of How to Pick Up Dog Poop was reviewed by on April 15, 2017.

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The average dog creates 274 pounds of poop per year. With more than 77 million dogs in the US, that's a lot of poop! Just one pile of poop can take up to a year to fully decompose. Dog intestines can harbor coliform bacteria including E. coli and Fecal coliform. The plastic bag may be king, but there are other ways to pick up dog poop.
Photo provided by FlickrGuess what? Putting dog poop in the trash is wrong, no matter what kind of bag you use.
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Dogs are our best friends and they make our life more complete. However, each day tons of dog poop and plastic bags are piling up at landfills and polluting our earth. To make things worse for the earth, we, as dog owners, put dog poop inside plastic bags. These plastic bags will stay for hundreds of years and kill our planet.Things can get pretty icky in your yard if you have a dog and don’t have a good pickup plan. I’m a fan of either picking the poop up immediately each time the dog goes or getting on a schedule of some kind. You might want to get in the habit of picking up every evening before you go to bed, or first thing in the morning. If your yard is big enough (or your dog is small enough!), you might be able to scoop less frequently and have one or two designated cleanup days each week.Therefore, the most eco-friendly way to take care of dog poop is to flush it down the toilet, just like what we do with our waste. The sewage system will take care of all the nasty stuff and biodegrade dog waste safely. Just imagine what would happen if we all threw our own waste in the trash and not used toilets.Now what about HOW to do it? Pooper-scoopers and poo pickup bags are both good options for use in the yard. The scoops are nice, since they just stay in the yard at all times and you don’t have to worry about replenishing your supply regularly, like you do with bags. Some people find scoops a little gross, since poo remnants can remain on the scoops and they can get icky and attract flies, but this won’t be a problem if you hose them down or dunk them in a bucket of disinfectant regularly. There are many different kinds of scoops, but I find most people do best with the simpler models that come with a scoop and spade for pickup on flat surfaces like concrete or tile, or with a scoop and rake for pickup on grass. A sturdy “grabber” scoop that allows for one-handed use can also be a good choice, but you might want to skip any of the fancy contraptions that are marketed for poop removal… they can be flimsy and ineffective, so shop carefully if you decide to go that route. Even the good one-handed scoops can be ineffective if your dog has diarrhea; it’s hard to grab diarrhea, which is more easily scooped (or scraped) up with a spade and scoop style scooper.Dog poop cleanup service is Poop 911's specialty. POOP 911 can poop scoop your yard and remove toxic and unpleasant dog poop. We offer a large selection of other services to help you enjoy your yard with your family and pets alike. Speaking of stink, in between trash pickups, your garbage can get really stinky if you just drop the dog’s poops directly into the can. If you’re using a poop scoop, you may want to have a separate poo can lined with a garbage bag in the yard. When it’s trash pickup time, seal the bag and toss it into the trash shortly before trash removal time. If you’re using individual poop pickup bags, it should be safe to drop them right into the main can, since they’re sealed pretty well.