Imagine spending a fun afternoon with your family in the backyard and SQUISH — it happens. You’re in deep doo doo and now you have to stop what you’re doing to clean it all up.
LUCKY for you, we know how you feel, which is precisely why we created Lucky’s Pet Services—the friendly neighborhood poop pickup service you’ll dig. Our mission is to provide friendly and professional pooper scooper service all while leaving the earth a better place than we found it. We strive to create positive change within the Nashville community, assisting in residential and commercial clean-ups.
We go above and beyond the call of dooty to meet your needs and can pick up after your furry friend on a weekly, twice weekly, monthly, or twice monthly schedule. With our affordable pricing and no pile left behind policy, you don’t have anything to lose but the poop!
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Unsetteling Facts About Dog Waste
Dog waste is NOT fertilizer for your lawn.
In its raw form, it can actually be toxic to your soil. Dog waste needs to first be safely composted in an enclosed system before being considered a beneficial aid to the environment.
Just one gram of dog waste can contain as many as 23 million types of bacteria.
Waste can seep into groundwater and spread salmonella and giardia. This poses a hazard to your pets, your family, and your landscape.
Your lawnmower doesn't help.
Mowers will actually chop up the waste into smaller pieces and spread it further throughout your yard where you, your children, and your pets continue to step in it and then bring it into your home.
Pet waste is a major contributor to stormwater pollution.
One out of three households have at least one dog, and all that dog poop left out can be blown into local waterways. When in water, the liquefied waste consumes the oxygen and releases ammonia, which contaminates our resources as well as harms the fish that reside there.
The average dog discards approximately 3/4th of a pound of waste per day, which adds up to 275 pounds per year. Your yard might be more polluted than you think...
If you don't pick it up, it piles up...fast.
The CDC confirms that hookworms, ringworms, tapeworms, and salmonella can spread by contact with dog waste.
It can take over one year for dog waste to decay, but even then, parasite eggs it contained can linger on for years in your soil – leaving your family and your pets vulnerable to serious infection.