Rochester Hills MI Pet Waste Removal Services

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Rochester Hills Pet Waste Removal

Rochester Hills

Dog Waste Removal Services Offered

  • Rochester Hills dog waste removal
  • Pooper scooper service
  • Rochester Hills, MI dog poop pick up
  • Dog poop clean up company
  • Professional dog poop service
  • Local dog poop cleaning service in Rochester Hills
  • Pet waste removal service

Looking for Local Pet Poop Removal? Call Us Today

Pets are great. They provide us with companionship, entertainment, and much more. But cleaning up after pets isn’t great. The last thing you want to do is go outside and pick up dog poop (especially if it’s been a few weeks since you’ve tackled it).

Thankfully, we have the perfect solution for those times. We are the premier pet waste removal service in the area. Our professional technicians come to your home on a regular schedule to remove all the pet waste from your property. Always uniformed and on-time, our technicians treat your property with the utmost care. We take the time to make sure that your entire property is pet waste free before we leave. We also take care of disposing doggie waste for you!

What kind of Rochester Hills pet waste removal do we do?

We are experts at dog waste removal and wild animal waste removal. If you live near a pond, lake, or other wild animal habitat, messy geese and ducks can make your property look like a nightmare with their waste. Our Rochester Hills pooper scooper service has all the tools and expertise to properly clean up and remove the waste from these wild animals.

Our dog waste removal services are priced according to the size of the are we are going to service and the frequency that you want us to clean. You will never pay more from one clean up to the next if there is more waste.

There are six convenient sizes that we offer pricing for:

  • Extra small (dog run or about 20’ by 20’)
  • Small  (60’ by 120’)
  • Medium (Half an acre or under)
  • Large (2 acres or under)
  • Extra-LArge (4 acres or under)
  • Custom pricing (Anything larger than 4 acres)

We also offer professional pooper scooper services for dog kennels, breeders, and more. If you have a large space with multiple dogs, give us a call told to talk about our custom pet waste removal services.

Why Should You Hire Professionals?

Many people think that hiring a professional pet waste removal service is an unnecessary hassle. This could not be further from the truth! Having the pet waste removed from your yard by us is the perfect way to make sure your property stays beautiful and you stay stress free!

How many times have you let Fido out and just said “Oh, well I’ll get it tomorrow” after he poops? How many times has it been snowing, raining or blisteringly hot and you “forgot” to pick up his poop? Now you have a yard full of poop and have to clean it all up in one go.

All of these scenarios are a thing of the past with our service. When you hire us for Plymouth dog poop service, you will always have a clean and beautiful lawn, no matter the weather!

Keep Your Family Safe and Healthy

Another good reason for calling us? Keeping your family safe and healthy. Dog and wild animal waste can carry a large number of diseases, parasites, and bacteria. Every time you let your kids outside or start to do some yard work, you risk coming into contact with these nasty things. The only good way to avoid this is by diligently cleaning up your pet’s waste. We make that simple by offering reliable and through pet waste removal service. If you need a pooper scooper, we’re your team!

Dog Poop Is Just Plain Nasty (And So Disgusting)!

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In doing some research recently, I wanted to find out the number of results on Google for the phrase "dogs poop." I was literally astonished (to put it mildly), at the fact that over 10 million results came up of videos, articles, and websites. I read a few of the articles and came to the conclusion that some of the authors were very well versed on the subject, and I must admit, that I did learn a thing or two or twenty. The thing that blew me away though, was the mass number of videos of dogs hunched over doing what they do after they ate a good meal (and from the number of videos posted, it looks like a lot of good eating was going on). Not the videos themselves mind you, (although I do wonder why someone would post a video of his dog taking a poo poo break), but my jaw dropped at the number of views that these "crappy" videos received. Sorry, you had to know that I would make that reference sooner or later. I mean some of theses videos had 500,000-600,000 views. Is there something that I am missing here? Don't people have anything better to do with their time than sit around watching dogs take a crap? What is the fascination one has with watching a strange dog (or his own dog) take a poo break? I know when I see my guys do their little circling antic and find the right spot to handle their business, I am the first to look away. I am going to see if I can come up with some answers in a future article and write about that and perhaps interview some people to find out why, so stay tuned. As for now, I want to address the articles written on the question as to why dogs eat their own poop?

Now before we go on talking about coprophagy and using words like disgust and yeeck to describe this natural act, let me bring up a couple other deplorable acts that we do as humans, that may have dogs scrunching their noses up at us. I have heard of certain experimenting people who dabble in a certain sexual dalliance that would resemble dogs eating poop and what they do is not called coprophagy! And can you say cannibalism? Something just doesn't seem natural about me barbequing my neighbor or like a certain incident that happened in Florida recently where a barbeque wasn't even needed where a guy ate another guy.

If we really are so hell bent on stopping our animals from eating their own poo poo, really there is one easy fix: PICK UP YOUR DOGS POOP IMMEDIATELY! This will not only stop coprophagy, but help stop the spread of such dangerous bacteria as E-Coli and other diseases that is prevalent in our pet's poo. And wouldn't it be so nice not to have to tippy toe around our parks or have to clean off our shoes after stepping in a pile?

So now that we have figured out how to stop our dogs from eating their poop, any ideas how to stop these people that look like they are trying to dig to China through their noses?

Composting Dog Poop - How To Use Pet Waste As Compost

pet waste removal business

In doing some research recently, I wanted to find out the number of results on Google for the phrase "dogs poop." I was literally astonished (to put it mildly), at the fact that over 10 million results came up of videos, articles, and websites. I read a few of the articles and came to the conclusion that some of the authors were very well versed on the subject, and I must admit, that I did learn a thing or two or twenty. The thing that blew me away though, was the mass number of videos of dogs hunched over doing what they do after they ate a good meal (and from the number of videos posted, it looks like a lot of good eating was going on). Not the videos themselves mind you, (although I do wonder why someone would post a video of his dog taking a poo poo break), but my jaw dropped at the number of views that these "crappy" videos received. Sorry, you had to know that I would make that reference sooner or later. I mean some of theses videos had 500,000-600,000 views. Is there something that I am missing here? Don't people have anything better to do with their time than sit around watching dogs take a crap? What is the fascination one has with watching a strange dog (or his own dog) take a poo break? I know when I see my guys do their little circling antic and find the right spot to handle their business, I am the first to look away. I am going to see if I can come up with some answers in a future article and write about that and perhaps interview some people to find out why, so stay tuned. As for now, I want to address the articles written on the question as to why dogs eat their own poop?

Now before we go on talking about coprophagy and using words like disgust and yeeck to describe this natural act, let me bring up a couple other deplorable acts that we do as humans, that may have dogs scrunching their noses up at us. I have heard of certain experimenting people who dabble in a certain sexual dalliance that would resemble dogs eating poop and what they do is not called coprophagy! And can you say cannibalism? Something just doesn't seem natural about me barbequing my neighbor or like a certain incident that happened in Florida recently where a barbeque wasn't even needed where a guy ate another guy.

If we really are so hell bent on stopping our animals from eating their own poo poo, really there is one easy fix: PICK UP YOUR DOGS POOP IMMEDIATELY! This will not only stop coprophagy, but help stop the spread of such dangerous bacteria as E-Coli and other diseases that is prevalent in our pet's poo. And wouldn't it be so nice not to have to tippy toe around our parks or have to clean off our shoes after stepping in a pile?

So now that we have figured out how to stop our dogs from eating their poop, any ideas how to stop these people that look like they are trying to dig to China through their noses?

Dog Poop Removal by Disposing Feces in a Dignified Way

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In order to train a dog to poop outside, the first lesson a dog owner must learn is to understand the pre-elimination signs. I'll show you the easy pre-elimination warning signs all puppies make as well as 3 easy tips to train a dog to poop outside.

Dog Potty Training - Easier Than You Think

Training a dog to poop outside is easier than you think. So when do you start your dog's potty training? Ideally it should start between 6 and 8 weeks of age. Unfortunately though, puppies at that age have not yet developed the muscular control to succeed.

Training your dog to poop outside requires patience. Commands like "sit", "fetch" or "stay" come very easily to puppies and can be learned within a few days. But potty training takes weeks, sometimes months.

Again, even when outside, it helps to wait and watch for the desired behavior then issue the command. That helps the dog associate the command with the behavior.

If the dog hasn't gone after a few minutes and a few 'Go potty' commands, take it back inside for an hour. Of course, if you spot the pre-elimination behavior in less time, go outside again immediately.

Conclusion

Dogs learn very quickly. Be patient and loving. Punishment is cruel and counter-productive, and nowhere more so than in waste elimination training. Finally, never rub a dog's nose in waste.