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Love Dogs? We Just Might Have A Job For You!

Love Dogs? We Just Might Have A Job For You!

That’s right, Scoop Soldiers is hiring a Lawn Technician in our Dallas branch. Here’s the scoop: Scoop Soldiers is a top-rated professional pet waste removal services company. We currently serve seven markets in the southwest and we’re growing rapidly. We provide weekly dog poop scooping services to residential clients.

Here’s what you can expect from Scoop Soldiers:
– Weekly pay
– An established route
– Great exercise; no desk job here!
– A company truck
– Salary ranging between $11 and $13/hour, depending on experience

Here’s what we expect from our Lawn Technicians:
– Must love dogs
– Comfortable working in all types of weather
– Self-motivated and able to work alone… other than when you get to visit with our furry clients
– Clean driving record and current license
– Reliable, responsible and detail-oriented
– Able to operate a GPS and life 40-50 lbs

You will be expected to pick up all dog poop from clients’ yards, bag the poop up, lock the gate behind you and haul the poop away. Weekly routes usually run during daylight hours, Monday through Friday. There may be an occasional Saturday route.

If you live in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, love dogs, want to work outside in the sun (and sometimes rain), and are looking to join a fast-growing, fun-loving company, then we would love to speak with you! Just visit our online application and send us your information: http://www.pooptroops.com/now-hiring

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You’re Invited: Sparta Pet Palazzo – Pooch Fall Fundraising Party

You’re Invited: Sparta Pet Palazzo – Pooch Fall Fundraising Party

On August 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey rushed the shore of south Texas, taking a catastrophic toll on the great city of Houston and leaving countless families and animals in need of assistance. In the wake of this devastating event, Plano-based cat and dog boarding and daycare facility, Sparta Pet Palazzo, will be holding a “Pooch Fall Fundraising Party”.

Located on Parker Road, Sparta Pet Palazzo provides a vast range of services, including boarding and grooming services for both cats and dogs, dog daycare, puppy training, and pet taxi services. With nearly 40,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor space, Sparta Pet Palazzo is a pet’s dream vacation when owners are away or working long hours.

In support of Houston SPCA, Sparta Pet Palazzo will be hosting the fundraising event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, September 30. For $10 per family (pups included), those attending can enjoy a doggy play area, dog bakery sale, and a dog parent’s bakery and food sale. You may even head home with a new furry friend from the event’s adoption center! A maximum of two dogs per family are allowed into the event, all Bordetella and rabies shots must be up to date, and a waiver agreement will need to be signed at the entrance.

Join Scoop Soldiers next weekend for some Fall fun with your pooch while benefiting an amazing cause. We look forward to seeing you!

And as always, if you’re looking for the top-rated pet waste removal services in your hometown of Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth , Houston, San Antonio, or Oklahoma City or Tulsa, and now the Phoenix Metro area, we would love for you to give Scoop Soldiers a call at (877) 930-POOP.

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Calling All Dallas Dog Owners: 5 “Paw-Fect” Dallas Dog Parks

Calling All Dallas Dog Owners: 5 “Paw-Fect” Dallas Dog Parks

While it may be time to say goodbye to another summer, there’s still plenty of time left to explore outside with your furry friends. Here in Dallas, we’re privileged to have sunny and cool temperatures through most of the fall and early winter season. So what better way to spend the day outside than at a dog park? From your traditional dog parks, to a more scenic or social option, we compiled a list of five “paw-fect” dog parks to visit in Dallas!

1. White Rock Lake Dog Park

White Rock Lake Dog Park is the ideal Dallas destination for four-legged friends and families. The park is separated into three play areas, with a double-gated fence around the entire park for extra safety. One play area is for big dogs, one is for little dogs and, to cool off, one play area features waterfront lake access and a fenced-in swimming zone. The park is closed each Monday for maintenance.

2. NorthBark Park

With more than 22 acres for off-leash play in North Dallas, NorthBark Park has plenty of room to let your pup run free. There are trails for exploring and an expansive lawn area. Water attractions include a “doggy beach,” a “doggy lake” and a “doggy pond.” Sounds fun for a hot fall day, right? Best of all, there are doggy showers to clean up after your adventures. NorthBark Park is closed on Tuesdays and on rainy days.

3. Mutts Canine Cantina

Not your usual dog park, Mutts Canine Cantina is truly a treat for dogs and their owners. Located in Uptown Dallas, Mutts has a dog park, a bar and a restaurant. The dog park is separated into two areas for small and large dogs. While your dog is busy running around with other furry friends, you can enjoy a nice cold beer, a milkshake or a burger on the patio. Mutts even offers dog “pawty” services, a party hosted for your pooch’s birthday or special occasion.

4. My Best Friend’s Park

Located in Klyde Warren Park in Downtown Dallas, My Best Friend’s Park is a great space for furry friends who want to explore the city. Dogs can be off-leash, to play with others or jump through the many water fountains. You’re also able to hang with your dog in the open spaces of Klyde Warren Park, sit at a park bench and grab something from the food trucks, but pups must remain on a leash when not in My Best Friend’s Park area.

5. Wagging Tail Dog Park

Wagging Tail Dog Park is a 6.9 acre off-leash park with an amazing observation deck that offers views of White Rock Creek and a waterfall. Fencing throughout the park marks play areas in and out of the sun, and for both big and small dogs. Also, there is a walking trail throughout the property. It’s closed on rainy days and on Mondays for maintenance.

What are your favorite Dallas dog parks? While we may not be able to join you on your adventure to the park, we love to visit your pups in their own backyard! Schedule a free poop scooping service at www.pooptroops.com and allow us to rid your yard of pet waste!

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The Most Spook-tacular Dog Costumes for Halloween

The Most Spook-tacular Dog Costumes for Halloween

As you add the final touches to your spooky costumes this season, don’t forget about your four-legged sidekick! Whether they strut their stuff for hours or only give you time to grab a semi-blurry Instagram shot, there’s no denying Halloween wouldn’t be complete without adorably costumed pets. Check out our top looks below to inspire you and your pup to dress to impress this Howl-oween!

Hot Dog

Let’s be honest, Halloween isn’t Halloween until you see a pup dressed as an adorable, little hot dog. Considered a costume classic, there’s no better way to bring a little “pun” to the table this holiday season than squeezing your pooch between two buns and some ketchup!

Superman

It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s Superdog! While your furry friend may not be the Man of Steel himself, we know he’s a superhero in your heart. Show him how much he saves the day with a heroic Superman ensemble!

Dorothy – The Wizard of Oz

As if Marnie the Dog ever disappoints, she certainly wins a round of appl-oz for this Dorothy inspired get up! Dress your pup in a gingham dress and optional brown wig and hit the yellow brick road in style!

Starbucks Coffee

Pug-in spice and everything nice, that’s what Doug the Pug is made of! Perfect for DIY-ers, your four-legged pal is sure to get a latte love dressed up in this Starbucks inspired gear.

Looking for a boo-tiful backyard free of pet waste? If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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The History of Pit Bulls

The History of Pit Bulls

Pit Bulls have been given a bad reputation over time, being deemed as aggressive and dangerous animals. However, if you look at their breeding history, you’ll find they’re designed to be the exact opposite. In honor of Pit Bull Awareness Month and Pit Bull Awareness Day on October 28th, we’re shedding some light on the history of the breed.

History

Pit Bulls are not one specific breed, but rather a category of breeds, including the likes of American Pit Bull Terriers, Staffordshire Terriers and American Bullies. Originally, they were created by breeding bulldogs and terriers together in an effort to combine the agility of a terrier with the strength of a bulldog. This breed gained popularity in the 1800s through a sport called “bull baiting,” a bloody, ruthless exercise which consisted of tying a bull to a stake, giving him 30 feet to move, and releasing dogs in an attempt to injure the bull. After bull baiting became illegal in 1835, the public popularized dogfighting, as it was easier to hide from law enforcement.

Over the years, many families brought home beloved Pit Bulls to protect the family and help with farm jobs. Interestingly enough, while these dogs were bred for strength and agility, they were also bred to be extremely gentle with humans. Famous dogs, including , helped create a favorable national opinion of the breed. Bud was the sidekick to Horatio Nelson Jackson and participated in the first cross-country road trip in 1903. To this day, Bud’s goggles are on display at the Smithsonian American History Museum. By the turn of the 20th century, Pit Bulls were known as “America’s Dog.” So where did it all go wrong?

By the time the 1980s came around, dogfighting rose in popularity in the United States. Additionally, Pit Bulls who participated in dogfighting were more often than not victims of pet abuse. Seeing these dogs in spiked collars on street corners caused fear in most people, with nationally known magazines, such as Time, covering stories of Pit Bulls baring their teeth and unfavorable, breed-related statistics.

Pit Bulls Today

Thankfully, in recent years, people have joined the fight for Pit Bull safety and rights. High profile cases of those who abuse their pets and partake in dogfighting, including football player Michael Vick, created national awareness of these awful occurrences. Not only during Pit Bull Awareness Month, but every day, we must remember that these dogs were not bred or born to kill, are not monsters, and have the same capacity to love as any other breed. Give them a chance, and they can show you what loving, goofy, and intelligent creatures they really are!

Here at Scoop Soldiers, we love furry clients of all breeds and sizes, including beloved Pit Bulls. If you’re in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, San Antonio or Tulsa, contact us at (877) 930-POOP. Allow us to remove the dog waste so you can enjoy your pet and clean yard!

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Team Member Spotlight: Jared Cahill

Team Member Spotlight: Jared Cahill

Brotherly love takes on a new meaning when it comes to Scoop Soldiers. Meet Jared Cahill – Operations Manager and brother to Scoop Soldiers President, Josh Cahill. Originally a recruiter in the oil and gas industry, Jared never entertained the idea of teaming up with brother Josh until an opportunity arose in 2015. Read on to get the scoop about Jared, in and out of the field, and learn more about his role within the Scoop Soldiers squad!

  1. What is your role at Scoop Soldiers? I was brought on as the Sales Director, but have transitioned to more of a Customer Service/Operations/Process Improvement role in the last year and a half. I manage the office staff and operations for the markets outside of DFW and still have a major focus towards new sales.
  2. What is your favorite part about working for Scoop Soldiers? My favorite part of working for Scoop Soldiers is providing a service that helps create a clean and safe environment for our clients, dogs and families. I love when I get to see our Dog clients as well!
  3. List 3 words that describe Scoop Soldiers. Consistent, hardworking and trustworthy.
  4. What have you gained from working at Scoop Soldiers? I’ve had the opportunity to give resources and time to charities and other dog-focused groups like rescues, adoption centers, and the K-9 unit of the Austin Police Department. This is a part of my life that I have wanted to focus on and plan on continuing to give resources to deserving causes.
  5. What do you find the most challenging at Scoop Soldiers? Before Scoop Soldiers, I did recruiting mainly in oil and gas, but also for executive leadership, medical professionals, etc. With the tremendous growth and expansion we’ve experience at Scoop Soldiers, I’m able to put my recruiting skills to good use as we’ve quadrupled our employee count in two short years.
  6. Do you have any dogs of your own? If so, what breeds and what are their names? I have a dog named Henry that is a mix, possibly of retriever/lab/terrier. He’s brindle and very slim and tall.
  7. What are the top 3 items on your bucket list? If you work for Scoop Soldiers, when you hear the word bucket, you immediately think of the yellow scoop buckets we use. For some reason, pet waste removal services become engrained in your mind.
  8. What is something people would never guess you have to do in your job? As the “Sales Director,” most people don’t picture me out in the field scooping, but I do get out there whenever needed to ensure we meet the needs of all of our clients. I’ve seen it all in each of our markets from Oklahoma to Texas to Arizona.
  9. Did you ever think that you’d be working in a company alongside your brother, Josh? No, I never thought I would even work with Josh and it really never was discussed until 2015. I believed in the growth and opportunity of this industry and in the vision for Scoop Soldiers.
  10. If you could only drink one beer for the rest of your life, what would it be? I am not really a beer drinker, but if I had to pick one it would be Dos Equis. Stay Thirsty My Friend.

Let Jared and the Scoop Soldiers team free your backyard from pet waste. If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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The Ulti-mutt Holiday Gift Guide: Pet Edition

The Ulti-mutt Holiday Gift Guide: Pet Edition

Team Member Spotlight: Greg Lacy

Team Member Spotlight: Greg Lacy

It’s that time again. Team Member Spotlight time, that is! Meet German Shepherd owner and all-around puppy lover, Greg Lacy. As a Scoop Soldiers technician, Greg believes the biggest perk of the job is being able to work outside with so many adorable pups (can you blame him?!). Read on to get the full scoop about Greg and the role he plays here at Scoop Soldiers!

  1. What is your role at Scoop Soldiers?

Technician.

  1. What is your favorite part about working for Scoop Soldiers?

Being able to work outside and with so many awesome dogs is definitely the best part of the job.

  1. List 3 words that describe Scoop Soldiers.

Friendly, fun, and, once or twice a year in Texas, cold.

  1. What have you gained from working at Scoop Soldiers?

A lot of puppies as friends and a healthy tan.

  1. What do you find the most challenging at Scoop Soldiers?

Definitely the rain. It makes the job a lot more difficult!

  1. Do you have any dogs of your own?

Yes, I own two German Shepherds named Xeno and Walker.

  1. What is at the top of your bucket list?

I want to live on a mountain at some point. Either as a hermit or the owner of the mountain, I’d be fine with either!

  1. What is something people would never guess you have to do in your job?

I get to pet all the dogs I meet while on the job.

  1. If you could only drink one beer for the rest of your life, what would it be?

That’s a hard decision. If I had to pick, I’d say Blue Moon!

Let Greg and the Scoop Soldiers team free your backyard from pet waste. If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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Team Member Spotlight: Brad Duron

Team Member Spotlight: Brad Duron

It’s time for our next team member spotlight here at Scoop Soldiers. Meet Brad Duron – Scoop Soldiers’ Houston Supervisor. A true outdoorsman at heart, Brad is a loving father of four who takes pride in helping his clients enjoy their backyards. Read on to learn more about Brad and the role he plays at Scoop Soldiers!

  1. What is your favorite part about working for Scoop Soldiers?

I like knowing that I’m helping people get out and enjoy their backyards again. I love being outdoors, so that’s also a great part of the job.

  1. List 3 words that describe Scoop Soldiers.

Efficient, modern and caring.

  1. What have you gained from working at Scoop Soldiers?

I’ve gained a sense of pride in my work. Scoop Soldiers has really helped me grow as a person.

  1. What do you find the most challenging at Scoop Soldiers?

No two days are ever the same. Learning to roll with the punches and think on my feet has been an interesting challenge I’ve overcome during my time with Scoop Soldiers.

  1. Do you have any dogs of your own?

My family and I were actually looking into getting a basset hound when we found out my wife was pregnant with our 4th child, so we are going to wait until next year before we get a dog of our own!

  1. What are the top 3 items on your bucket list?

A happy, healthy family is at the top of my list. I would also love to have some acreage in Texas to retire on and an old truck I can tinker with in my spare time.

  1. What is something people would never guess you have to do in your job?

Most people don’t think of the other things that can be in yards besides dog poop. I’ve run into poisonous spiders, sink holes and multiple venomous snakes. You never know what to expect out there!

  1. If you could only drink one beer for the rest of your life, what would it be?

As much as I enjoy craft beers, I would have to pick good ol’ Lone Star beer.

Let Brad and the Scoop Soldiers team free your backyard from pet waste. If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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Famous Dogs We Love!

Famous Dogs We Love!

Throughout time, many dogs have risen to fame, through movies, social media, commercials or the Internet in general. While every dog is special in our book, we’ve picked a few of our favorites to share with you below! Learn more about these famous dogs who stole our hearts.

Tuna the Chiweenie

The first pup on our list is Tuna the Chiweenie. A mix between a Chihuahua and a Dachshund, Tuna was rescued in 2010 at a Farmers Market in Los Angeles as a four-month-old puppy. A year after Tuna’s adoption, his owner, Courtney, created the Instagram account @tunameltsmyheart. His exaggerated overbite and recessed jawline quickly caught the attention of Instagram users, skyrocketing him into doggy fame, collecting near 2 million followers to date.

Marnie the Dog

Marnie, a 16-year-old Shih Tzu who was adopted from a shelter at age 11, is definitely one of the most well-known Instagram pups. With over 2.1 million followers, Marnie is recognized for her tongue that is almost always hanging outside of her mouth, as well as her permanent head tilt due to a medical condition. She is known for her charming Instagram videos and is frequently photographed with adoring celebrities, including Ed Sheeran and Jimmy Kimmel.

Toto

How could we not put Toto on this list? Known for her adorable role in The Wizard of Oz, Toto, whose real name was Terry, was a Cairn Terrier born in the midst of the Great Depression. Her salary of $125 a week was frequently more than that of her fellow human co-stars of the time! Sadly, Terry died at the age of 11 in Hollywood, but there is a permanent memorial in her honor located at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.

Boo the Pomeranian

Boo was one of the first dogs to make it big on the Internet. With his Facebook page garnering 17 million likes, Boo has been featured on red carpets and has even been called “the cutest dog in the world!” His iconic, fluffy haircut is hard to miss, and he can frequently be seen getting into mischief on his Facebook page. He has even had several books written about him – we’d say that’s one successful pup!

While there are loads of famous furry faces out there, your four legged friends will always be our favorite! If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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Why Dog Poop Should Be Removed from Your Yard

Why Dog Poop Should Be Removed from Your Yard

Cleaning up after your dog is far from glamorous, but someone has to do it! Did you know that the majority of neighborhood pet problems stem from improper handling of pet waste? Consistent clean-up is necessary to keep you, your family and your community happy and healthy. Below we’ve highlighted some of the core dangers of leaving your dog’s droppings unattended.

Disease Prevention & Control

Contrary to popular belief, dog feces are not a lawn fertilizer and do not offer any benefit to your yard. In fact, your pet’s feces may contain multiple viruses and parasites, including hookworms, tapeworms, and campylobacteriosis, all of which are transferable to humans. Young children can particularly be at risk, as they enjoy playing in dirt where parasites often reside.

No One Likes a Poopy Yard

Make your yard more useable by picking up after your dog every 1-7 days, depending on the size and number of dogs in the household. If you’re afraid of using your yard for fear of stepping in some unexpected surprises, you will end up wasting one of the greatest assets of your home. Take advantage of your property by keeping it useable and mess-free.

Keep Your Water Clean

Dog feces have been ranked as high as third place on the list of contributors to contaminated water. Studies from the Environmental Protection Agency have shown two or three days’ worth of feces from a sample size of 100 dogs has the potential to cause enough bacteria to temporarily shut down large bodies of water within 20 miles. Don’t ruin a fun day at the lake for your community, be sure to pick up after your pup!

If the thought of picking up pet droppings is simply unbearable, let Scoop Soldiers do the dirty work for you. If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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Dog Friendly New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Dallas

Dog Friendly New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Dallas

Calling all “paw”-ty animals! We know you love your pooch like it’s your child, and leaving them alone to ring in the new year is the last thing you want to do. I mean, how do you resist those puppy eyes? (Hint: you can’t). That’s why we’re here to share the most pup-friendly NYE events around Dallas. Read on to get the scoop!

Klyde Warren Park

With just over five acres of urban landscape, Klyde Warren Park is a perfect place to bring in the new year with the whole family – dogs included! Whether you’re listening to the finest Bluegrass musicians in Texas at the Bluegrass Brunch or enjoying a flight or two of your favorite varietals at Expressions of the Vine, your pooch can be right by your side.

Vitruvian Lights

The most magical and wonderful time of the year is here, so spend it with your four-legged pal gazing at the prettiest lights around town at Vitruvian Park. With millions of sparkling LED lights wrapped around over 500 trees, we promise you won’t want to miss out on this “paw”-pertunity.

Prairie Lights

Let your furry best friend tag along while you enjoy more than four million lights, a Holiday Magic light show, walk through lighted displays and seasonal food at Prairie Lights, a two-mile stretch of festive fun! Your last chance to catch all the fun is on New Year’s Eve, so if you haven’t been, this is the night!

While you’re having a dog-gone great time this holiday season, let Scoop Soldiers rid your yard of pet waste landmines! If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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Scoop Soldiers Gift Card: The “Paw-fect” Christmas Present

Scoop Soldiers Gift Card: The “Paw-fect” Christmas Present

This holiday season, the weather outside might not yet be frightful, but the dog waste piling up outside your home is certainly far from delightful. If you’re scrambling for a last-minute gift idea or scouring the internet for a present to give that dog lover in your life, look no further than a Scoop Soldiers gift card!

Read on to get the scoop on our gift card options, a “paw-fect” gift for that special someone.

4 Weeks of Pet Waste Removal Services

That’s right, a whole month of relaxing by the fire rather than dreaded poop scooping! We’ll schedule your service on the same day each week, scoop up those landmines, and take them with us.

12 Weeks of Pet Waste Removal Services

Let your best friend take an extended holiday break from the worst chore of dog ownership! Good for 12 weekly poop scooping visits, waste haul away included!

26 Weeks of Pet Waste Removal Services

Mom’s list of “Post-Christmas Chores” will look much lighter after this scoop-tacular gift! Let her enjoy a glorious, waste-free yard for six whole months, with weekly visits, pet waste scooping, and haul away included!

Interested in giving the gift of a landmine-free yard? Contact us today to get started! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure the yard is clear of waste so the entire family (pups included) has a clean space to run and play this season!

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5 Dog-Friendly Human Foods for Fido

5 Dog-Friendly Human Foods for Fido

When you’re in the kitchen cooking or eating a snack, do you have a little beggar by your feet, helplessly waiting for scraps? Many dog owners worry about giving their pets human food that may be harmful (looking at you, chocolate and grapes). We recently wrote a blog on all the dangerous foods to keep away from your furry friends, here.

Now, we’ve put together a list of “people-foods” that will keep both you and your pet happy and healthy!

1. Peanut Butter Is the Perfect Snack for Your Pet

Peanut butter contains many healthy natural fats and vitamins that can benefit both you and your pups. Plus, pets love it! Try stuffing your dog’s bone or toy with peanut butter to keep them occupied for hours!

2. Cheese Is a Healthy Medicine-Hiding Treat

Low-fat cheese is a tasty and wholesome snack for any furry friend. If your pet takes any pill-form medications, one sneaky way to ensure they swallow is to roll the pill into a ball of cheese, making medicine a tasty chore! As always, don’t go overboard with feeding your pup dairy. A little goes a long way.

3. Carrots are Loaded with Vitamin A for Fido

Carrots are the perfect healthy treat for your canine! Not only are they loaded with vitamin A and beta-carotene, they’re great for improving eyesight and maintaining healthy teeth in dogs.

4. Pups Love Crunchy Apples

An apple a day keeps the stink away! If your pooch has a case of stinky-breath, one way to refresh the smell is sliced apples. Pups love this crunchy snack! Just make sure the seeds are removed before giving it to your furry friend – they can easily become a choking hazard.

5. Oatmeal Provides Nutritious Fiber

A lot of dog foods on the market contain oatmeal for the beneficial fiber. If your pup needs to gain weight or is having trouble poopin’, oatmeal makes for a great solution!

While you and your pup share an afternoon snack, allow the Scoop Soldiers team to free your yard from pet waste. If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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Valentine’s Day “Treats” for Your Pup

Valentine’s Day “Treats” for Your Pup

Make this Valentine’s Day not only about your two legged love, but your four legged pal as well! Spread the love and show your furry friends how amazing you truly think they are with these adorable gifts below! From accessories and clothes to toys and treats, your pet will certainly be feeling the love this Valentine’s Day.

Red Heart Headband

Get your pup in the Valentine’s Day spirit with an adorable heart headband. The soft neck strap helps the band stay secure, so your pooch will be stealing the show all day long!

Valentine Dog Sweater

Available in sizes extra small to large, this Valentine’s Day sweater is the perfect gift for your four-legged Valentine during the cold, winter months!

Heart Shaped Rope Toy

Have a rope-loving pupper? The only thing your pal will love more than this heart shaped rope toy are the endless games of fetch that will follow!

XO Gourmet Dog Treats

Baked with love, this doggie gift basket is a must-have for any beloved pup this Valentine’s season. What’s better than treating your loveable baby to a basket full of delicious treats? It will truly make your pet feel special!

While you and your pups are out playing with their new heart shaped rope toys, let Scoop Soldiers do the dirty work! If you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, or the Phoenix Metro area, contact us today to schedule your first poop scooping! As the top-rated pet waste removal company in the southwest, we’ll make sure your yard is clear of landmines so you, your kids and your dog all have a clean space to run and play.

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Scoop Soldiers Expands to Atlanta!

Scoop Soldiers Expands to Atlanta!

Your top-rated pooper scooper in the southwest is heading to Georgia’s capital to help dog owners of the south keep their yards landmine-free. Our pet waste removal services will launch in mid-April, but call now at 877-930-POOP to schedule your poop scooping service!

So what exactly do we do? Scoop Soldiers is a professional pet waste removal services company. Our technicians are uniformed, highly trained, background checked and will arrive in a company vehicle. You can count on us to scoop the poop for up to four dogs for one low price. When we’re finished, we’ll lock your gate and send you a photo (where applicable), along with a message confirming our mission has been accomplished.

All of our services are backed with our 100% Iron-Clad, Money Back Guarantee. We want you to be thrilled with our service . . . so absolutely delighted, you will recommend us to your friends and neighbors. Nothing is more important to us than your complete satisfaction.

If you live in Atlanta, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Marietta, Smyrna, Dunwoody, Brookhaven, Mableton, Peachtree Corners, East Point, Redan, Milton, Douglasville, Kennesaw, Chamblee, Lawrenceville, Tucker, Duluth, Stockbridge, Woodstock, Candler-McAfee, Acworth, Cartersville, Union City, Decatur, North Druid Hills, Forest Park, North Decatur, Lithia Springs, Belvedere Park, Druid Hills, College Park or Powder Springs, then call us now to schedule your pooper scooper service! 877-930-POOP

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UP TO 4 DOGS INCLUDED.

3X
WEEKLY

$14.99

PER VISIT

2X
WEEKLY

$16.99

PER VISIT

1X
WEEKLY

$18.99

PER VISIT

EVERY 2
WEEKS*

$24.99

PER VISIT

ONE TIME
CLEAN

$79.99

AND UP

* Every 2 Week Service Is Limited To Two Dogs

All of our services are backed with our 100% Iron-Clad, Money Back Guarantee. We want you to be thrilled with our service . . . so absolutely delighted, you will recommend us to your friends and neighbors. You are the judge; if our work is not excellent, we will re-do it for FREE. Nothing is more important to us than your complete satisfaction.

WHY SCOOP SOLDIERS?

First Visit Free
Up To 4 Dogs Included
Picture Of Your Secured Gate Emailed After Each Visit
We Take The Waste With Us
Free Call In Advance Of Visit
Trained, Uniformed, Background Checked Techs That Love Dogs
No Contracts
No Pre-Payments
Marked Trucks
Thousands Of Happy Clients
If You Are Not Happy, You Don't Pay

OUR EXPANDING BATTLEFIELD

At Scoop Soldiers, we’re all about our (and your!) four legged “fur”iends! That’s why we offer Scoop Soldiers services for residential and commercial areas, such as doggy daycares, dog boarding facilities, apartment complexes, and hotels, within:

Atlanta
Houston
San Antonio
Austin
Las Vegas
Scottsdale
Colorado Springs
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Dallas / Fort Worth
Orlando
Tampa
Denver
Phoenix
Scoop Soldiers Service Area

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12 Weekly Visits

26 Weekly Visits

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