Campaign Highlights Dog Waste Concerns

National Scoop the Poop week reminds owners of health issues associated with pet waste.

D.B. Products Inc., manufacturer of Doggie-Bags biodegradable pet waste bags, has launched a national public education campaign in support of National Scoop the Poop Week. Both the campaign and the annual observation, which runs April 24 to 30, aim to raise awareness about the importance of cleaning up dog waste.

D.B. Products founder Alan Wald said dog waste is more than a public nuisance; it’s a growing public health concern.

“Dog waste is increasingly becoming a serious health crisis by posing health hazards for children and adults alike,” Wald said.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, pet waste can spread parasites, including roundworms and hookworms. That’s cause for concern, according to D.B. Products, because more than four million tons of dog waste pollutes America’s waterways each year.

The educational campaign aims to raise the public’s awareness about these health issues and encourage pet owners to be more responsible when it comes to cleaning up after their pets.

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