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hehehe very cool !
It's a crappy job.
This does take care of the most unpleasant part of having a pet, but how often would they need to come? Every day for a dog? Once a week to empty a cat box? Do they clean the fish tank?
Fascinating. I guess I'm a bit old-fashioned thinking that people who don't want to clean up after their pets shouldn't HAVE pets.
I think it's a great idea!Léia :)
That's a very cute company logo Jack..not so sure about the company 'business' haha!
Wow, I didn't know they were a chain. We have them here too.
haha laughing at what andy said!
What a great laugh to start my day, Jack!! I love it -- even if it is, as Andy wrote, a crappy job!! Hope you have a great day!!
I've seen several of these businesses around here. They mostly service apartment and townhouse complexes.
So they go around and scoop up after your dog on the street? I can't see that would bring in a lot of rev. One of the few jobs I've not done ...thankfully.V
Dave's onto something. I'd like a house call for the litter box now that I think about it. They should open a franchise in Paris.V
A name you won't forget!
Not a job I would apply for!
They would make a fortune here: our sidewalks are literally covered with their kind of gold..
I'm shaking my head at the thought of how a "help wanted" ad might read for a job like this.
What? Is this for people too lazy to pick up their pet's poop? Sheesh!
I am speechless :).
And some are more rewarding than others.Who came up with this concept, and how?
That is a new one!
beeehh..but i must say, the americans do a much better job at removing it than the dutch. in fact, dutch dogowners never take any effort.
I've heard it's an epidemic of no picking up in parts of Europe. Most pet owners here are responsible about it.
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