Poop Scooping in Muncie, Anderson, Indiana

Our PET WASTE REMOVAL is great for busy professionals, single individuals, families, senior citizens, farmers and apartment/condo property managers. Let us do the dirty work while you enjoy a little more spare time with family and friends. Keep your yard sanitary for you, your children and your pets.

We provide poop scooping for residential customers as well businesses, apartment communities and retirement facilities in Delaware County, Madison County, Hamilton County, Hancock County, Marion County and other areas by request.

We’ve recently partnered with Thomas Lawn and Landscape. Inc. in Indianapolis to provide pet waste removal and we look forward to helping Thomas Lawn and Landscape provide beneficial services for their clients.

http://www.munciepetsitter.comScheduling is easy. We’ll do an initial consultation to determine your needs.

Pricing varies depending on size of yard and type of terrain.

We suggest once or twice a week clean-ups to keep your yard as healthy and clean as possible, especially for clients with children.

Waste is disposed of in biodegradable bags designed for easy breakdown in landfills.

sit-stay-play In-home pet sitting & more.LLC disinfects our tools and shoes after each poop scooping visit to reduce contamination and the spread of infection or disease.

You’re making an environmentally-wise choice when you remove pet waste from your property:

  • pet waste can contain viruses such as parvovirus and giardia
  • pet waste can harbor various types of worms, such as ringworm and hookworm
  • some diseases, parasites and worms can be transmitted to humans through interaction with pet waste


  • 1 visit — Starts at $18
  • 2 visits/week — Starts at $34
  • 5 (monthly) — Starts at $80

–Initial clean-up fee may apply if yard has abundance of waste

–Each visit includes 2 gallons of waste removal

–Each additional gallon is $5 per visit

–Prices include up to 3 dogs — each additional dog is $5 per visit


Kitty box stinky? Health reasons prevent you from cleaning the litter box?

We can help!

Schedule a daily or weekly litter box or cage clean-out.

We’ll come to your home, bring our own scooper, litter bags, and remove the poop.

  • Individual Visit – Starts at $18
  • 3 Visits – Starts at $51 (per week)
  • 15 Visits – Starts at $255
  • Prices include 2 litter boxes or cage — up to 4 pets — additional pet is $5 each per visit


Add value to your property by having sit-stay-play In-home pet sitting & more.LLC remove animal waste.

We can clean playgrounds, camp grounds, apartment/condo/nursing home facility grounds, swimming pool picnic areas and many other places.

 Price will be determined by size of property, terrain and frequency of our scheduled visits.

Did you know…

Parvovirus is spread to dogs by direct or indirect contact with dog feces…it is very contagious and hardy.  In fact, studies have shown that the virus can survive in feces and other organic material such as soil for over a year. It survives extremely cold and hot temperatures.

Campylobacter germs are found in animal feces.  This germ causes gastrointestinal symptoms. It’s usually not dangerous, but can cause severe illness in people with weakened immune systems.

Leptospira infection is caused from contact with water, food, or soil containing urine from infected animals. This can be very serious if left untreated.

Salmonella infection. People get this often-severe gastrointestinal infection via contact with animal feces. It can cause severe kidney damage to young children.

Other parasites of cats and dogs:

  • Toxoplasmosis.
  • Tapeworm. A person gets infected by swallowing an infected flea — a relatively rare event, but it happens.
  • Hookworm. Hookworms are common in tropical and subtropical areas. They infest soil contaminated by animal feces. Humans get infected by direct contact, usually by walking on contaminated soil. Heavy infections can be serious.
  • Cryptosporidiosis. This parasite cause mild to severe intestinal symptoms like diarrhea. It’s not usually a dangerous infection, except to people with weakened immune systems.
  • Ringworm isn’t a parasite, but a fungal infection that forms a ring-shaped rash on the skin or a bald patch on the scalp. People can get it from direct contact with an infected animal.
  • Cats and dogs get viruses, too. Rabies is the most dangerous one. Be sure to keep up with your pet’s rabies vaccination.

    ***Please contact us for current pricing. All rates & services listed are subject to change without notice.

Happy Scooping,

Kelley Stewart, CEO|Pet Sitter
sit-stay-play In-home pet sitting & more.LLC

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