Premier Dog Waste Removal Service Now Servicing the Palos Verdes Peninsula and San Pedro

The USDA estimates that the average dog poops roughly 274 pounds of waste a year, and unbeknownst to many, the waste left untreated may slowly seep into our water supply through runoff and seepage. Doodie Fresh, LLC, south bay’s dog waste removal service is the premier business dedicated exclusively to cleaning up yards and complexes for residences and businesses of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and San Pedro.

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, June 28, 2010 --( With everybody’s busy schedule, it’s becoming harder and harder to find that extra bit of time to do the things they really want to do. One of the parents is busy making the kids breakfast, the other is anxiously waiting to drop them off at school, not to mention after school’s soccer practice and music recital, who has time left to walk the dog, let alone clean up after him. These are things the average family faces each day.

According to the American Pet Products Manufacturing Association, four in 10 U.S. households include at least one dog. With the average dog pooping 274 pounds of waste a year, this number is staggering to our environment if the waste were left untreated. And with everybody’s busy schedule, who wants to deal with this issue. Doodie Fresh, LLC eliminates the stress associated with this task by picking up the “doo” that the dog left behind.

The desire for hassle-free pet ownership can be had with just a simple phone call or a click of a mouse. The best part, it’s about the cost of an average lunch out.

“We understand that our clients have much better things to do with their precious and limited time, so we help free up their time by making the unsightly task of dog waste removal our profession. Doodie Fresh’s affordable weekly rates start at only $9/visit (based on multiple visit discounts).” states Founder Lisa Chin.

Pet waste left behind also poses serious health risks. Dogs step in it, play in it, smell it, and sometimes eat it. Serious diseases can be transmitted via dog to dog, and dog to human including E. Coli and Salmonella.

“Many people believe that dog waste is a natural fertilizer.” says Chin, “It’s Not!” “Dog waste not only has a bad odor, but it’s bacteria-filled that is harmful to humans – especially children – and they should never be exposed to it.”

In addition to clean up, Doodie Fresh, LLC also provides a free, complimentary deodorizer spray addition to neutralize the odors of urine and dog waste on walkways and decks, if needed.

Doodie Fresh, LLC
Lisa Chin