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"The longer dog waste stays on the ground, the more it washes into the water and the environment," he told the NY Daily News in an Earth Day message.
Nationwide, the average dog population is 37 percent of the human population, or about one dog for every three people. America’s mania for canine companionship is job security for DoodyCalls, which currently has 55 franchises in 22 states and collected $4.5 million worth of the mess man’s best friends left behind last year.
In an informative Earth Day poster designed to urge Americans to pick up after their own pooches or consider a service to make sure it is done expediently, D’Aniello informs us that there are currently an estimated 78.2 million dogs living in the U.S. and depositing collectively about 30,000 tons of poop every day.
DoodyCalls recommends that we do our share for the environment and for public health not just on Earth Day, but all year long by picking up after your pet immediately or, if you don't have time, consider hiring a local pet-waste management service.
To read the full story, visit http://bit.ly/I51NxoWritten by Phyllis M. Daugherty