Spring is Coming!

Springtime is coming, soon the days will be fair,

But my dog saw the yard, said “I’m not going there!”

I had to admit that my buddy was right;

The mess in the back was a horrible sight.

And not just an eyesore, a smell-pocalypse, too.

And, loving my pet, I knew what to do.

I got it all scooped, and scoop every week.

Dog and I now love our yard ‘cause it’s no longer bleak!

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To make the most of the nice weather that’s coming soon, be sure your Spring cleaning includes the dog’s yard!

Spring Rush!

Lots of people enjoy Spring Break this time of year, and they get to take it easy for a week or so.  But POOPER-SCOOPERS have their busiest work weeks of the year about this time, what with snow melting and uncovering what’s been accumulating over the winter, and people starting to get out there to enjoy their yards again.  Go ahead, join the rush! Find a scooper you’ll love at www.pooper-scooper.com.

Feel the Love!

Your neighbors will love you for having your yard cleaned regularly.

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.)

 

Pooper-Scoopers Help Control Rats

 Ald. Matt O'Shea (19th) blamed backyards filled with dog poop for recent sightings of rats in Mount Greenwood. Much of the conversation at a town hall meeting Wednesday night focused on the rodent problem.

Ald. Matt O’Shea (19th) blamed backyards filled with dog poop for recent sightings of rats in Mount Greenwood. Much of the conversation at a town hall meeting Wednesday night focused on the rodent problem.View Full Caption

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MOUNT GREENWOOD — An emerging rat problem in the neighborhood can be attributed to one thing, the 19th Ward alderman said: dog poop.

“You know why rats come into certain areas? Dog feces.” Ald. Matt O’Shea

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Dog Poop Blamed For Rat Infestation