Friday, March 31, 2006

Poop Happens

Over at A Long Way From Om, Ginny discusses her reluctance to pick up the “doggie bombs” on her lawn.

Ginny needs a company like A-1 Pooper Scoopin’.

You might say it’s a crap job. Diane Blanchard is a professional pooper-scooper. She makes a living picking up after people’s pets.

The snow in Calgary, Alberta can really pile up so Diane has her work cut out for her. But she has an eye for excrement and can spot a frozen "poopsicle" even under a blanket of snow.

Diane guarantees her work. If she misses a doggy deposit in your yard, she’ll return to pick it up. She’s number 1 in the number 2 business.

So if you’re sick of patrolling your pooch’s poop, see if there’s a poop scooping service in your area. Look in the Yellow Pages under ‘Pet Care Services.’

In other dog poop developments, Make Your Own Dog Waste Composter.

"Dog-dooly" dog waste composter


  1. number one in number two.
    oh, so is my humorous to laughing!

    rock ON! you put in trekpassions! i'll bet their hits SKYROCKET.

  2. Trek Passions? I have a feeling they'll do just fine without my help, don't you?

  3. I spent most of the eighties clearing up dog poo in our garden and chucking it down the drain.

    I wish you could get dogs that went to the toilet like we do, then maybe we'd have one. As long as he or she didn't sick up or wee on the carpet.

  4. Geoff: I'm sorry you missed the 80s because you were too busy cleaning and chucking dog poo. You didn't miss much really. Afterall, it was the 80s.

  5. See, there is a perfect job for everyone!! :-)g