Pet Butler has many great reasons as to why you should diversify your business portfolio with us. From investing in a growing industry to our social mission, we have everything you need to grow a successful and profitable business. So, what’s holding you back? Is it the idea of scooping poop? Maybe you’re unsure on how poop scooping is a beneficial service to your community? Whatever the reason may be, one of our core values focuses on enrichment of the community around us. Let us tell you how we do it.
What Are the Benefits of a Pet Waste Removal Service?
Did you know that if you own just one dog it can produce up to 205 LBS of waste a year? That can be a minimal of 19 hours of scooping up after a pet annually. Because of this, more and more pet owners are exploring ways to keep up with their weekly dirty chore. Pet Butler not only helps clean up customers yards but also helps them be able to enjoy it too. Owning a pet waste removal franchise offers many benefits to customers, their pets, and the environment. Below are some of those reasons why a poop scooping is an essential service to your community.
Enjoying a poop free yard
One of the main reasons a pet waste removal service is beneficial is because it helps people enjoy their yards. Once Pet Butler comes and scoops up the poop the yard is free from any mess that might occur. Playtime for the kids without worrying about what they might step in.
Pet poop is not a fertilizer
A common misperception about dog poop is that it’s good for the environment and offers a fertilization benefit for your lawn. While lawns do need fertilizer to thrive, a dog’s poop is not the solution. A dog’s digestive system and diet are vastly different – making the dog fertilizer benefit a myth.
Sorry, it won’t go away on its own
Another common perception is that the dog’s poop will disintegrate, disappear or dissolve on its own over time. Bad news – this isn’t the case. In fact, dog poop in your backyard can linger for as long as a year before it breaks down. If you live in a colder climate (or you have a long winter), this is especially true.
It can be harmful to your health and the health of your pet
One of the most important reasons to keep up with pet waste removal, is that it leaves unhealthy bacteria in the soil. Even after the dog poop starts to disintegrate, the bacteria can be left behind in the oil. By leaving the dog poop in the yard, you can risk your pets coming down with a range of illnesses, including Roundworms, Salmonella, E. coli, Giardia, Leptospira, Parvovirus, and Coliform bacteria.
It’s bad for the environment
In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency describes dog waste as containing two types of pollutants: nutrients and pathogens. Dog waste that gets washed into waterways may carry pathogens that affect living things in the water and can make people sick that come in contact with it. Nutrients released from dog poop can stimulate the growth of algae and other plant life, making the water unsuitable for recreational uses.
Giving Back to The Community?
Being a part of the Pet Butler Franchise means you can give back to the community and take part in our social mission. We partner with local rescue organizations to help dogs get adopted and find their fur-ever homes. According to the American Humane Society, each year, 2.7 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the United States, simply because there are too many pets in shelters and too few people consider adoption when looking for a pet. By taking our mission across the country through our network of franchise owners, everyone associated with Pet Butler benefits:
- Our customers benefit by receiving remarkable services.
- Our Scoopers benefit from rewarding and fulfilling careers.
- Our franchise owners benefit from owning successful businesses they can be proud of.
- The pet rescue world receives the support of a national franchise system, which in the end will save thousands of pet lives.
If you have a passion for pets and want to help make a difference, then becoming a Pet Butler Franchise Owner is perfect for you.
Is There Money in Pet Waste Services?
Americans love their dogs and the number of dogs per household in on the rise. In the U.S. today, 63.4 million dogs and 42.7 million cats account for the total number of household pets.
- In 2018, pet services accounted for $90.5 billion spent.
- In 2019, $95.7 billion was spent on our pets.
- In 2020, it’s estimated that $99.0 billion will be spent on our pets.
Every year we can see the growth and investment opportunities in the pet industry. Not only does a Pet Butler Franchise offer helpful services, but those services help to have recurring revenue.
Services, like pet waste removal can help those in your community enjoy their lawns, protects their pets from harmful bacteria, as well as improve the impact on the environment. At Pet Butler, we are proud of the value we bring into our communities. We see it reflected in every decision our Franchise Owners make. Our owners receive fulfillment through our social mission and improving the environment around their community. What to learn more? You can start by calling 844-777-8608 or visit us at https://www.petbutler.com/franchise-opportunity.