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3 Reasons Why Picking Up Poop is More Important than You Think.

We all know that scooping poop is a pain and no one wants to do it. But leaving poop in your backyard does not do any good to you, your dog, and your yard.

Dog poop is not fertilizer!

Dog poop is not fertilizer like cow manure. Cow manure is good for vegetation and grass as it in fact started out that way. Dog's diet, however, are very different. Most dog food are meat based - beef, chicken, and/or port products. This kind of diet creates a high acidic waste product that is bad for your grass and make your yard look, well, not pretty.

Dog poop's bacteria and parasites and can be spread.

It is proved that dog poop is more full of disease causing bacteria and parasites than any other types of waste. Dog waste is full of Salmonella and harmful to other dogs and humans. If you don't pick up after your dog, you are putting other people and dogs at risk of getting sick. Save you dog and family from getting sick from your dog's poop!

Do you think it gets eventually broken down? - Nope

How long it takes dog poop to decompose depends on your dog's diet and the climate. That fecal material might be around for as long as a year before natural decomposition occurs.

What can you do?

So, we have covered a few good reasons for regular poop scooping. Now it's up to you to keep on top of it week after week. Or, you could save all of that time by giving ScoopaPoop a call. Our dog poop removal service is an easy solution to keep your yard clean. We can come weekly, bi-weekly or on one-off visits. Contact us now on 778-977-2360 or

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