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Dirty Work, Atlanta's Pooper Scooper Service since 1998, is pleased to present POO IN THE NEWS.  Consider this your dog waste information source.  Pooper Scooper laws, pooper scooper ordinances, dog waste dangers, pet health, dog parasite dangers, clean water information and more.  If you have dog waste / pooper scooper news to share, please submit to us and join the conversation!

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North Georgia "Here's the Scoop on Pet Waste" Contest

The Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District is pleased to announce the 2015 High School Video Contest. Ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students that attend schools in Bartow, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, Paulding and Rockdale counties are encouraged to participate. Students are asked to create a 30-60 second water education video public service announcement focused on this year's topic, "Here's the Scoop on Pet Waste." Pet waste can create a health hazard for people and can “doo” a lot of damage to the environment. There are approximately 70 million dogs in the United States. The average dog produces

Dog Waste Volunteers clean up a bountiful 'crop' left by uncaring dog owners

By DAVE ANDERSON Forest Journal A recent springtime "poop-scooping" workday was hosted on the Forest Society's Merrimack River Floodplain trails at the Concord Conservation Center with the help of, from left, Jason Teaster, Dave Anderson, Carrie Deegan, Hillary Thompson and Susanne Kibler-Hacker. Forest Society Property Manager Jason Teaster is all geared up for the recent poop-scooping workday at the Forest Society's Concord Conservation Center. The topic is a minefield! Bear with me, as I need to step gingerly. Spring snow melt reveals crocuses and daffodils, but another springtime emergence from beneath the winter snow is decidedly less appealing. April is "dog poop season." Dog waste

An Inside Scoop On Running A Professional Dog Poop Scooping Business

Amy Tokic April 1, 2015 Photos by: William Scott/Bigstock.com Don't Miss Stories on PetGuide.com It’s a dirty job, but someone’s gotta do it! We talk to a professional dog Pooper Scooper to get the “scoop” on this crappy, but necessary job. Did you know that International Pooper Scooper Week runs from April 1 to 7… and no, this ISN’T an April Fool’s joke. It’s for real, and it’s a week that I can get behind (no pun intended). It’s the right time of year to run this educational campaign; the snow is melting, revealing a winter’s worth of unclaimed dog droppings. I don’t get how dog owners can think that a layer of snow would somehow make this pile of poop somehow disappear. And I’m not the on

Clean up Atlanta: DIRTY WORK Dog Waste Removal Service Marks "Pooper Scooper Week" April 1

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03/prweb12565024.htm Dog waste accounts for 24 percent of the bacteria that pollutes our urban and suburban waterways. While the dog has always been man's best friend, dog waste has posed a threat to man's foot and nose. And now research has proven a more unsettling fact: dog waste is also a significant environmental pollutant. Studies have found that roughly 40 percent of Americans don't pick up after their dogs' waste. Dog feces accounts for 24 percent of the bacteria that pollutes our urban and suburban waterways. You can help by making sure your dog's waste is picked up 100 percent of the time. In 1994, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recogniz

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Dirty Work Pooper Scooper Service was founded in 1998 to serve our Atlanta community, its families and other pet and dog lovers with a focus was on old-fashioned customer service, great work at a fair price, and to promote the care of animals and the importance of clean stormwater and environment.

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Since 1998, Dirty Work Pooper Scooper service has provided dog waste removal service to many metro-Atlanta areas. CLICK HERE for full service area. Some of the areas Dirty Work Pet Waste Removal cleans include: 

 

Alpharetta, Ansley Park, Avondale Estates, Brookhaven, Buckhead, Candler Park, Chamblee, Chastain, Country Clubs (numerous), parts of Cumming, Decatur, Dekalb, Downtown Atlanta, Doraville, Druid Hills, Duluth, Dunwoody, East Atlanta, Emory, Garden Hills, Grant Park,  Inman Park, Kennesaw, Lawrenceville, Lenox Park, Little Five Points, Mableton, Marietta, Midtown (Atlanta), Morningside, Norcross, Oakhurst, Peachtree Hills, Powder Springs, Roswell, Sandy Springs, parts of Stone Mountain, Smyrna, Suwanee, Tucker, Vinings, Virginia Highlands and more.

 

What services does Dirty Work Dog Waste Removal Service perform in metro Atlanta?  We clean the dog & pet waste from your yard, also commonly asked for as pooper scooper service, dog waste cleanup and removal, pooper-scooper service, pet waste cleanup and remover, pooper scooper, pet waste cleanup and removal service, poop scoop, scoop poop, dog poop cleaning, Atlanta pet service, pet waste cleanup, dog service, pet service, dog waste, poop business, scoop dog poop, poop scooping company, poop cleanup, poop pickup business, dog poop scoopers, dog waste cleanup and remover service, pooper scooper, pet waste stations, DogiPots, Fido Stations, and more!