DINPOO Launches Online Store Providing First Hospital-Grade Disinfection Solution for Dog Owners

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DINPOO.com: An Online Store Created for Dog Owners, and Businesses That Provide Dog-friendly Services.

DINPOO LLC, a health and safety venture, is excited to announce the launch of its new eCommerce, DINPOO.com.

DINPOO.com is an online store created for dog owners, and businesses that provide dog-friendly services. The product line consists of hospital-grade, broad-spectrum cleaner disinfectant and commercial-grade dispenser.

Until now only used by the hospital and veterinary professionals, the disinfectant cleaner tablet is one of the most trusted broad-spectrum hospital-grade brands. It was selected to solve the age-old problem: managing infectious dog waste remains left on public areas. Designed to kill or inactivate a broad spectrum of pathogens in 10 minutes, this EPA-registered disinfectant cleaner works with the DINPOO stylish, commercial-grade sprayer to deliver accurate dispensing on the go with less waste.

In addition to its informative and educational design and content, DINPOO has implemented Social Media integration that allows customers to share their DINPOO experience with Facebook, Twitter and Youtube community.

Unlike common household disinfectants, DINPOO offers one of the most trusted disinfectants in the industry that can reliably kill over 99.99% of major bacteria, viruses, and fungi found in dog waste including Calicivirus, Herpes virus, Panleukopenia virus, and Parvo within minutes. The in-use (1%) disinfectant can be applied to almost any surface soiled with dog waste remains to further prevent the spread of infectious diseases to dogs and humans.

To learn more and buy the DINPOO products, please visit http://www.DINPOO.com.

About DINPOO: DINPOO (http://www.DINPOO.com) mission is to solve the age-old problem: managing dog waste remains health hazards. Founded in 2011, DINPOO is a solution for preventing the spread of infectious diseases, found in dog waste remains, smears, crust, debris, and urine left daily around public areas.

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