Pet Scoop Gift Certificate


gift-cert-smallLet’s face it, no one likes to cleanup dog waste (except us of course). If you have a special person in your life that has a dog, why not give them one of the most thoughtful and unique gifts available… the gift of freedom from the least favorite "end" of having a dog… the Gift of a Professional Poop Scooping Service.
A PET SCOOP Gift Certificate will be unforgettable, appreciated and most importantly, used!


How does it work?

  • Simply purchase a gift certificate here.
  • You will have the option to print out the certificate yourself or we can mail it to you or whoever you would like.
  • The recipient will simply call us and we will set up a time to come out for the one-time or initial cleanup and then regular on-going service if you would like.


Special, limited-time Offer, purchase at least $50 now and we will add an additional 10% to your PET SCOOP Gift Certificate!




How much should I spend on a Pooper Scooper Gift Certificate?

It really depends on what you would like to give:
You could purchase a one-time cleanup or an initial cleanup with regular service.

Examples:
  • The average initial/one-time waste cleanup (a yard that has not been cleaned in about 1 month with 1-2 dogs) would cost approximately $35-$55 (could be more or less depending on the time since yard was thoroughly cleaned and the number of dogs).
  • The average regular cleanup (weekly service is our most popular, with 1-2 dogs) would cost $9.90 - $12.40 per week
Our Recommendation:
(Again, it depends on the length of time since the yard was cleaned and the # of dogs)
  • One-Time Cleanup only = $35-$55
  • 1st Month (with Initial cleanup) = $70-$100
  • Each additional month = $35-$50
We would also recommend that you purchase a little more than you might expect and additional credit left over will simply be additional service for your special gift!



 
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