People love their dogs and properties that welcome them. Keep dogs and their owners happy with amenities that cater to
both of their needs. There are several ways pet-friendly properties can make pets and owners feel welcome.
Encourage Pet Waste Cleanup
Dog poo, dog poop, or dog waste. No matter what you call it, it is still a mess that no one wants to see, smell, or step
in. Piles of dog waste littering your grounds isn't just a turn-off to potential residents and guests, it's also a health
hazard. The EPA claims a single gram of dog poop can contain 23 million fecal coliform bacteria, which is known to cause
serious intestinal and kidney disorders in humans.
The Dirty Truth About Dog Poop
It attracts rodents
It spreads bacteria and disease
It kills your grass
It's as toxic to the environment as chemical and oil spills (source: EPA)
How to Get Dog Owners to Pick Up After Their Pets
Responsible dog owners will clean up after their pets if you give them easy access to pet waste bags. Our signature brand
® pet waste products makes dog waste removal easier for pet owners so your grounds stay cleaner, greener,
An off-leash dog space or bark park, where dogs can run, jump, and play, makes dogs and their owners happy. Properties
of any size can install
dog park equipment such as inclines, jump-overs, doggie crawls, and more. Our commercial-grade dog park equipment
Heavy-duty steel construction
Non-slip protective finish for superior traction
Post Signs for Pet Owners
Our highly visible
pet control signs notify pet owners of property policies and rules. Durable pet control signs in high traffic areas
remind owners to clean up dog waste, keep dogs on a leash, or direct them to walking areas. Use our
custom pet signs and post your own unique message.
Issue Pet Permits
Management, maintenance staff, and emergency personnel should know to whom pets belong for their safety as well as the
Permit decals are displayed on windows and doors and quickly let everyone know pets are living on the premises.
Pet permit collar tags feature a four-digit number so lost or unattended pets can be reunited with their owner.