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Protect Your Lawn with a Dog Poop Cleaning Service
March 1, 2022 at 10:30 PM
Image of a corgie running a sunset in a yard that receives dog poop cleaning services in Connecticut.

As much as you love your dog, pet ownership has some downsides. They may eat a shoe on occasion or overturn the garbage, but dealing with the daily messes in the yard is unpleasant and time-consuming. But if you forget to clean for a week, it’s not only unsightly but can do severe damage to your lawn. Here are some ways a dog poop cleaning service can protect your property.

Protect yourself and guests from stepping in a mess.

There’s nothing worse than stepping in dog poop. Trying to clean a mess off your shoe can derail an otherwise pleasant morning. It’s even worse if the victim is a guest who was trying to enjoy your yard.

While everyone wants to keep their home and property spic-and-span in case of unexpected visitors, there just aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done. Scooping the yard is one of the first things to fall by the wayside during a busy week. You’re trapped between hoping your guest doesn’t make a misstep or awkwardly warning them that the yard isn’t clean.

A dog poop cleaning service offers a third option. It gives you total confidence that your yard always looks spic and span without taking time out of your day to clean and scoop your property.

Protect your lawn against dead spots.

Dog poop is high in nitrogen, which is toxic for grass and other plants. Every dog’s diet (regardless of the type or brand of food) is high in protein, which creates a natural byproduct of nitrogen. When dog poop is left sitting on grass for days at a time, that nitrogen seeps into the soil in your yard, filling it with excess nitrogen.

While nitrogen is an important component of nutrient-rich soil, too much of it can burn the grass and saturate the ground beneath your lawn. The result is unsightly, dead patches of grass that can take weeks or months to recover fully.

Keep the local water table safe.

With lots of snowfall during the winter months, it can be hard to keep up with poop scooping. Missed messes may sit in frozen snowbanks until the spring thaw. But even if they don’t cause problems for your home directly, they can impact the local water table.

When dog poop isn’t disposed of properly, harmful bacteria can get into the local water table. Excessive dog poop in stormwater provides nutrients to algae and weeds, damaging native populations of both plants and animals. By properly bagging and throwing away dog poop in your yard, you’re protecting the water quality of your community.

Golden Retriever in the Snow

Keep your neighborhood’s kids safe.

Even if you don’t let your dog into the front yard to do their business, your neighbors may be walking their dogs by your property and may not always bag the mess their dog leaves behind. If you have kids who regularly play on your street, they may accidentally step in poop someone else’s dog left behind.

You don’t have to waste your time checking the front and back yard for messes. A dog poop cleaning service will thoroughly inspect your entire property. They’ll ensure every inch of your yard is spic and span from your dog and others.

Dog Butler is Connecticut’s #1 dog poop cleaning service, protecting client lawns and shoes from dog messes.

Since 2009, Dog Butler has been the pooper scooper service that Connecticut and Armonk, New York dog owners have relied on to get their lawns in pristine condition. We bring standard-setting professionalism to every job we do, whether a weekly service or a single visit. Our goal is to take an unpleasant chore off the to-do list of homeowners and property managers.

We hire thorough, dedicated team members who remove all waste from the premises when they’re done. Dog Butler keeps lawns safe and looking great by cleaning up whatever messes your dog leaves behind.

If you want to take one more thing off your to-do list, contact our team to get an estimate for your yard’s dog poop cleaning service.