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Johns Creek Pet Waste Removal

Helping You Maintain a Clean Healthy Yard!

Johns Creek Pet Waste Removal is a pet waste removal company servicing Johns Creek and surrounding areas.  Our mission is to help you maintain a clean, healthy yard by providing the best pet waste removal service possible.  Our clients' complete and total satisfaction is our highest concern.

  • No Contract

  • No Initial Cleanup Fee

  • Tools Dedicated to Your Yard - Protects the Heath of Your Pets

  • Year-Round Service - Pet Waste is Not Seasonal

  • Simple Flat-Rate Pricing

roger@JCPWR.com

404-271-7356

 

Why Pick Up Pet Waste?

So why should I pick up my pet’s waste?  After all, don’t bears…well you know?

Yes, bears do poop in the woods but, even in the most densely populated wilderness, there is an average of one bear every 250 acres.  Even when you add in all the other animals, the waste load is far less than in a typical neighbor hood with one in every three homes having at least one dog.

 

Well doesn’t it just break down?

No, Contrary to popular belief, dog poop does not just break down and it doesn't provide any benefit to the soil or to your lawn.  Rain washes pet waste down storm drains and into waterways like rivers, lakes, and streams.  This can cause illnesses such as salmonella, E. coli, and other infections.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, pet waste carries numerous bacteria, parasites, and other diseases that can be transmitted to humans.  Dog waste can contain various species of worms that can infect humans, especially children playing in your yard.  Dog feces may contain parvovirus, whipworms, hookworms, roundworms, threadworms, campylobacteriosis, giardia, and coccidia.

Pet waste is very toxic—the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says dog poop is an environmental hazard on par with pesticides and estimates that the waste produced by just 100 dogs over a long weekend can contain enough bacteria to temporarily close a lake to swimming and other recreational activities.  Pet waste also provides a nitrogen source for algae blooms which deplete the water of oxygen and can lead to fish kills.

Further, dog waste can be a leading food source for rats and is a breeding ground for flies which lay eggs in feces.  These flies, and their offspring which hatch from the eggs laid in the feces, can then spread disease as they come into your home and contaminate your food and food prep areas. 

Besides, who doesn’t want a cleaner yard for their kids and grand kids to play in.

 

Why JCPWR?

  • No Contract - We Earn Your Business Every Day

  • No Initial Cleanup Fee

  • Tools Dedicated to Your Yard - Protects the Health of Your Pets

  • Year-Round Service - Pet Waste Is Not Seasonal

  • Simple Flat-Rate Pricing

    • Up to 3 Dogs, 2 Visits/Week - $100/Month​

    • 1 Visit/Week - $60/Month