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Scoop the Poop

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Scoop the Poop

Dog waste left on the ground is more than smelly and unsightly, it poses a health risk for pets and people, especially children, and pollutes our creeks and lakes.

Dog poop that has not been picked up can be washed into storm drains or into nearby waterways. Pet waste can be a major source of bacteria and parasites. And it is not very fun to step in—ever. So, whether you walk your dog on public streets or let your dog roam your back yard, remember to scoop the poop.

It's the Law
Scooping your pet's waste is not only neighborly and a way to help keep your pet healthy, it's also the law. Learn more about the animal feces ordinance here.

Simply put, scoop the poop every time, everywhere. You make the difference!



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