There are two parts to a pooper scooper, you and your pooper scooper kit, the kit should include a dog poop scooper, rake, and tray. When you pick up your dog pooper scooper kit, your healthy and busy day as a pooper scooper begins.
Healthy pooper scooper routine
Morning Pooper Scooper Activity
6:00 a.m. - Qualified pooper scoopers should get up early. You may have just woken up, but your dog may already be ready to bark loudly while greeting the new day. Dogs have different sleeping habits than humans. They are used to sleeping lightly and waking up intermittently. If you see your dog silently watching over you in the morning, it's because their loyalty and love for you is deeply ingrained in their instincts. You can respond with a loving hug and fall back into sleep with it for 15 minutes or so.
7:00 a.m. - Take your dog out for a walk and thank your dog for being the one to take you for exercise so you can maintain a healthy and energized body. Don't go too far, 4-5 kilometers is good, take your tray and dog poop scooper with you. It may be too active. Don't overindulge it. Let it obey your words and poop in the place you specify.
8:00 a.m. -You may have to go to work, please arrange your dog and prepare his food first.
Dogs don't digest well, so please feed at regular times. Feeding times for puppies are one meal at around 8 a.m., one meal at around 10 a.m., one meal at around 1 p.m., and one meal at around 3 p.m. If conditions permit, one meal at 5:00 p.m. Additional meals after 6:00 p.m. are not recommended. For adult dogs, if the first meal starts at 8 a.m., the second meal should be around 1 a.m. and the third meal must be eaten by 6 p.m.
Each meal should be nutritious, following the principles of high protein, low grain, low fat, and low fiber. Puppies should be fed no more than 1/2 of their head size, and adult dogs should be fed no more than 2/3 of their head size.
Noon Pooper Scooper Activity
1:00 p.m.- You may be a busy office worker, but you are equally a pooper scooper. Don't forget your dog during your lunch break. You are supposed to take your dog for a walk and play with him. This is your dog's favorite time to go for a walk. If you can't find the time. Ask your neighbor or family member to take it for a walk.
Dogs are animals that value companionship, fear loneliness, and are loyal to their owners. If you would leave your dog alone for more than 8 hours a day, you are probably not a good dog owner. Because you may not realize it, you don't value your dog enough. A true pooper scooper sees their dog as a family member, not a slave to watch over the house and a pet to get rid of boredom.
Don't forget to feed it regularly, it's a thing that needs to be taken seriously. Unstable feeding may expose your dog to coprophagia and other gastrointestinal problems.
Evening Pooper Scooper Activity
5:00 p.m.-The real busy time for a pooper scooper is after work. The first thing you should do when you get home is to see if he's done anything bad. Use your rake to clean up your backyard or front lawn. Look to see if any new feces have appeared. If there is, clean it up promptly and give your dog a little punishment. If not, give it a small reward. Don't just ignore it because you're tired, and don't think of pooper scooper work as a hassle. It can be your way of de-stressing, and you can vent your true emotions in the presence of your dog. As long as you don't get rough, your dog is your best listener, and you'll cup awakening energy in that interaction.
Don't be ashamed to clean up feces before dinner. It can help you release any distractions before eating. If it's dark, you might not see the poop. Someone could step in it while they're walking around at night, which would be really embarrassing.
8:00 p.m.- It's time to take your dog for an evening walk, or if you're in the habit of running at night, 10 kilometers or more every night. Then you need to watch your dog's habits. Not all dogs will run that much distance at once.
Note to pooper scoopers
Clean up feces from your yard and lawn in a timely manner
- Get your pooper scooper kit ready
Shovel: essential for poop cleanup, works on sand, concrete, puddles and sand, for large dogs.
Tray: about 9 inches on the sides, about 10 inches front opening. 2.8 inches high.
Rake: approximately 9 inches wide, approximately 10 inches long. 11-tooth rake.
Easily rakes large dog feces in lawns and leaf litter. In addition it is useful for raking grass and gravel, raking large animal feces, and raking fruit and leaves.
Plastic bags: you can just use a tray for feces, but many places in the U.S. offer free bags for collecting pet feces, slip it over your tray for protection and eco-friendly, safe feces collection.
If you have a large dog, or even more than one. This size and equipment is a must. Otherwise, your back can't stand bending for long periods of time to pick up feces. Be a healthy pooper scooper and the dog won't want you to get hurt because of it. In addition, the poop scooper sets are all assembled handles for easy disassembly. The surface has a special coating for easy rinsing and cleaning.
- Correct operation
Put the garbage bag on the tray and use the rake to conduct a net search starting from the guardrail and skimming over the top of your lush grass. Locate the feces and catch it in the tray.
Clean up your yard and lawn daily, or at least every two days. Because a quarter of dogs suffer from fecal-eating disorder, they consume fresh feces within two days. And over a longer period of time, dog feces can decompose or attract trickier fecal-eating organisms, such as dung beetles and rats.
Legal Warning: Be Kind to Your Dog
I'm sure you treat your dog as if it were your own. But as a competent pooper scooper, you need to know a few things about dog laws. This will also act as a brake on your sanity.
- In the UK, dogs have the right to free movement.
- In the United States, animal abuse is a felony, similar to child abuse.
- In Sweden: there is a law that prohibits owners from leaving their dogs alone for more than 6 hours.
If you want to be a competent dog owner and pooper scooper, you need to be mentally prepared to spend a minimum of 3 hours a day on your dog. This includes but is not limited to, feeding, pooper scooping, training, walking, and playing with it. Don't feel like you're overpaying, your dog is entrusting you with its short life, and it's dedicating all its loyalty and love to you.