In the Line of Dooty is Presenting a Bergen County NJ Dog Poop Cleanup Contest

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In celebrating their 10th year in business, and after a snowy winter, In the Line of Dooty is looking for the property that has accumulated the most dog poop this winter. The winner will get a free cleanup.

They Poop, We Scoop!

On Monday April 4th, in order to celebrate its 10th year as a pooper scooper company, In the Line of Dooty wants to find the house with the most dog poop and clean it for free. In the Line of Dooty wants to go throughout Bergen County, NJ and select the house that is the most behind from this past winter. Rules are as follows:

  • Property must be in Bergen County,NJ
  • Must be a residential house (sorry but no parks/apartment complexes with common areas)
  • No prior customers will be considered
  • Contact In the Line of Dooty before April 1st to be considered

How to contact In the Line of Dooty? Simply go on http://www.inthelineofdooty.com and either call, e-mail, or submit an online form.

Contestants need to contact In the Line of Dooty before April 1st so that an estimate of the property can be conducted. The estimates will be conducted on April 1st and 2nd and the winner will be contacted that weekend. Contestants do not need to be present at the time of the estimate. On Monday April 4th the winner will be rewarded with a free cleanup. The house that will take the longest to clean will be considered the winner and receive a free cleanup.

What information does In the Line of Dooty need?

In the Line of Dooty needs your name, address, and contact information (phone number and/or email address).

LOCKED GATES: If a property has locked gates please understand that on April 1st and 2nd there will be a pooper scooper coming around to do estimates and that access is needed to visually inspect the entire property. Please be advised that if there is a locked gate it might not be possible to conduct an estimate.

In the Line of Dooty is a professional dog waste cleanup company that was established in 2002 and has serviced numerous customers throughout northern NJ. It is a member of APAWS (Association of Professional Animal Waste Specialists) and is insured through Pet Sitters Associates LLC.

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