will begin our service by setting up an appointment
with you to take a walk through your yard to establish
a schedule that fits your needs as well as your pets.
This walk through is free, however the initial clean-up
will be quoted at this time since pet waste may have
built up for quite some time. After the intial cleaning,
you will follow the regular rate plan.
Cleaning will consist of a grid system walk through
of the entire yard. This will include the clean out
of any play spaces or sandboxes. The waste will be bagged
and hauled away for disposal.
All tools and shoes are disinfected after every treatment
to ensure the prevention and spread of diseases.
Clean Your Yard?
Not only is pet waste unsightly and stinky
but it is quite toxic. It can carry parasites and bacteria
• Roundworms: An intestinal worm that can cause
diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, dry hair and poor general
appearance in dogs or cats. In humans, children my run
the greatest risk of being infected because they play
in the dirt at the park or playground and put their
hands in their mouths or touch their eyes. They may
exhibit vomiting, diarrhea and poor appetite.
• Hookworms: More common in dogs than cats. These
parasites suck blood from the intestinal track causing
anemia, poor stamina, and appetite loss. Can cause what
is known as a "creeping eruption" in humans
if they were to run around barefoot on a lawn that has
infected dog matter. This parasite may burrow in the
skin causing an extremely itchy, red, linear lesion.
• Whipworms: Often seen in more dogs than cats.
Adult whipworms look like tiny pieces of thread with
one end enlarged. Not usually seen with the naked eye,
they can cause chronic weight loss in dogs-look for
mucous covered stool as a sign of possible whipworm
• Tapeworms: Do not show up well in fecal analyses,
but you may be able to spot them on the fur of the pet
under his tail. They are transmitted to dogs and cats
that ingest fleas or hunt wildlife and rodents that
have fleas. They look like pieces of rice or confetti.
Many times they are seen attached to the pet’s
fur near the tail. These are not as readily transmitted
• Canine Parvovirus: A viral disease of the dogs.
Affects puppies more frequently than adult dogs. Causes
bloody, watery diarrhea, depression and suppression
of the white blood cells which may lead to death. Parvo
can live up to six months in the yard or home so it
is important to keep your yard clean to avoid the spread
of this virus. There is no cure and a recovered dog
may become infected again.
• Canine Coronavirus: Similar to the Parvovirus
but can affect older dogs as well. Symptoms include
fever, loss of appetite, vomiting and diarrhea. It is
not transferable to humans but highly contagious to
• Giardia: Single celled organisms commonly found
in the intestines of many animals. They may exhibit
actual diarrhea, bloody or mucous covered stool often
accompanied by gas production. May be transmitted to
humans who can exhibit the same symptoms.