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From the beginning, Sgt. Poopers has connected with our local Dallas community to raise awareness of conservation issues. It is up to all of us to keep Dallas beautiful. Dallas is our home and a great place to live. We are proud of it and proud to protect our precous land, water and air resources.
We work hard to keep our clients happy. We could be wrong, but we believe life is a struggle for most people. Even people in big beautiful homes have health issues, injuries, money troubles, problems with the kids, fights with loved ones, and projects that didn't turn out like they'd hoped. No one is immune to the daily pitfalls of life. Our business is designed to make that struggle just a little bit easier by taking care of the immediate environment for you at a very low cost. If we ever fail in that job, we will do everything we can to make it right. Just let us know.
Sgt. Poopers Pet Waste Removal would love your feedback. You are always welcomed to contact us anytime, personally by phone, email or text. Whenever the phone rings, Erica or I (both owners) will answer. Of if you want, you are welcomed to post a review on our Google profile. https://www.google.com/search?q=sgtpoopers#lrd=0x864e9f44194ebfe7:0x792a719d0d918763,1,,,
We are a home-based business headquartered in Old Lake Highland's 70-year-old neighborhood in Dallas, Texas. https://bit.ly/2CpQkvs
Four days after going online with our original website in 2008, we were on page one of Google for pet waste clean up. Google has continued to be an essential partner for Sgt. Poopers. https://www.google.com/search?q=Sgt.+Poopers+Pet+Waste+Removal&ludocid=8730915746962573155
From the beginning in 2008, Sgt. Poopers took on the mission of raising awareness on conservation issues both locally and nationwide. Our website is not just promotional, but educational and is a wealth of good news. Over the years we have been invited to numersous festivals and events where we provided educational leaflets from our booth. Based on our work with the Dallas Water Department, in 2009, we expanded that program to include a couple of visual demonstrations with props that I created for the purpose. In 2013 we videoed our presentation and put it on our YouTube Channel and on website. In the coming months we intend to post many more videos about the many conservation problems and solutions we provide. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAMcBj4LKSRXoIDuvwKjl3A
We're on Facebook because... isn't everyone on Facebook? Except my mom? https://www.facebook.com/ConservationControlCorps
We love to Tweet about things we encounter in our ennvironmental work that make life interesting. https://twitter.com/sgt_poopers
Sgt. Poopers is not new, but we are now on Yelp as of July 2020. Please let us know if we can help you. https://www.yelp.com/biz/sgt-poopers-dallas?osq=sgt+poopers
The urban environment is our forest floor and you'd be surprised how many interesting things we find in our daily excursions! Incredible cloud formations, awesome sunsets, wild floods, lightning-struck trees, tornado damage. Strange fungi (mushrooms) of all kinds, both poisonous and harmless. Tortoises, skinks, lizards, crawdads, deadly snakes, bunnies — even an albino squirrel. We post interesting photos on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/sgt_poopers/
We not only post interesting photos that our rangers find in their daily jaunts, we also post useful information about conservation, animal waste control, germ control, disease control, odor control, pest control, wildlife control, toxin control, and even electrosmog control. Our Pinterest has something valuable for everyone. https://www.pinterest.com/00lg27b3pag0hvdhttbejriatqu3lr/
We post on conservation, ecological and environmental topics on our Linked In company page. https://www.linkedin.com/company/sgtpoopers
Of course we are on NextDoor.com since we are family-owned and locally-owned, not a national chain (with a phone number that rings in California). Personally, I hate it when I call a company and a "friendly" computer asks me what I want. Or an answering service that says, "What is your name/rank/serial-numbers/date-of-birth/next-of-kin and I will have someone call you back." I think when people pick up the phone it's because they want to get something done now, not next week. So when you call, I answer the phone, the owner who can answer your questions and make decisions on the spot. To me, that a vital part of what any service organization should provide. https://nextdoor.com/pages/sgt-poopers-pet-waste-cleanup/