- Station Installation – Installation of fully stocked pet waste station that includes post, sign, bag dispenser, and waste can with lid. (includes parts and labor)
- Weekly Station Service – Purchase and inventory of all bags, Maintenance, and replacement of all stations as needed, Removal and replacement of all waste can liners, Removal of all waste within a 10-foot radius of all stations.
- Weekly disposal of station bags and waste – If your property/community does not have a place to dispose of the waste collected, we will haul it away and dispose of it for you.
- Waste pickup of grass, common areas, and walkways – Our technicians will walk your property, collect, and dispose of any dog waste left behind.
Why should I hire a pet waste removal and management company?
One of the biggest complaints of renters/homeowners who share a common outdoor area with other residents, is the unwillingness of some dog owners to pick up after their dogs. Regardless of the reason, it becomes a nuisance to other residents, becomes harmful when left to run off into our streams and other water sources, and has the potential to adversely affect your ability to keep your units occupied due to the lack of “curb appeal.”
EPA Clean Water Act of 1998 has determined animal waste or feces is a secondary storm runoff contaminant. Pet waste could be as high as a 3rd on the list of sources in contaminated water. Studies performed on watersheds have found that nearly 20% of bacteria found in the water samples were matched with dogs as the host animals (EPA Bulletin 916-F-OI-027).
Did you know?
- One out of every three home owners will own a dog.
- A normal small dog of 25 pounds will produce between 2 to 4 pounds of solid waste in one week.
- Large dogs over 25 pounds can produce between 4 to 10 pounds of waste in one week.
- Based on the above facts, a community with approximately 50 units could have nearly 200 pounds of waste on the ground each week.
Dog waste is more than just a nuisance. It can pose a serious health hazard. Why? A number of common parasites, including roundworms, are transmitted via dog feces. When infected dog droppings are left on the ground, the eggs of the roundworms and other parasites can linger in the soil for years. As a result, anyone who comes in contact with the soil also comes in contact with the infected eggs.
Children run the greatest risk of infection because they’re more likely to be playing in the dirt and then put their hands in their mouths or rub their eyes. But even a group of teens or adults playing Frisbee or touch football in an open area could be in danger. Parasitic infections can make humans extremely sick and can pose serious harm to pregnant women and their unborn child.
Let Yard Doody, LLC handle all of your pet waste removal and management services so you don’t have to worry about residents who don’t pick up after their dogs! Yard Doody can provide weekly or twice weekly pickup and removal of all pet waste from grass, common areas, pet waste stations, and pathways.
Yard Doody, LLC is a dog-waste removal service, servicing the Main Line, King of Prussia, Wayne, Collegeville, Royersford, Pottstown, Spring City, Downingtown, Exton, West Chester & surrounding areas.
We pride ourselves in being able to provide you with seamless service. We encourage you to reach out to us and see how we can make your life a little easier.