Live Longer and Happier with a Dog

“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.

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Having dogs lowers early death risk

 

Dog Lovers Spend Whatever it Takes. Fortunately, Scooper Service Doesn’t Take Much!

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

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Pets, Vets and Debts

Fortunately for us all, Pooper-Scooper service doesn’t present such a problem!

Scooper service is a terrific value!

The Privileging of Pets

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  writes at The Guardian,  “Who can blame us for anthropomorphising animals when it’s becoming harder to have faith in actual human beings?”

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We treat our pets as people. Is it because it’s getting harder to have faith in humans?

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/oct/16/we-treat-our-pets-as-people-is-it-because-its-getting-harder-to-have-faith-in-humans

Expanding the Roles of Service Dogs

It has been interesting – and gratifying – to see the areas into which people and dogs have been expanding their mutual support over the past 30 years. Pooper-scoopers are pleased and proud to be able to help  people keep their beloved helpers with them when they otherwise might not be able to keep up with all of the tasks involved with maintaining animal companionship.

“Seeing eye dogs were the first type of service dogs in the U.S., supporting the blind community. …

“As research on what dogs are capable of providing became more concrete, the Americans with Disabilities Act expanded the definition of service dogs in 1990 to include “any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability.”

Read more at Rover.com:

Service Dogs Provide Alert Assistance for People with Diabetes

Service Dogs Provide Alert Assistance for People with Diabetes

Celebrate Service Dogs

Many professional scooping services are proud to offer generous discounts to clients with service dogs!

September is National Service Dog Month, a time designated to raising awareness and showing appreciation for the extraordinary work service animals do every day for the people in their care. National Service Dog Month honors these working dogs for making millions of lives better and safer.”

Learn more about guide dogs and other service dogs, and some organizations that help, in thisarticle Vicki Clinebell wrote this article for DogTime

Celebrate National Service Dog Month September 2017