A: Most don't realize dog waste is an environmental hazard. It is also a source for human disease, especially for children. According to the CDC there are numerous infections that can be spread from dogs to humans through their poop. https://www.cdc.gov/healthypets/pets/dogs.html
Dog poop left in your yard may disappear after a few rainfalls, but the hazards can still lie in the soil beneath, where infectious materials can re-infect a human or another pet long after the poop is gone. Help minimize the risk to yourself, your pets and your family. Let Call of Doody LLC help you maintain a cleaner, healthier yard!
A: Call of Doody LLC provides service to many locations in and around the Lansing area. We currently provide weekly and twice per week scooper service in DeWitt, East Lansing, Haslett, Okemos and parts of Lansing.
We now provide one time clean ups to the areas of Williamston, Grand Ledge, Holt and Mason but at a premium rate.
A: Call of Doody LLC has been doing dog waste removal in the Greater Lansing area since 2014. Our staff is committed to providing you with a local, professional scooper service at an affordable rate. We can help you maintain a cleaner, healthier yard for your family and pets. Start enjoying your yard and dogs again by contacting us today. You too could become one of our many satisfied clients; we guarantee it!
Yes. Call of Doody employees are not allowed to climb or jump over fences. If your gate is unlocked and can be opened by our technicians, then you are all set for us on service day. If your gate has a lock or is only able to be opened from inside, then it is your responsibility to make sure we can access the yard upon our arrival. Our scoopers can arrive at any time between 8am and 7pm on your scoop day. We send a text message when we are on the way as a "heads up" so please be prepared for service.
A: The answer to this is both YES and NO. If we have experience with your pets and they are fine around our employees, then YES! Nothing makes a day brighter than some love from a dog!
If your dogs are territorial, protective or can show signs of aggression then the answer is NO. In this situation it is better that the dogs are not in the yard while we are scooping to avoid a potential injury. Pit bulls are no longer allowed in a yard with our technicians, "friendly" or not.
A: Yes! Our technicians scoop all winter long. We have found that this is actually beneficial for lawns in the spring as it helps keep your lawn from turning brown in those areas where waste sits all winter long.
A: Call of Doody LLC is closed in observance of most major holidays. If your service is going to be affected by a holiday closure, we will scoop your yard either the day before or day after the holiday. Please visit our Holiday Page for the current year calendar.