Oh well, what's a little rain, right? Well that little rain is actually big news for Doodie Fresh. That's right...BIG NEWS! If you haven't had a chance, please check out the Redondo Beach Patch and the little news piece by Diane Garrett, the Patch's well renowned editor entitled "Are You Sure Your Sprinklers Are Off?". Doodie Fresh is prominently displayed in this little piece for all to see. So what's next you ask...the phones to ring off the hook, of course. We're so optimistic here, as you can probably tell. With everyone's help, we can do our part to "Heal the Bay" and keep our yards clean and fresh.
Red warning flags at area beaches after a rainfall sure dampen any beachgoers day. But if the general public were more cognizant of their actions such as fixing a leak in their car before it drips on the ground, properly disposing of their trash, or cleaning up yard and pet waste before it has a chance to get swept away in the neighborhood storm drains, then maybe the warning level could be reduced or eliminated altogether.
Lisa Chin and her staff at Doodie Fresh strives to do their share in “Healing the Bay”. If you’re too tired, hate doing this chore, or simply unable to clean up your dog’s waste, try out our service for free. Yes, you heard right…for FREE. We’ll help you scoop up the dog waste from your yard before the next heavy rains arrive. Together, we can do our share to “Heal the Bay”.
Hi, I'm Scott, husband and father of four children, a Labradane named Toby, a Chug (Chihuaha & Pug mix) named Zoey, and a Puggle (Beagle & Pug mix) named Bixby, and owner of Doodie Fresh, LLC.