Region Scoopers is a pooper scooper service in Northwest, Indiana. We pickup dog poop so you don’t have to. This article will share with you why it’s important to pick up your dog’s poop regularly.
#1. DOG POOP WILL NOT BREAKDOWN ON ITS OWN.
Dog poop can take up to 12 months to fully break down. Plus, when rainwater washes over dog poop, it flows into the drainage systems. Then the contaminated water is carried into lakes, streams, and rivers.
#2. DISEASE-CAUSING BACTERIA AND PARASITES
The parasites and bacteria in dog waste can spread disease to other dogs and even you if not properly picked up. E. coli and salmonella are some of the bacteria which are carried in dog waste. That’s why it’s important for Region Scoopers to properly sanitize equipment after every pickup.
#3. DOG POOP IS NOT A FERTILIZER
If you think, as many people do, that dog waste is a natural fertilizer, think again. Since most dogs’ diets are high in protein, it has the reverse eﬀect of fertilizer. Dog poop is exceptionally high in nitrogen and phosphorus, so if you let your dog’s waste lay in your grass, it can actually cause burns in your lawn. Since it’s so acidic, it will kill your grass if it isn’t picked up regularly. Region Scoopers recommends choosing our weekly pick-up service to keep your grass looking green.
#4. CLEANING UP POOP MAKES LIFE EASIER IN THE LONG RUN
When you keep your yard poop free, you have less of a chance of tracking unwanted messes into your home and onto your carpet. Not to mention, your home will stay odor-free!
Backyard barbecue’s, mowing the lawn, and simply just walking out your door are all easier and less messy when we pick up after your furry pals regularly.
If you live in Northwest, Indiana and want Region Scoopers to take the stress and frustration out of picking up poop regularly, get in touch with us at www.regionscoopers.com to discuss what your plan might look like!
You may also contact us by the following:
Call or Text: 219-213-3227