We’re having an unusually mild winter this year on the East Coast, and as the weather persists, Scoopy Doo, Long Island’s premier pet waste removal service, is reminding pet owners to keep their yards clean, to prevent the buildup of canine fecal matter that can be harmful to both pets and humans. Scoopy Doo, which provides regular yard cleaning services for dog owners on Long Island and the greater tri-state area, is urging its customers to take proactive steps to maintain a clean and healthy outdoor environment for their pets.
The owner of Scoopy Doo, Jim Coniglione, says that pet owners may mistakenly believe that because it’s winter, and traditionally not a time to be outdoors, they can neglect cleaning up after their pets. Some of our customers even discontinue their service during the winter and return in the spring, when the snow thaws. But so far there’s been no appreciable snow to speak of, and the dog poop is out in the open. And because it’s been so mild, the pet waste can accumulate and lead to problems such as unpleasant odors, flies, and other insects, and the spread of harmful bacteria and parasites.
To help prevent these issues, Scoopy Doo is offering advice and guidance to customers on how to keep their yards clean during the winter months. This includes picking up dog poop regularly, using natural products to control odor, and regularly sanitizing any areas where pet waste has been left for an extended period of time.
For you pet owners who are too busy or unable to clean their yards themselves, Scoopy Doo is offering its professional services to help out. The company’s trained technicians use specialized equipment and techniques to thoroughly clean and sanitize yards, leaving them clean and safe for pets and humans alike.
Coniglione emphasized the importance of maintaining a clean yard year-round, regardless of the weather conditions. “We want to help pet owners understand that responsible pet ownership means cleaning up after their animals, no matter what the weather is like,” he said. “Our goal is to help keep pets healthy and happy, while also promoting a cleaner and safer community for all.”