Happy National Pooper Scooper Week! No, seriously, this is not a joke. Pooper Scooper Week is an awareness week intended… Read more Pooper Scooper Week Kick-Off
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It’s that time again! Time to break out and dust off your pooper scooper tools and get down to business… Read more National Scoop the Poop Week 2014
Cleaning up after the dog is not one of the more glamorous parts of owning a dog. In fact, the job stinks. Nevertheless, providing your companion animals with a clean living environment is necessary. A clean environment facilitates a healthy lifestyle. A clean environment is not a suggestion, however, that pet owners should follow. Law in most places mandates it.