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What You'll Get
Domestic canines are often too busy to pick up their waste, feverishly communicating via hindquarter-scent memo, day trading ham futures, and auditing rotten tennis-ball chunks. Streamline your hound's workspace with today's Groupon: for $42, you get eight weeks of dog-waste-removal services from Scooper Trooper (an $109 value, including the $25 initial set-up fee). This Groupon is only valid for Anchorage and Eagle River residents.
Scooper Trooper's once-weekly service keeps exquisite Anchorage and Eagle River lawns in peak aesthetic condition and free of shoe-ruining landmines. Pet owners and their indoor-plumbing-forgoing best friends will delight in the unsoiled grass left by the company's professional scoop jockeys.
Renters or homeowners are not required to be present for each cleaning, allowing puppy parents to return to a domain seemingly cleansed by benevolent elves or malicious manure thieves. The first visit will last 45 minutes for initial set-up and cleaning, while subsequent visits will last only as long as necessary to get the dirty deeds done. An additional charge may apply for multicanine families or unusually spacious yards.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy 2 more as gifts. New clients only. By appt only. 24hr cancellation notice reqd. First visit includes 45min of cleaning. Valid for 1 dog; $3.50 fee applies for each addl dog. Valid only in Anchorage and Eagle River. May use across multiple visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Scooper Trooper
Scooper Trooper's crew turns dog waste into solid gold—as well as other forms of legal tender. Noticing that "everyone owns a dog up here," the company launched in 2003 and quickly found success. Though competitors have tried to follow, Scooper Trooper remains a fixture in Anchorage's dog-waste-removal scene by dispatching crews year round to clean the yards of suburban homes, apartments, and condos, as well as the grounds of businesses, parks, and kennels.