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Those hot, summer days in Colorado are fast approaching which means many of us will start planning activities that get us out to enjoy the warm, sunny weather. Chances are, your canine companion would appreciate being a part of those plans, and fortunately for her/him, there are several activities that you and your four-legged friend can enjoy together.

Summertime Fun for You and Your Dog

Splish-Splash – Most pups love water, and when it’s hot, most humans don’t mind it, either. Play time in a sprinkler or pool is a great way to entertain your pooch, especially if a good game of fetch is involved.

Cold Treats – Popsicles and frozen yogurt are must haves in the summer and when you decide to treat yourself, treat your dog, too! Fruits that are safe for you dog, along with meat broths and vegetables, can be turned into a frozen delight for your pet to enjoy on those hot, sunny days.

Date Night – Perhaps there’s a park in your area that offers movie nights, or maybe even a drive-in theater. If so, plan a night for you and your pooch to go watch a movie. Your best fur friend will love hanging out with you and it’ll be an experience you’ll never forget.

Hiking – Who doesn’t love hiking in Colorado! Get back to nature and take Fido with you. Not only is hiking good exercise, it can be a great adventure for you and your pup. Don’t forget to take plenty of water to stay hydrated and doggie waste bags to keep those trails clean.

Camping – Nothing says summer like a good, old-fashioned camping trip. With so many national parks and campsites, you’re sure to find one that is pet friendly. So, load up the dog and head into the wilderness for an amazing adventure that you and your pooch will never forget.

Dogs Day Out – Plan a weekly outing with your friends and their fur babies. Whether a walk around the block or a trip to the dog park, the exercise and socialization will be good for you and your canine.

Get to Class – From training classes to doggy yoga, there’s sure to be an activity that you and your pup will enjoy together. Check with local pet stores, the humane society, or parks to see what pet-friendly classes might be available this summer.

Summer is a great time to get out and bond with your canine companion but remember not to overdo it. Taking necessary precautions, such as wearing protective clothing, using sunscreen, and staying hydrated will help keep you safe in the sun. Make sure your pooch gets plenty of water and shade when out enjoying activities during the day, and if it’s too hot, keep activities to a minimum.

Scoopy Doo’s of Longmont wants you and your four-legged friend to have a safe and happy summer. When you’re out enjoying these or other activities, don’t forget to take along pet waste bags to clean up your doggy’s poo. If you live in Longmont, Boulder, Niwot, or the surrounding communities and need a professional residential or commercial dog poop removal service, call the trusted team at Scoopy Doo’s. They do the dirty work so you don’t have to!

cheap pet waste service LongmontPuppies, puppies, puppies! What’s not to love about these wonderful little fur babies? Between the sheer overload of cuteness and the way they make the heart so happy, baby canines are just impossible to resist. While pups are a delightful addition to any home or family, they do come with their own set of challenges, the greatest of those being potty training.

Pups are going to pee and poop, a lot, but with patience, consistency, and a little positive reinforcement, your new canine companion can quickly learn where he should take care of his business.

Tips for Successful Potty Training:

  • Stick to a Schedule: Just as with humans, our doggies do great when they have a routine. Schedule times for feeding, potty breaks, playtime, and walks. According to the AKC, it’s best to feed your puppy a good quality food, three small meals a day. Not only will this help you to determine scheduled potty breaks, it’s easier on your pup’s tiny tummy.
  • Crate Your Pup: Crate training your pup just makes good sense. Not only will it keep your fur baby safe when you aren’t at home, it will eliminate unnecessary messes throughout the house. It’s best to get a crate that is big enough for your puppy to comfortably stand up and move in, but not so big that it can poo and pee, yet still have room to sleep. In other words, dogs don’t care to do their business where they rest, so if they don’t have the room to “go”, they’ll be more inclined to let you know when it’s time for a bathroom break.
  • Pay Attention: Potty training is not an exact science, and since every puppy is different, it’s important to pay attention to your four-legged friend’s behavior. If you notice sniffing or pacing, or scratching in his kennel, these are good indications that your canine needs to potty.
  • Positive Reinforcement: Praise that pup when he does his business. Offering a treat right after elimination is a great reward for your fur baby and will reinforce this good behavior. If your puppy has a mishap, and they typically do, refrain from scolding, as this can put a damper on your relationship and progress. If you catch your little one in the act, quickly take him outside to finish. Patience and praise can go a long way in the potty-training process.

Training our four-legged friends takes work, but with patience and persistence, your canine will be doing his business outside in no time. And don’t forget, Scoopy Doo’s of Longmont will help clean it up. Scoopy Doo’s has been offering its dog waste and pet poo removal services since 1993. Call today for all your pet waste removal needs in Longmont and the surrounding area!

dog waste service LongmontAnxiety – If you or anyone you know has ever experienced it, you understand how that nervous uncertainty can affect the way in which one copes under stressful circumstances. Fortunately, there are tools that can help us better understand why we might experience such anxiety and ways to help ease it. This holds true with our canine companions. That’s right, humans aren’t the only ones who suffer from this disorder. While we may better understand the cause and effects of anxiety, our puppy pals may not. Just as with people, it’s good to be able to understand and identify what causes stress and anxiety in our fur babies to better help them cope.

While there are various reasons that can cause doggies to suffer from anxiety, separation anxiety is the most common, according to PetMD. Other causes can include past traumatic experiences, such as abuse, aging, illness, pain, depravation of socialization, or environmental factors, as in storms or loud noises. Our fur babies reactions to such causes can be mild to very severe, ranging from trembling to hiding, trying to escape, or even destructive behavior and dangerous aggression.

If you believe that your canine companion suffers from anxiety, there are steps that can be taken to help your furry friend.

  • Talk to Your Veterinarian: Get a definitive diagnosis. There could be underlying health issues causing the behavior.
  • Behavior Modification: Work on keeping your dog calm in stressful situations, such as thunderstorms. While a typical response would be to show reassurance in these instances, it’s not necessarily the right thing to do. Desensitizing, for example, is repeated exposure to stimuli that causes the fear or anxiety. This method is used with the goal of reducing the negative response in the pup over time.
  • Medication: There are medications available to treat extreme cases of anxiety and fear in doggies, but such medications aren’t suitable for all pets. Again, talk to your veterinarian about options.
  • Prevention: This is always the best measure, especially if you have a young pup. Environmental and social exposures at a very young age can greatly reduce fearful behavior and anxiety.

Helping your dog cope is key when it comes to overcoming the negative behavior exhibited from anxiety and fear.Identifying the cause of such fears is the first step in working towards a happy, healthy canine companion. If too much doggy doo is the problem, the team at Scoopy Doo’s of Longmont is always happy to help! Call us today for all of your pet poop removal needs.

Summer has arrived, which means more of us will be out with our canine companions enjoying all that beautiful Colorado has to offer. From hiking trails and bike paths, to reservoirs and dog parks, it’s easy to find a place to spend some quality outdoor time with our pups. That being said, it’s likely that you will encounter that abandoned pile of poo, left behind by some random “joe” lacking consideration for the rest of us. Don’t be that random “joe”, pick up your pup’s poop and help keep Colorado clean. If you need a dog poop removal company, Scoopy Doo’s of Longmont offers their services in Boulder, Longmont, and throughout Boulder County.

While doggy doo doesn’t necessarily impact the air quality, it can have a negative impact on our soil and water. For example, if dog poop ends up in a body of water, the decomposition can cause an overgrowth of weeds and algae due to certain pathogens and nutrients that are found in the poop. This can diminish the water quality, which directly affects the environment. Dog doody also contains parasites and bacteria that can easily be transmitted to humans via the soil (yuck!), so it’s important to not only pick up the poo but dispose of it properly. Be courteous of other humans and canines when you hit the great outdoors this summer. Your doggy will inevitably have to take care of business, so make it your business to clean it up!

Scoopy Doo’s of Longmont has been keeping Boulder County clean for over 20 years. Not only do they offer residential pet waste removal, but HOA’s and Commercial businesses can also take advantage of Scoopy Doo’s waste removal services. Don’t forget, Scoopy Doo’s of Longmont also sells environmentally friendly waste disposal bags that are 100% oxo-biodegradable. Call us today for all of your pet waste removal needs!

I hate winter! I despise snow! It freezes, it melts, We never know if we’ll be getting poop sickles or slush poopies! Snow wreaks havoc on our schedule. I just want everyone to know, if snow is forecast, we will be out daylight till dark, dooing  our best to get crap done! A reminder also, if the poop stays the pay stays. We can easily tell if you have pitched in and will discount appropriately. Billing is based on 30 days worth of doggy doo, not per visit. In 22 years I have never had a problem staying on top of it! We go insane when our beautiful schedule get rearranged by mother nature. I am always praying for no snow and have all the kids in school praying for a snow days. Sadly I am out numbered. School such fond memories. So here is my revamped rendition of  a old school jingle.  Yes I do have it for brains. So fun thinking this crap up.

 

ON TOP OF OLD DOODY

BEEN COVERED BY SNOW

I SEE SOME BROWN PEEPING

A SCOOPING I GO

I SLIP ON A SIDE WALK

I LAND LIKE A CAT

AIN’T TAKING CHANCES

OF HURTING MY BACK

I DON’T MIND COLD WEATHER

BUT SNOW IT STOPS ME

I AM JUST GRATEFUL

I DON’T PICK UP PEE

I WORK THROUGH THE WINTER

SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL

DOING MY BEST TO

GIVE GREAT SERVICE TO ALL

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