wasted.
And we can help with number 13, at least in your own yard! 🙂
Read Barrie’s article in the link below:
“Dog trainers, however, really train people, not dogs. And how successful that dog training is depends on how dog owners comply — or don’t — with the program. Dog trainers must provide extensive training to owners so they can apply the lessons they learned in obedience classes to training their pets. But the owners have to follow through or it’s a total waste of money.
You might think you’re doing a great job of taking care of your canine — until you hire a dog trainer. Keep reading to discover what your dog trainer is secretly judging you for so you can measure up — and get the most you possibly can out of your sessions.”
The thought of flies being attracted to the dog poop in your yard, and then moving on to your patio furniture, and into your living room and dining room, is gross enough and already a good reason not to let the mess in the yard accumulate. And now there’s even more specific research into how dangerous it might be to let that yard go uncleaned!
According to Valuewalk.com,
“Scientific Reports found that two of the most common or garden insects – houseflies and blowflies – are both capable of carrying hundreds of different bacteria. And the bad news is that a significant portion of this is ultimately harmful to humans.”
And it might be even more important to keep the yard clean in the city and suburbs than out in the country!
Another interesting morsel of information which cropped up in the study is that houseflies residing in urban environments picked up more germs than those living in rural areas.
“It will really make you think twice about eating that potato salad that’s been sitting out at your next picnic.”
Read the whole story at http://www.valuewalk.com/2017/11/houseflies-dangerous-disease-study/ :
“Dog ownership has many benefits, and we may now be able to count better heart health as one of them. However, as many dog owners may agree, the main reason for owning a dog is the sheer joy.” – Dr Mike Knapton of the British Heart Foundation
Another study finds a lower risk of cardiovascular disease in people who have dogs.
“Earlier this month Marin supervisors approved a contract for a pet waste removal service they’ve used before to scour our open spaces twice a week to clean up after dog owners and walkers who can’t — dare I say won’t — pick up after their dogs. … emptying and relining dog waste cans by the open space gates, and restocking the dispensers holding biodegradable pet waste bags.”
Tidy Turf Pet Waste Removal of Sonoma, California was awarded the job of helping to keep the trails and open spaces of Marin clean, beautiful, pleasant and healthful.
“It’s not an easy job,” said Brian Sanford, Marin Open Space District superintendent.
Read the full article by Vicki Larson, at the Marin Independent Journal, here: http://www.marinij.com/lifestyle/20171113/its-a-crappy-job-but-someone-has-to-do-it
Life is better with dogs, and people are increasingly spending big bucks on pets. How much is too much? For some dog-lovers, it seems that no amount is too great.
Steve Burgess explores the issue in this article at the Calgary Herald:
“We get people who want to euthanize their animals because of fleas. On the other hand I know a woman who took her cat down to UC Davis in California for a kidney transplant—it probably cost about $100,000.” –Dr. Adrian Walton of Dewdney Animal Hospital
Read more at:
Fortunately for us all, Pooper-Scooper service doesn’t present such a problem!
“You don’t have to send a dog to college. You could buy him a $10,000 doghouse and still come out ahead.” – Bob Vetere, American Pet Products Association
Read the story at PureWow.dot com:
Your dog isn’t the only one who will LOVE having the yard cleaned regularly! You will love being able to devote your precious little free time to the things you really want to do, and you will love not having do deal with the worst part about having a dog.
Your family will love the domestic tranquility of not having to fight over who has to shovel the dog poop.
Your clients will love that you can focus more on your professional projects.
And your neighbors will love that your yard isn’t attracting pests and stinkin’ up the neighborhood!
(And, if you have a neighbor who has a yard that needs to be cleaned, turn them on to pooper-scooper.com as a public service.)
People are spending more and more money on pets, increasingly regarding them as members of the family, substitutes for children, or even as companions superior to human beings. As professionals in the pet care industry, pooper-scoopers must be aware not only of the depth of feeling that people have toward their animals for a number of positive reasons, but also that one of the things they love about their dogs compared to people is the trustworthiness and reliability they find in their furry companions.
This is why it is so important for those who own and manage dog waste removal services to be sensitive to the needs of their clients, provide “no questions asked” satisfaction guarantees with free re-cleaning of yards, ease of setting up service, and above all – reliability and dependability.
This article examines the issue of why “pet humanisation trends continue to accelerate” and why some people would rather trust their animals than other people. As Arwa Mahdawi writes at The Guardian, “Who can blame us for anthropomorphising animals when it’s becoming harder to have faith in actual human beings?”