"DOO-DOO NO MORE"
Pet Waste Removal Service

"DOO-DOO NO MORE"
PET WASTE REMOVAL SERVICE

FAQ'S & THE SCOOP ON POOP
We Pick Up Where Your Dog Left Off

How Does "Doo-Doo No More" Pet Waste Removal Service Work?

We'll take care of your entire yards dog poop on a pre-scheduled, routine basis so you never have to scoop it ever again.

"Doo-Doo No More" will visit your home or commercial property semi-weekly, weekly, semi-monthly or monthly.

There are no contracts at all. Start or stop your dogs pooper scooper service with a single call or email by the 15th of the month prior to the month that you want service discontinued.

To suspend service, i.e. vacations, call or email in your request. Any pre-paid credit will be on your account to use when you restart your service. If your dogs have been using your yard while your service was suspended, there may be extra charges for overtime necessary to bring your yard back to an acceptable clean condition.

We access your lawn or other property in a way that ensures your dog will remain in the yard while prioritizing home safety.

We scoop and double bag all the dog poop your dogs leave behind in a professional manner and leave the bags in your trash cans or area you designate.

We utilize various anti-microbial solutions to clean our equipment between yards. These techniques deter "potential" cross contamination.

We serve as your second pair of eyes. We'll even fill water bowls if needed and you have notified us that you prefer this.

We will notify you if your dog's poop contains objects they have eaten, the possible presence of worms or loose stools.

While scooping we may notice that your dog is withdrawn or seemingly doesn't feel or look well. We'll disclose that to you.

Please keep an eye on us for the first few weeks to guarantee we have not overlooked your dogs favorite poop places.

During the winter we ask that you keep the gate to your yard clear of any ice or show, and a cleared and maintained path through the snow to the gate of your yard.
We can do this for you at a nominal fee, as snow removal is one of the additional services we offer. You can see all the additional services we offer on our Home Page.

During the summer we ask that you keep your grass and weeds mowed so the poop is visible and we can do a good job cleaning. We cannot guarantee our work if you let the grass and weeds grow. We offer lawn mowing for a nominal fee. Contact us for details on the additional services we offer and they are all listed on our Home Page.

If for any reason your yard is not accessible when we come to clean and we cannot get in, for example, a locked or broken gate, an aggressive dog, or snow blocking your gate, or no cleared path through the snow to the gate of your yard, your account will still be charged.

Snow & Weather Related Cancellation Policy

During the winter we will not come out for your service day if there is one inch or more fresh snow on the ground within 48 hours of your scheduled service day, as there will be no poop visible.
You will receive a cancellation credit on your account. We will continue your service on your next scheduled service day. All the poop that accumulates under the snow from snow cancellations will be cleaned up as the snow melts and there will be more than usual to clean when all the snow melts in the Spring.

During -5 degree temperatures including wind chill factors on your service day, we will not come out due to risk of frost nip. You will receive a cancellation credit on your account.

During very heavy rain or dangerously strong wind storm on your service day, we will not come out. You will receive a cancellation credit on your account.

Snow and other weather related Cancellation Credits are non-refundable credits that will be applied first to extra clean-up time fees for extra work done anytime it is needed, as in times when there may be extra poop due to consecutive weather cancellations, or during winter warmings and during Spring thaw, before you are charged for extra Clean-up time, if any.

Weather related cancellation credits can also be used for any yard care service during the Spring and Summer.

Weather related cancellation credits must be used by October 31st as that is when they expire. They start accumulating again on November 1st.

If you stop service during the winter (ie. if you can't keep up with keeping your gate free and clear of ice and snow, or keeping a clear path through the snow to your gate,)
 any Snow Cancellation Credits will be applied to your Spring Clean-up when you restart service in the Spring, before you are charged for any extra clean-up time charges.

Payment For Services

One time services are pre-paid by credit or bank card.

When you set up an account for regular service, your credit nor bank card will be charged on the 25th of each month prior to the next month of service. We accept VISA and MASTER CARD.

If you should wish to cancel service, contact us by phone or email by the 15th of the month prior to the month you wish to cancel and your card will not be charged on the 25th of the month prior to the month you wish to cancel.

Late Fees

You will be charged a late fee of $15.00 if your card is declined on the 25th of any charged month for any reason. To avoid late fees, please keep us updated on any credit card changes (ie. renewed / lost card information update.)


Who Can Benefit From Dog Pooper Scooper Service? 

Most people hire "Doo-Doo No More" Pet Waste Removal Service because they simply don't have the time to keep up with their dogs weekly poop
"production", and would like to have more time to enjoy their lives.

Dog owners who find the chore disgusting and would much prefer to secure an affordable and convenient solution to their dog poop problem.

Dog owners whose kids often play in the same area where their dogs commonly leave their "gifts", can really use this service. Potential health hazard.

The physically and mentally challenged who need help and would otherwise lose their dogs if not for the possibility to hire someone to clean up after them.
 
A family that tends to get into heated battles over whose turn it is to play
"pooper scooper" each week. Our routine poop pickup service deters arguments.

You own several dogs and struggle keeping up with their poop production leaving your lawn and garden looking more brown and bare ground than clean and green.

What Makes "Doo-Doo No More" Pet Waste Removal Service unique?

We are Licensed and Insured by one of the oldest and highest rated liability insurance companies in the country.

We have the lowest rates, guaranteed! and the highest quality year round service. If you can find a lower rate, we will match it.

Last minute service available for unplanned events.

If anything is uncommon with your dog we tell you.

We utilize various anti-microbial solutions to clean our equipment between yards. These techniques deter "potential" cross contamination.

We service all commercial properties: apts.- condos as well as residences.

We are the only pet waste removal service company in Anchorage Alaska that offers all the additional services we offer. You can see all our additional services listed on our Home Page.

Customer Satisfaction is the Goal & Guarantee of "Doo-Doo No More" Pet Waste Removal Service. If at any time you have a problem with our service, call immediately and we will take care of it for you.

Helping you and your dogs enjoy life is our mission!

As Christians, we say God Bless You for your patronage.

PET PARASITE CLEANSING PROGRAM

What You Will Need:

 · A bunch of parsley · Black Walnut Hull Tincture · Wormwood · Cloves (ground)

Cleanse Pets Too!
Pets have many of the same parasites that we get, including Ascaris (common roundworm), hookworm, Trichinella, Strongyloides, heartworm and a variety of tapeworms. Every pet living in your home should be deparasitized (cleared of parasites) and maintained on a parasite program. Monthly trips to your vet are not sufficient.
You may not need to get rid of your pet to keep yourself free of parasites. But if you are ill it is best to board it with a friend until you are better.
Your pet is part of your family and should be kept as sweet and clean and healthy as yourself. This is not difficult to achieve. Here is the recipe:

Pet Parasite Program

1. Parsley water: cook a big bunch of fresh parsley in a quart of water for 3 minutes. Throw away the parsley. After cooling, you may freeze most of it in several 1 cup Containers. This is a month's supply. Put 1 tsp. parsley water on the pet's food. You don't have to watch it go down. Whatever amount is eaten is satisfactory.
All dosages are based on a 10 pound (5 kilo) cat or dog. Double them for a 20 pound pet, and so forth.
Pets are so full of parasites, you must be quite careful not to deparasitize too quickly. The purpose of the parsley water is to keep the kidneys flowing well so dead parasite refuse is eliminated promptly. They get quite fond of their parsley water. Perhaps they can sense the benefit it brings them. Do this for a week before starting the Black Walnut Hull Tincture.

2. Black Walnut Hull Tincture (regular strength): 1 drop on the food. Don't force them to eat it. Count carefully. Treat cats only twice a week. Treat dogs daily, for instance a 30 pound dog would get 3 drops per day (but work up to it, increasing one drop per day). Do not use Extra Strength [or dilute it 1:4].
If your pet vomits or has diarrhea, you may expect to see worms. This is extremely infectious and hazardous. Never let a child clean up a pet mess. Begin by pouring salt and iodine ("Povidone" iodine, topical antiseptic, is available in most drug stores) on the mess and letting it stand for 5 minutes before cleaning it up. Clean up outdoor messes the same way. Finally, clean your hands with diluted grain alcohol (dilute 1 part alcohol with 4 parts water). Grain alcohol is actually ethyl alcohol that has been made by fermenting grain. In some countries sugar cane is used to make ethyl alcohol. A common brand in the United States is Everclear. But be careful. The smaller flask sizes are polluted with solvents from the pumping and filling processes, no doubt. Choose the 750 ml or 1 liter bottle which is, evidently, bottled differently. Be careful to keep all alcohol out of sight of children; don't rely on discipline for this. Be careful not to buy isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol for this purpose.
Start the wormwood a week later.

3. Wormwood capsules: (200-300 mg wormwood per capsule) open a capsule and put the smallest pinch possible on their dry food. Do this for a week before starting the cloves.

4. Cloves: put the smallest pinch possible on their dry food. Keep all of this up as a routine so that you need not fear your pets. Also, notice how peppy and happy they become.
Go slowly so the pet can learn to eat all of it. To repeat:
· Week 1: parsley water.
· Week 2: parsley water and black walnut.
· Week 3: parsley water, black walnut, and wormwood.
· Week 4: parsley water, black walnut, wormwood, and cloves.

Pet Parasite Program Handy Chart

Week Parsley Water Black Walnut Hull Tincture Dose Wormwood Capsule Dose Clove Capsule Dose
teaspoons on food drops on food, cats twice per week, dogs daily open capsule, put smalles pinch on food open capsule, put smalles pinch on food
1 1 or more, based on size
2 1 or more 1
3 1 or more 1 or more, based on size 1
4 1 or more 1 or more 1 1
5 and onward 1 or more 1 or more 1 1

Pets should not stroll on counters or table. They should eat out of their own dishes, not yours. They should not sleep on your bed. The bedroom should be off limits to pets. Don't kiss your pets. Wash your hands after playing with your pet. NEVER, NEVER share food with your pet. Don't keep a cat box in the house; install a cat door. Indoor cat boxes produce an airbourn infectious blood disease called Autoplasmosis. Wear a dust-mask when you change the cat box.  lf you have a sandbox for the children, buy new sand from a lumber yard and keep it covered.

Don't eat in a restaurant where they sweep the carpet while you are eating (the dust has parasite eggs tracked in from outside). Never let a child crawl on the sidewalk or the floor of a public building. Wash children's hands before eating. Eat "finger" foods with a fork. If feasible, leave shoes at the door. When eating at a buffet, cover serving utinsels with a clean napkin when getting your food to avoid transferance of infectious diseases and parasites. You don't know where other peoples hands have been, and if you notice they never wash their hands before they eat.

Solvents are just as bad for your pet as for you. Most flavored pet foods are polluted with solvents such as carbon tetrachloride, benzene, isopropyl alcohol, wood alcohol, etc. Don't buy flavored pet food. Pets add a great deal to human lives. Get rid of the parasites, not the pets, unless you are ill.


Health Hazards Of Dog Waste

Statement from Municipality of
Anchorage website - Animal Care
& Control Center - Scoop The Poop
http://www.muni.org/Healthmsd/animal.cfm#scoop

"You can be cited for violating care
and sanitation laws if the waste is allowed to build up in your own yard, which often creates an unpleasant and unsanitary nuisance to neighbors".
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Not only is dog waste messy,
unsightly, smelly, and bothersome,
but it also creates a serious health hazard if not dealt with properly. Worms and viruses such as roundworm, tapeworm, ringworm, whip worm, and the deadly parvo virus are all transmitted through dog feces.

We will rid your property of offensive, unsightly, and dangerous dog waste. 

Roundworms 

                   

Look something like rubber bands in the dog waste. Of course, sometimes dogs actually do eat and subsequently eliminate rubber bands, but you can see the difference if you look closely. If we find one or more
roundworms in a dogs feces, whether the worms are still alive or dead, we will notify the animal's owner. Sometimes a worm treatment will result in elimination of several dead roundworms but it's still a good idea to check with the dog owner just to make sure that she/he knows what's
happening.

Ascaris lumbricoides is the largest nematode (roundworm) parasitizing the human intestine. Immature or adult A.lumbricoides are sometimes passed in stools. Adult males measure 15-30 cm in length by 0.3-0.8 cm in diameter and have a ventrally curved tail; adult females measure 20-35 cm in length by 0.5 cm in diameter.
Adult worms live in the lumen of the small intestine. A female may produce approximately 200,000 eggs per day, which are passed with the feces.
Unfertilized eggs may be ingested but are not infective. Fertile eggs embryonate and become infective after 18 days to several weeks , depending on the environmental conditions (optimum: moist, warm, shaded soil). After infective eggs are swallowed , the larvae hatch , invade the intestinal mucosa, and are carried via the portal, then systemic circulation to the lungs . The larvae mature further in the lungs (10 to 14 days), penetrate the alveolar walls,
ascend the bronchial tree to the throat, and are swallowed . Upon reaching the small intestine, they develop into adult worms . Between 2 and 3 months are required from ingestion of the infective eggs to oviposition by the adult female. Adult worms can live 1 to 2 years.
Geographic Distribution: The most common human helminthic infection. Worldwide distribution. Highest prevalence in tropical and subtropical regions, and areas with inadequate sanitation. Occurs in rural areas of the southeastern United States.

Tapeworms             

                

In dogs may sometimes be detected by observing segments of the worms or the parasites eggs, resembling grains of brown rice, in the dog waste. Especially warm weather, you will very frequently see small, white, fat, rice sized creatures in the waste. These are not tapeworms eggs; they are the larvae of flies (maggots) that hatch from eggs laid in the waste after it is eliminated. Newly eliminated, live tapeworms segments can be white, fat, and wiggly. To tell them apart from maggots you can look closely in see that they are carrot-shaped.
The cestodes (tapeworms) Taenia saginata (beef tapeworm) and Taenia solium (pork tapeworm). T.saginata may measure 9 m (27 ft), whereas T.solium may reach 6 m (18 ft). Taeniasis occurs when raw or undercooked unfrozen beef (T.saginata) or pork (T.solium) are eaten. T. solium can also cause cysticercosis.
Humans are the only definitive hosts for Taenia saginata and Taenia solium. Eggs or gravid proglottids are passed with feces ; the eggs can survive for days to months in the environment. Cattle (T. saginata) and pigs (T. solium) become infected by ingesting vegetation contaminated with eggs or gravid proglottids . In the animal's intestine, the oncospheres hatch , invade the intestinal wall, and migrate to the striated muscles, where they develop into cysticerci. A cysticercus can survive for several years in the animal. Humans become infected by ingesting raw or undercooked infected meat . In the human intestine, the cysticercus develops over 2 months into an adult tapeworm, which can survive for years. The adult tapeworms attach to the small intestine by their scolex and reside in the small intestine . Length of adult worms is usually 5 m or less for T. saginata (however it may reach up to 25 m) and 2 to 7 m for T. solium. The adults produce proglottids which mature, become gravid, detach from the tapeworm, and migrate to the anus or are passed in the stool (approximately 6 per day). T. saginata adults usually have 1,000 to 2,000 proglottids, while T. solium adults have an average of 1,000 proglottids. The eggs contained in the gravid proglottids are released after the proglottids are passed with the feces. T. saginata may produce up to 100,000 and T. solium may produce 50,000 eggs per proglottid respectively.
Geographic Distribution: Both species are worldwide in distribution. Taenia solium is more prevalent in poorer communities where humans live in close contact with pigs and eat undercooked pork, and in very rare in Muslim countries.

Whipworms

               

The unembryonated eggs are passed with the waste. In the soil, the eggs develop into a 2-cell stage , an advanced cleavage stage , and then they  embryonate ; eggs become infective in 15 to 30 days. After ingestion (soil-contaminated hands or food), the eggs hatch in the small intestine, and release larvae that mature and establish themselves as adults in the colon . The adult worms (approximately 4 cm in length) live in the cecum and ascending colon. The adult worms are fixed in that location, with the anterior portions threaded into the mucosa. The females begin to oviposit 60 to 70 days after infection. Female worms in the cecum shed between 3,000 and 20,000 eggs per day. The life span of the adults is about 1 year.
Geographic Distribution: The third most common roundworm of humans. Worldwide, with infections more frequent in areas with tropical weather and poor sanitation practices, and among children. It is estimated that 800 million people are infected worldwide. Trichuriasis occurs in the southern United States.

Blood in the Stool

Can be an indication of a very serious health problem. If we find blood in a dog's waste, we will notify the owner asap in order that a veterinarian may be consulted right away. The color of the blood: red blood or dark, nearly black blood in the stool indicate problems in different parts of the digestive tract.

How Our Yard Odor Eliminator Service Works

Quickly destroys offensive odors at the source. Our formula is not a masking agent and does not leave a disinfectant smell. Safe for use on grass, plants, shrubs, patios, patio furniture, kennels, dog runs, swing sets, fences and block walls. It's safe for use around children and pets.

Ingredients: Alkyl Dimethyl Benzylammonium Chloride.

We just connect our sprayer to your garden hose and spray the formula directly on the yard or object to be deodorized. 

Manufacturer's 100% Guarantee.

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