Hiring a dog waste removal service is straight forward. The purpose of the service is to take the task of picking up your dog’s waste off the dog owner’s hands. So, when you hire a pooper scooper service what should you expect aside from picking up pet waste?
First, pooper scoopers usually walk their client yards in a grid shape pattern as if they are looking for evidence. Well, they really are looking for evidence; evidence that your dog pooped!
Depending on what area of the country that you live in, your scooper service may take the waste with them, or they may double bag the dog waste and place it into your trash receptacle. For instance, here in New Jersey, it is common to leave the waste with the client, however, you can pay a little bit extra to have the waste hauled away with your pooper scooper.
Keeping your dogs safe is part of our process. We close the gate behind us when we are scooping your yard in case you let your dogs out unbeknownst to you that we are scooping. We also secure the gate when we leave to ensure your dogs don’t get out of the yard.
Your scoopers should be disinfecting their shoes and tools between each yard to ensure there is no cross-contamination of worms between client yards. If we see anything of great concern in your dog’s waste, we will alert the client.
This type of service is usually month to month and does not require a contract. Dog owners will sometimes contact a scooper service for short term help when they are recovering from surgery or even when a family member is deployed. If you have any questions about this type of service, feel free to reach out to services in your area.