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City Ordinances

Most cities require pet waste and or dog waste to be regularly removed from your property to prevent public nusiance caused by odor, attracting rodents, maggots and flys. Below are the ordinances in just a few of they cities we service. If you don't have time to "doo" it we can take care of it for you. We provide pet waste removal/pooper scooper service in Allen, Aubrey, (NW) Garland, Fairview, Frisco, Little Elm, Lucas, McKinney, Richardson, Plano, Sachse, The Colony and Wylie. We remove all waste from your property and haul away for you.  

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City of Allen, TX


Offensive Odors

It shall be unlawful for any person to keep any animal in such a manner as to endanger the public health by the accumulation of animal waste which causes foul and offensive odors are considered to be a hazard to other animals or human beings.

Pooper Scooper Law

It shall be unlawful for the owner to permit or allow an animal to defecate upon public or private property and fail to remove and dispose of in a sanitary manner any feces left by such animal. Learn more about the impact of pet waste to our storm water system.

City of Aubrey, TX  Section 5 (e)

(e) maintaining any Animal in such a manner of allow any pen, enclosure, yard or similar place used for the keeping of Animals to become:

                (1) unsanitary;

                (2) offensive by reason of odor;

                (3) offensive by lack of maintenance or creates a visual nuisance;

City of Frisco, TX

Sec. 14-9. - Animal nuisances

(e) It shall be unlawful and constitute a public nuisance for any person to maintain any animal in such a manner or allow any pen, enclosure, yard or similar place used for the keeping of animals to become unsanitary, offensive by reason of odor, offensive by lack of maintenance or creates a visual nuisance, creates any favorable condition for any zoonotic diseases or any other diseases, or creates any condition that is a breeding place for fleas, ticks or other vectors

City of Plano, TX

Sec. 4-51. - Nuisances.

(a) A person commits an offense if the person is an owner of an animal and the person permits, or by insufficient control allows, any of the following to occur:
(1)Creation of any condition on the owner's property, or that carries over to an adjacent property, that renders the ground, the water, the air or the food hazardous or injurious to human or animal life or health or that is offensive to the senses or that is detrimental to the public health;

(b) A person commits an offense if the person is the owner of an animal and the person fails to immediately remove and dispose of any excreta the animal produces.

(c) A person commits an offense if the person is the owner of an animal and fails to visibly have in his possession materials that can be used to immediately remove and dispose of any excreta the animal produces.

(d) It is an affirmative defense to prosecution under subsections (b) and (c) that:

    (1) The property was owned, leased, or controlled by the owner of the animal at the time it defecated



City of McKinney, TX

Sec. 26-8. - Sanitary standards.

(a) The owner of any animal allowed by this chapter to be kept in the city shall comply with the following standards of sanitation for that animal: 
    (1) Remove manure and droppings from pens, stables, yards, cages and other enclosures, and handle or dispose of the excretions in such manner as to keep the premises free of any public nuisance.


City of Sachse, TX

Sec. 2-33. - Animal waste.

The owner of every animal shall be responsible for the removal of any feces deposited by such owner's animal on public or private property. Feces deposited by an animal upon the private property of any person other than such animal's owner shall be collected and removed at once by such animal's owner. Collection and removal of animal feces shall be in a container of such a type that, when closed, is rat-proof and fly-tight. Such container shall be kept closed after each collection. At least once a week, each such animal owner shall cause all feces so collected to be disposed of in such a way as not to permit fly breeding.

City of Wylie, TX

Sec. 18-13. - Animal waste/slaughtering of animals.

 

 (a) It shall be unlawful and considered a public nuisance for any person to allow any pen, enclosure, yard or similar place used for the keeping of animals to become unsanitary, offensive by reason of odor or disagreeable to persons of ordinary sensibilities residing in the vicinity thereof because of flies or other insects. Any condition injurious to public health caused by improper waste disposal will be considered a violation of this chapter.

(b) The owner of every animal shall be responsible for the removal of any excreta deposited by his animal on public walks, recreation areas or private property.

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