Dog Waste Removal at Parks
Sgt. Poopers provides dog waste removal and other services for parks throughout greater Dallas.
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Sgt. Poopers has provided pet waste removal and cleaning protocols at Dallas-area parks since 2008. Locations include private theme parks like Hawaiian Falls Water Park, and public parks like Fair Park, White Rock Lake, Flag Pole Hill, Lee Park (Turtle Creek Park), Thanksgiving Square, Tietze Park and more. We can mobilize a team to handle pet waste removal at any size event in Greater Dallas.
We have worked with city and private managers responsible for keeping Dallas area parks clean during events such as the annual Strut Your Mutt hosted by the SPCA. And we've provided our services year after year during events such as Tuba Christmas at Thanksgiving Square Park. If you are responsible for a park in the greater Dallas area, or have an upcoming event and need help, call the conservation professionals at Sgt. Poopers.
With more than a decade in the conservation business, we've handled thousands of jobs a year for all kinds of clients throughout greater Dallas, Texas. Best off all, we are not a national chain with a thousand miles (or more) separating them from Texas reality. Locally owned and operated, when you call Sgt. Poopers, you get me, the owner, answering the phone and making decisions in real time, not some detached answering service in Arizona or California deflecting questions and pushing instead to have someone "call you back." You'll have my personal cell number so you can call, text or email the boss anytime you like. Need help today? You got it. You can't get that kind of service from a national chain.
Our services for Parks
HELPS PREVENT: Dysentery, cholera, hepatitis, typohoid, tuberculosis, ear infections, blindness, roundworm, tapeworm, hookworm, Giardiasis, Salmonellosis, Toxocarosis, Campylobacteriosis, Gastroenteritis, Cryptosporidiosis & Cysticerosis.
Our Conservation Rangers deliver more than 26,000 services per year. Dog waste removal at parks helps prevent rodents, roaches and flies (all thrive on dog waste) which in turn, spread other diseases. One house fly can easily carry more than a million bacteria on its body. Ref: USA Center for Disease Control at www.cdc.gov. Our park services includes,
- Pet Waste Management in grassy areas, sidewalks, and beds
- Bacterial Disinfection and Deodorization from solid waste contamination
- Dog Urine Odor Deodorizing on walls, steps, light poles, fence posts, benches, etc.
- Litter (trash) Clean Up
- Dog Waste Station Maintenance
- Brown Grass Spot Restoration
- Poison Mushroom Removal
- Poison Ivy Control
- All-Natural Pest Control to eliminate mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, ants, aphids, snakes, and more
- Dumpster Disinfection and Deodorizing
- Ultraviolet Forensic Waste Detection inside park buildings and facilities
When you contact us, we will visit your site to see what you need and provide a free quote, often on the same day you call.
Park Dog Waste Stations
Weekly maintenance for dog waste stations is always available for parks in Dallas, Highland Park, University Park, Richardson, Farmer's Branch, Garland and parts of Carrollton, Irving and Mesquite. We can provide new dog waste stations and maintain existing ones by emptying the trash and stocking fresh poop bags so they never run out. Our service puts the maintenance of dog waste stations on autopilot. Our service includes,
- Arrive each week on schedule
- Clean off dirt, dust, and spider webs
- Remove full trash bag
- Disinfect and deodorize inside vault
- Install clean trash liner
- Disinfect outside vault including chute handle
- Dispose of waste
Park Dog Waste Disinfection
Sgt. Poopers provides parks with dog waste disinfection to reset the pathogen count to near zero in contaminated areas. We use a cutting-edge, food-grade, EPA-approved and NSF-certified hospital disinfectant to break the chain of infection at the molecular level. Non-toxic to humans, pets, and plants, it reacts with molecules in the amino-acid proteins that form the membrane of bacteria and viruses. This reaction causes 99.999% of harmful microbes to rupture (oxidize) and die in seconds including Covid-19 and superbugs.
When Ebola struck Dallas in 2014, this is what hazmat workers used to successfully decontaminate infected spaces. It is an EPA-registered antimicrobial that meets CDC criteria for use against lethal pathogens, yet this same disinfectant is so safe you can wash your hands with it. It is hypoallergenic, non-toxic, non-flammable, non-hazardous, non-reactive, non-corrosive, non-fuming, and non-staining. It is NSF certified as "No Rinse Required" on food preparation surfaces. Respirators or rubber gloves are not required for application. It is simply one of the best, safest and most effective disinfectants there is. We're proud of it especially because it works.
Park Dog Waste Deodorizing
We can neutralize the smell of solid dog waste and dog urine at your park. We use a special sprayer and powerful hospital-grade deodorizer to treat each area where dogs urinate or deposit waste.
Foul lingering odors are caused by bacteria. These bacteria can live for weeks and even months on the ground — their natural habitat. What's more, these bacteria easily hitch a ride on shoes right into clean floors indoors.
Dog urine can create especially nasty odors at park properties. We treat all the usual places where dogs like to urinate including chair and bench legs, the bases of trees, light poles, gates, fence posts, water hydrants, trash cans, dog waste stations, and bushes. Our deodorizer will effectively kill the odor-causing bacteria. We also treat each place that smells like dog urine — easy to smell when you are right over it — on walkways, beds, sidewalks, artificial turf, grass, crushed granite, and dirt beds.
Park Dog Waste Facts
The toxicity of biological waste and the environmental threat such poses is no joke since the concentration of dog populations per square mile has never been so great. DFW's 1.2 million registered dogs deposits 900,000 pounds of solid waste on the ground per day. The impact of fecal waste on our shared land and storm-water resources is an unforeseen health hazard that many communities are only now coming to grips with.
In our experience, a little education always generates enthusiasm for Sgt. Poopers' conservation services. It's easy to get the community behind our movement for a cleaner world.
Dog waste is just as unsanitary as human waste. A common misconception is that dog waste is fertilizer. Fertilizer comes only from grazing animals like cows that don’t eat meat. Their manure is healthy for grass because it is grass. Dogs are meat eaters. One gram of dog poop contains more than 20 million microbes—“parasites, bacteria, germs, pathogens and viruses harmful to humans” (per EPA). You can become ill eating fruits or vegetables “fertilized” by dog poop, which explains why it has zero commercial value as a fertilizer while cow manure sells for as much as 79¢ a pound.
Fecal organisms from dog waste survive for months and longer on the ground. Toxocaris (roundworm) eggs remain viable for up to 3 years. A recent study found that walking through poop-contaminated yards put some 421,000 harmful bacteria on shoes. Worse, up to 99% of those bacteria transferred easily to tiles and carpet inside homes. (Ref: Department of Soil, Water & Environmental Science at the University of Arizona, April 2008)
Rain and sprinkler systems wash germs directly into lakes and rivers—the source of drinking water. That’s why with 1.2 million dogs in DFW, dog waste is a leading cause of groundwater pollution—the daily equivalent of an entire city’s sewage—untreated and unchecked—unless someone picks it up! (North Texas dogs produce 450 tons of solid waste per day much of which is washed into our waterways including White Rock Lake, Turtle Creek and the Trinity River.)
Diseases that can be spread from dog poop to humans just by walking through contaminated grass include dysentery, cholera, hepatitis, typhoid, tuberculosis, ear infections, blindness, roundworm, tapeworm, hookworm, Giardiasis, Salmonellosis, Toxocarosis, Campylobacteriosis, Gastroenteritis, Cryptosporidiosis & Cysticerosis. Dog poop also breeds flies that, in turn, spread other diseases.
Park Services Prices
Our pricing for parks is based on the size of the property, services, volume of waste needing to be removed, plus the frequency of our visits. The more frequently we clean, the less we charge for each visit. We can visit daily, weekly or monthly. Estimates are free and often we are able to provide a quote the same day we are called.
Park Dog Waste Removal Summary
A property contaminated by animal waste, germs, odors or insects is no walk in the park! Our procedures and protocols protect and conserve the most precious parkland of all — the one close to home. It’s like having a park ranger in your own backyard which is why we say, “We treat your yard like a National Park!”
Sgt. Poopers invites you to go green "with a little help from your friends." We're a conservation company, so our protocols are based on the principles of conservation. Our approach is common-sense, holistic, always safe, and 100% effective. Our methodology works and you will see immediate results. On top of everything else, no contract is required. We do not use toxic chemistry that can harm people or pets. We restore the balance of nature and make living environments safe for you, children, pets, and beneficial insects like honeybees and butterflies. Please tour our website to learn more. If you have any questions, please call us today at (214) 563-6379. For your convenience, you may also request services from this site..
CEO & President, Sgt. Poopers
We would like to thank you for your interest in Sgt. Poopers. We look forward to serving you in the near future!
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What is the best pet waste removal service in Dallas for park properties?
Since 2008, Sgt. Poopers has specialized in "guaranteed-perfect" pooper-scooping, disinfection, deodorizing for Dallas-area parks. They provide effective disinfection and deodorizing along with dog waste removal for parks in order to reset the pathogen count to near zero in the areas they treat. Call (214) 563-6379.
What is the most dependable dog waste removal service for parks in Dallas?
Sgt. Poopers arrives on schedule for park events across Greater Dallas. They never miss an appointment and they are never stopped by the weather. Supporting this are their five-star reviews from customers and clients on Google. Call (214) 563-6379.
Is there a uniformed pooper scooping service in Dallas for parks?
Sgt Poopers Conservation Rangers have the best-looking uniforms in the field service industry. They look like park rangers and are an asset that improves the perceived value of your park management program. Call (214) 563-6379.
How does pooper scooper service work for park properties?
Sgt. Poopers will professionally clean all common areas of your park on the same day each week, Monday–Friday. Call (214) 563-6379.
Can someone disinfect and deodorize my park?
Yes, Sgt. Poopers cleans, disinfects and deodorizes after removing all dog waste from parks across Greater Dallas. We can remove odors from solid dog waste and from urine too. Call (214) 563-6379.
- Learn more about our conservation work.
- Learn more about our deodorizing service
- Sgt. Poopers can restore brown spots in grass caused by dog urine.