Neighborhood Perks When Searching for a New Home

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There are some features that are non-negotiable when searching for a new home, such as commute time, size of the dwelling, and your budget, along with storage space, good schools and safety. However, there are neighborhood perks that individuals should look for even if they won’t use them. Playgrounds Even with a fenced in yard,…

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Pet Waste Stations Encourage Residents to Clean Up

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Neighborhoods are often plagued by a few inconsiderate dog owners that have multiple excuses for not cleaning up after their canine. Even if no amount of shaming notices or fines alter their behavior, installing a pet waste station will encourage other residents to clean up after their dog. Pet waste stations are available as stand-alone…

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Adding Pet Waste Stations Increases Owner Compliance

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Most people with dogs are considerate and pick up after their canines. However, there are always a few that don’t for any number of reasons. Installing pet waste stations is an incentive to take responsibility and increases compliance. Pet waste stations are available in two styles. One is a waste receptacle, while the second type…

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The Many Positives of Adding Pet Waste Stations

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The majority of dog owners are responsible, courteous, and clean up after their pets. However, that still leaves a mountain of dog feces to dispose of each year. Many cities, communities and neighborhoods are addressing the problem by installing pet waste stations and their installation comes with a variety of positive aspects. Disease/Parasites Pet feces…

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Save the Neighborhood with Pet Waste Stations

Pet waste is becoming an increasingly dire problem in neighborhoods across the nation. Inconsiderate dog owners refuse to clean up after their canines and the result is placed where it’s not safe to walk, bike or for kids to play without the potential for finding an unwanted mess on their shoes, tires or even clothes.…

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Neighborhood Pet Stations: Keeping the Peace

There are nearly 90 million dogs across the U.S. A significant number reside in city and urban environments where they must be walked daily to take care of their elimination needs. Most owners are considerate, collect their dog’s feces, and dispose of the waste properly. Unfortunately, there are also inconsiderate or just plain lazy individuals…

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