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We will come to your home or business or wherever your pet leaves its calling card – anywhere on Oahu pick up and dispose of the poo for you! We also offer other essential pet services which include (but not limited to):
– Pet Odor Elimination
– Dog Walking
– Dog Hikes & Adventures
– Dog Training
– Dog Whispering
– Dog Swimming
– K9 Weight Loss Boot Camp
– K9 Adventure camp
– K9 Bed & Breakfast
– Kitty Sitting
– Made With Aloha Treats
– And more… (Inquire Within)
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Actually, it’s all about you and how we may serve you and your pets. We understand that having pets are a pleasure to have, it’s just the cleanup stinks (*pun intended*). That’s where we come in.
We, at Got Poo, are dedicated to providing you with an efficient and affordable pet waste cleanup service along with other pet services that you may need.
It’s about time, your time. Spend more time enjoying your pets and less time fiddling with the mess!
Dog Poop FAQ’s
How much does my dog poop?
From Dachshunds to Great Danes, dogs vary greatly in size and diet, so it’s hard to say exactly. That said, however, it’s estimated that average dog poops 1-2 times and discards a total of ¾ lbs of waste every day. Puppies can poop up to 8 times a day!
Isn’t dog waste a good fertilizer?
Dog poop contains bacteria and parasites. Parasites can lay dormant in the soil for years causing potential health hazards. The toxic bacteria from dog poop seeps into our water tables causing health problems. Dog waste is the 3rd largest contributor to bacterial pollution in our waterways. Runoff flows into our streams and out to the ocean causing serious water quality issues. Dispose don’t compost.
According to The American Dog Magazine, there is 40 million tons of dog waste produced throughout the world every year. That’s a lot of poop and your yard is one of the places it is ending up! When your dog poops in the grass and you don’t pick it up, it doesn’t just vanish. The parasite eggs stay in the soil for years. Hawaii’s Pollution Prevention Information states that leaving dog waste in your yard leads to water pollution by washing into streams and the ocean, contaminating marine life.
What’s the best way to dispose of dog waste?
By putting pet waste in the trash, it prevents the waste from becoming a source of pollution. The City And County Of Honolulu’s H-POWER waste-to-energy plant in Campbell Industrial Park does a pretty good job to safely handle substances such as dog waste, cat litter, and dirty diapers. If you are already placing it in the trash, keep up the good work.
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