About us2023-06-22T14:41:44-05:00

We Are Locally Owned and Operated

We Are Locally Owned and Operated

We’re Here to Serve Your Poop Removal Needs!

We’re Here to Serve Your Poop Removal Needs!

DFW PoopBusters is a local Dallas-Ft. Worth family-owned and operated business. With our service, you can rest easy knowing that your pet’s poop will be removed without fail or hassle.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take the poop with you?2023-06-08T12:09:23-05:00

DFW PoopBusters bags up the poop and takes it with us to dispose of it properly. We clean our equipment with anti-microbials after each use to prevent any possible cross-contamination. We also let you know if we see a foreign object or anything suspect in your dog’s poop

Do you work in bad weather?2023-06-08T12:09:35-05:00

When severe weather conditions arise, anyone with a service in place will either receive a phone call or an email from DFW PoopBusters, so keep your phone nearby and frequently check your inboxes. If you have any questions or concerns about the status of your service, you can always call us for verification.

How often do you come?2023-06-16T12:26:36-05:00

You can decide how often you want service when you sign up. DFW PoopBusters offers weekly, monthly, and one-time services. Click here to see your options!

How will I know it’s DFW PoopBusters on site?2023-06-08T12:10:58-05:00

Our technicians wear visible uniforms when servicing your space. We also leave a door hanger behind so you’ll know that service is complete. If your dog is comfortable with strangers, we are happy to scoop while they’re outside. (We won’t be strangers for long!)

Don’t see your question? Please, ask us!

Why Do You Need PoopBusters?

Why Do You Need PoopBusters?

  • Pet waste can carry harmful bacteria, parasites, or viruses. It can make people sick, especially children. It can also be dangerous to wildlife and other pets.

  • Rodents are very attracted to pet waste in your yard (no rats, please!).

  • Odor, dirty shoes and paws – nobody wants that!

  • Pet poop is toxic to grass.

  • 40% of dog owners say they don’t pick up their dog’s poop!

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