We are running late today as Shiloh (my daughter’s Corgi/BlueHeeler X) was killed in an accident last night and we’ve been attending to the burial arrangements for her. As we are all dog lovers, I am sure you understand how we all feel about our animals and yours as well. We’re all grieving the loss.READ MORE
Due to snow, yes heavy snow… and ice… on May Day…. We will be out on Friday May 3rd to clean. Hopefully this will be the last snow of the season. God and Mother Nature will have to figure that one out, because that lousy groundhog has gone SENILE!!!!!
With the hot days behind us, it’s time to get our yards in order to weather the upcoming cold and snow. Yes, we’re in Colorado and it could be 80 degrees one day and 10 below the next. You just don’t know. With that said we must remind you that even though you may notREAD MORE
After a long and grueling winter, it’s time to get back outside! If you find that Rover’s leftovers have become too much of a chore, call 1-800-DOG-POOP in Denver and let Muttley’s Maid clean that mess up for you. We offer one time, weekly and twice a week service. You have too much to doREAD MORE
INCLEMENT WEATHER – NO KIDDING… 8:12 pm February 2nd, 2012 – the snow is just starting to stick to the sidewalks, has already covered the grass… and this is just the beginning. If your regular service is on Thursday or Friday, we cleaned your property on Wednesday or first thing this morning. Please bring yourREAD MORE
***** ATTENTION **** FREEZING COLD **** LEAVES AND SNOW ****** Please understand that if you have not raked your lawn and there are leaves down and/or there is over 3″ of snow accumulation in your yard, we may not see the hidden pet waste under the leaves and snow. Raking your leaves and/or shoveling your snow is not inREAD MORE
Yes, Mom should have a day off once in a while. If it weren’t for Mom, the dog would probably have starved to death by now.
Give Mom a break this holiday and call Muttley’s Maid to clean the poop from the back yard. Mom has far too much to doo already!
Here comes Peter Cottontail - hopping down the bunny trail - he won’t be hiding eggs out in your yard - unless you’ve gone and cleaned the crap - don’t want them brown piles on your lap – when the kids come in from stepping on your lawn!
Remember to call Muttley’s Maid! We’ll perform that Pre-Easter Egg Hunt toREAD MORE
Women who are pregnant are at risk of transferring diseases found in pet waste to their unborn child.
Children who have open cuts, sores, or dirty hands are at risk of contracting toxicaria among other pet diseases and/or parasites such as hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms or whipworms from playing in the backyard sandbox!
Parasite eggs canREAD MORE
Happy St. Patty’s Day!
We wish you a field of green clover, no poop to step over, clean shoes for the year and some daily good cheer!
Well wishes to you and yours from the lass’s o’ Muttley’s Maid -Leslie, Muriel, Rita and Vee