Every day you enter the yard, a horrible smell enters your nose and you know it’s your dog again. I hope you are not one of those people who let the poop dry up in the lawn because you believe that would add nutrients to the ground. Imagine, someone entered your house at that time and feel like throwing up. Would you still not bother about cleaning it up?
It’s not only the smell that you need to get rid of. It’s all the disease carriers that should be kicked out of the house along with the poop at once. Did you know as terrible the smell of a dog poop is as terrible are its effects on health and the environment? Let’s have a look at some of the injurious effects of dog poop:
A dog poop is home to thousands of bacteria of different sorts, such as salmonella, E.coli, roundworms, hookworms, Giardia etc. All of these can transmit diseases to human beings. Especially kids are prone to catch them. The poop also contains some harmful viruses that spread serious diseases. And if you let it on the ground, the worms dwell there for a long period and can be transmitted some time later to anybody who comes into contact with the ground.
Don’t allow the waste to remain on the ground for a long time, chances are rain water will take it with the flow into the waterways. There it adds nitrogen to the water. Excess nitrogen consumes oxygen from the water making it unsafe for wildlife, underwater grasses, and fish.
Dog’s shit attracts house flies that bring with them gazillion of other germs. Slowly and gradually your whole yard would become a guest house for the insects. Their hairy legs stick microbes and deposit on the items we use daily such as Housewares, kitchen appliances, bedroom objects, decoration pieces everywhere. You and your children might run a risk of catching diseases by mere contact.
The social effect of ignoring your dog’s dog poop must not be ignored. You can get into trouble with your neighbors for not doing the cleaning job and inviting flies to bother you and them. Worse, if your dog has the bad habit of pooping on somebody else’s property. If you live in a civilized society, you are expected to show some manners and do your part of the job.
I’m sure you wouldn’t want to bear the consequences of letting dog poop stay in the yard. So, try to get rid of it at the earliest. However, if you don’t want to start your day with lifting dog poop, let us do the job for you. Glendale dog poop removal cares about your hygiene and the environment. Healthy people and a clean environment are our top most priority. Get the yucky job done with our high quality, on time service.