Scoopy Doo Script Reading!

Posted by on Aug 11, 2016 in Uncategorized |

Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service, the premier waste removal service in the Tri-State  area, is proud to announce that it recently presented the first script reading of  the  screenplay TURDHERDER! THE MOVIE.   TURDHERDER!  is a wild, raucous, hilariously inappropriate comedy about the messy but marvelous world of dog do.   It’s based on the true-life comic exploits of Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service’s owner and founder, the King of Poop himself, Jim Coniglione.  Things are definitely moving forward with this down-to-earth poop-scooping extravaganza!                               Actors reading the screenplay “Turdherder! The Movie!” TURDHERDER! THE MOVIE had its first official table read at the Shetler Studios in NYC on July 27, 2016.  The script reading starred a knockout cast of some of New York’s best young actors, and the performance had the small invited audience in stitches as the wild wacky saga of life in the poop-scooping world  sprang to life.                                         Jim Coniglione surrounded by a starry cast Leading the cast was Joe Cummings as Jake Walsh, the reluctant turdherder, and Joshua Zisholtz as Phil “Scoop” Scopetti, the proud owner of the premier pet waste removal service on Long Island.  Also featured were Joanna Keylock as Vanessa, Jennifer Jiles as Karen, Jacob Berger as Mikey Coach and Peter Plano in a number of hilarious roles.   Rounding out the cast was Liz Peace, Mark Lobene, Stephanie Iscovitiz, and Kerri Kenny Clegg.  Stage directions were read by Ali Mierzijewski.                                               Jim Coniglione with actor Peter Plano The script reading was put together by Donna Grossman Casting, of Manhattan.  Screenwriters Jim Coniglione and Frederick Stroppel were present to take notes and enjoy the show. The brain trust of the script reading: Donna Grossman, Frederick Stroppel, Jim Coniglione, Kathy Coniglione, Anne Louise Bono  Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service is enormously proud of this first film venture, and already has more story ideas in the pipeline.  There’s no end of poop stories available – they just keep coming!  In the meantime, following up on the success of this initial read, a second reading for backers and industry folk is planned for the fall.  Stay...

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SCOOPY DOO and TURDHERDER!

Posted by on Aug 11, 2016 in Uncategorized |

Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service, the premier waste removal service in the Tri-State  area, is proud to announce that it’s branching out into a whole new arena – the film world – with the hilarious poop-scooping screenplay TURDHERDER! TURDHERDER!  is a wild, raucous, hilariously inappropriate comedy about the messy but marvelous world of dog do   It’s based on the true-life comic exploits of Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Servicec’s owner and founder, the King of Poop himself, Jim Coniglione.  The story involves Jake Walsh,  an executive who loses his job in Manhattan and takes a job with his old friend Phil “Scoop” Scopetti.  Scoop runs a scooping service on Long Island (yup, he’s a thinly-disguised version of Jim himself!).  Scoop introduces Jake  to the finer points of the business: how to scoop the poop, how to negotiate cranky homeowners and horny housewives, how to keep snarling dogs at bay. There’s an art to turdherding, and Scoop is one of the great practitioners of the form. Jake is no natural to the job, and his growth process is punctuated by many a misstep (a bucket of turds falls in the pool, a malfunctioning machine strafes a country club with poop pellets, etc) But eventually Jake hits his stride, and he and Scoop make a great team, with exciting plans for the future.   However, when he gets an offer to return to his old job, Jake has to make a momentous decision: return to the world he knows, or follow his bliss as a super scooper? The script of TURDHERDER! is by screenwriter Frederick Stroppel and Jim Coniglione. It’s a rollicking, fast-paced comedy filled with earthy (literally) scatological humor and a crew of wacky characters, guaranteed to appeal to the 12-year-old in all of us.  Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service is proud to be a part of this exciting project.  For more info, check out the Turdherder! website.   And of course, if you need any scooping services, make sure you call Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service at...

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COON CENTRAL AT SCOOPY DOO!

Posted by on Apr 20, 2016 in Uncategorized |

Coon Alert! Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Services has always been a dog (and dog-owner’s) best friend – you won’t find another business that is more hound-centric than Scoopy Doo.  But we are more than just puppies and poodles.  Scoopy Doo is actively involved in cooperative ventures with animal shelters, pet stores, and pet-grooming salons, as well as community outreach – we’re one of the sponsors of Glen Cove’s annual Howl-o-ween Pet Parade – all with an eye to providing the best in animal welfare.  And now Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Services has officially become Coon Central! Every night at owner Jim Coniglione’s house in Glen Cove, as the twilight begins to fall, a gang of amiable raccoons gathers on the back porch to share a meal with Big Jim.  His backyard borders the Garvies Point Nature Preserve, and over the years a raccoon or two has wandered in under the fence to grab a discarded hot dog bun or a corn cob.  Jim, always the animal lover, started feeding the hungry little guys, and now he has a nightly posse of raccoons massing around his back door every night.  On peak nights he has counted 19 to 20! What does he feed them?   What passes for Coon Cuisine?   Well, dry dog food and cat food at first, but then he began to expand their palates, offering them pizza slices, bagels, spaghetti, cannolis…even Easter peeps!   The raccoons love it all – after eating garbage most of the time, this has been a huge culinary upgrade.  Jim has gotten to know the raccoons so well, he’s given them distinctive names:  Don Cheech, Fredo, Clemenza, Tessio, Frankie Five- Angels, Lucabrazzi…sound familiar?  It’s a reincarnation of Corleones. Even one-eyed Moe Green makes an appearance on Jim’s porch.  So next time you think Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Services is just about dogs, remember that coons gotta eat (and poop), too! By the way, if you’re in need of Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Services, call us at...

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SCOOPY DOO COOKS YOUR GOOSE!

Posted by on Apr 20, 2016 in Uncategorized |

Goose waste alert! Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service is, as our name suggests, a company dedicated to the cleaning and disposal of canine waste from our yards and lawns – indeed, we are the premier such service on Long Island and Westchester.  Over the years we have refined this process into an absolute science, with our patented buckets and grid-pattern yard coverage.  Owner Jim Coniglione has overseen the development of Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service over the years and managed every aspect of it with care and affection, and he is justifiably proud of what he has accomplished. But dog waste is not our only focus – Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service also removes goose waste from our parks and larger yards.  The many estates and public spaces on Long Island have been targeted for years by the omnipresent Canada geese – their conical droppings have ruined many a picnic and golf outing.  Fortunately, Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service has many weapons in its arsenal to combat goose waste, including our own invention, the GSS 1000 Turbo Goose Vacuum and Smart Sweep System. Goose waste may strike one as an almost comical situation, but there are some very serious problems associated with it.  Canada Goose waste carries a high level of bacteria such as E-Coli and Salmonella.  When in contact with skin it can cause a severe rash and other skin conditions.  This is of great concern to parents and property owners.  And keep in mind that dogs will also eat goose poop, and they too can develop E-Coli.    You don’t want your family dog to become victim to this potentially fatal virus. So if you have a goose waste situation, call Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service ar 516-676-0083.  Your kids will thank you, your neighbors will thank you, and your precious dogs will keep that healthy wag in their tails.  It’s all...

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Scoopy Doo Goes Buggy!

Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 in Uncategorized |

Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Services is proud to announce a new and exciting addition to the Scoopy Doo fleet of state-of-the-art scooping trucks.It’s the Scoopy Doo Dune Buggy!    It proudly joins the ranks of the Scoopy Doo elite trucks, alongside Black Betty, Purple Haze, Whitey, and the rest of the crew.  Rescued from the dump heap by the ever astute and far-sighted owner of Scoopy Doo, Jim Coniglione, the Dune Buggy has been restored and refitted by Scoopy Doo’s ace mechanic and magician, Jose, to a degree unheard-of.  This baby can now prowl the streets of Nassau County, from the Gold Coast to the South Shore, like a copper cougar, and make poop-scooping the essence of cool.  So if you want your yard serviced in style, order this sporty stream-lined mean machine to do the trick! Just kidding.  This Dune Buggy is for Jim Coniglione’s personal use only.  Let’s face it,  it’s not really practical for the needs of a poop-scooping service.   No place for the buckets, no place for the rakes. And why would you want bags of dog poop bouncing around in your vintage vehicle?    But don’t worry, Scoopy Doo still has plenty of trucks to take care of everyone’s poop-scooping needs.  Scoopy Doo Dog Waste Removal Service has always prided itself on having the most efficient, eye-catching trucks in the business, combining comical slogans (“We take a lotta crap from our customers!” and “No poo on your shoe!”) with tasteful, integrated designs.  And the Scoopy logo – our mascot Stinkfoot chasing a bouncing turd with a shovel – has become an endearing symbol of our dedication to the job at hand.  So when you need a delicate job done, Scoopy Doo should be the one you call, at 516-676-0083.   And maybe, just maybe, Jim will come tooling up in his famous dune buggy to scope out the job....

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