Napa, CA, May 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Stacey and Jacob Lloyd, co-owners of Napa Valley Poop Patrol, is donating four free dog waste cleanings to any Napa Valley household who adopt a dog from a local shelter or rescue organization.
This campaign is actually the first by Napa Valley Poop Patrol for the residents of Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Sonoma. Stacey Lloyd explains her interest in giving back to the community that she serves, “I have four rescue dogs of my own. I believe it is important to give loving homes to the millions of wonderful dogs in our shelters and rescue organizations that so desperately need our love and care. I hope that our free service will encourage potential dog owners to go to our shelters and rescues to find their next family member rather than buying from a breeder.” Jacob Lloyd adds, “Our service is a great convenience to dog ownership just as dog walkers and groomers offer. Plus, our free offer will help new dog owners with the transition.”
The offer of four free dog waste cleanings applies to residents of Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Sonoma who have yards ¼ acre or less and can show proof of the adoption within 30 days of the date the service begins. Napa Valley Poop Patrol opens its doors on June 1, 2015. Adopters should contact Napa Valley Poop Patrol via website at www.nvpooppatrol.com or via phone at (707) 312-8009.
Napa Valley Poop Patrol is a licensed, bonded and insured family-owned business that provides professional dog waste cleanup and removal service to dog lovers in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Sonoma. For more information, visit www.nvpooppatrol.com or call (707) 312-8009.