Dogs are one of the most common animals in the world, with some 46,300,000 households owning at least a single dog. And dogs, like all animals, produce waste. This waste is very unpleasant, especially when lingering around your property.
Not only that, but dog feces can contain around 23 million bacteria in a single gram, according to some studies.
Now, this wouldn’t be an issue if most of this bacteria weren’t considered zoonotic, which means that they can be a major role in spreading an infection to other canines, and even to humans. Children and elderly, especially, are more likely to get infected due to their weaker immune systems.
Dog waste also can contain things like tapewor