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How to Use Math to Solve Your Community's Pet Waste Problems

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 by Linda Rosado

Using math to solve pet waste problems

If you've ever been to Disney World, we're willing to bet you threw away all of your trash. You might be wondering, "So what?" Well, you might not have noticed, but you were prompted to properly dispose of your waste by a seemingly simple but highly effective technique.

Six Steps to Cleaner Pet-Friendly Areas

Fri, 26 Sep 2014 by Linda Rosado

Contrary to popular belief, keeping your community and pet-friendly areas free from dog waste is fast and easy to manage once you have the proper tools. Installing DOGIPOT Pet Stations throughout your property or park prompts dog walking pet parents to properly dispose of their doggy’s doo. Aside from saving the soles of your shoes from some unpleasant meetings, DOGIPOT Pet Stations keep your community looking great, attracting more visitors and potential residents. It’s a win-win!

Pick It Up...or Pay It Out

Wed, 24 Sep 2014 by Linda Rosado

Dog Poop Pickup Statation - Dogipot

From running a red light or jaywalking to returning your library book two days late, there are quite a few ways to rack up a fine. Whether big or small, almost all of us have been cited for one reason or another, prompting us to try to not repeat those actions. Pet parents are probably already aware of some of the potential consequences of not picking up after their pup, but did you know just how important it is to properly dispose of dog waste? 

Help Keep Your City's Air Clean with DOGIPOT

Tue, 02 Sep 2014 by Linda Rosado

Help your city have cleaner air with DOGIPOT products

According to a study conducted by the University of Colorado Boulder, dog waste is one of the top contributors to air pollution in urbanized cities. With over 100 air samples taken across Midwestern cities, it was discovered that in some areas, including Cleveland and Detroit, doggy droppings made up over 50 percent of their total bacteria. Pet parents who fail to pick up after their pups directly contribute to air pollution, as bacteria from unattended waste can be absorbed into the atmosphere, posing serious health risks to current and future generations.

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