Her crew has resolved arguments over whose turn it is to clean up after the dog.
“A woman told us we saved her marriage,” said Clevens, 47.
Tim Stone, president of the National Association of Professional Animal Waste Specialists, said he’s taking in over a million dollars a year with his company, Scoop Masters.
“I take in $1.8 million a year from Dallas-Fort Worth alone,” he said. “I pay some of my employees $40,000 to $50,000 to pick up dog poop.
Poop scooping for others generates about $500 million annually.
Customers are either grossed out, physically unable, or don’t have time to poop scoop, Stone said.
Find out more about the dog poop business in The Philadelphia Inquirer.