#ScoopThatPoop: Be A Scooper Hero

Being a dog owner, dog poop in unavoidable. It is unpleasant to see un-scooped dog poop on ground and even more unpleasant to step in.

#ScoopThatPoop : Be Scooper Hero

Dogs can’t pick up their poop.  It is every dog owner’s responsibility to clean up after their dog. Be The Scooper Hero, No Excuses to leave your dog’s poop on the ground.

#ScoopThatPoop : Be A Scooper Hero from Golden Woofs on Vimeo.

Dogster has teamed up with Golden Woofs’s Scoop That Poop to raise awareness for the importance of picking up after your dog. Below is an info graphic created by Dogster. Share it on your blog and social media. Use the hashtag #ScoopThatPoop to spread the word.

5 Reasons Why Dog Owners Must Scoop That Poop

#ScoopThatPoop Infographic

We invite you to join us to educate and raise awareness to make a positive change in the world,  #Scoop That Poop. Follow @Scoop_That_Poop on twitter
and check out Scoop That Poop Campaign site.

This is the 2nd Scoop That Poop blog hop. Golden Thanks and find some time to visit all the participants.

Lots of Golden LVE n Woofs



  1. Hope to keep spreading this awareness. Thanks Sugar! Woof.

  2. I’m joining in. I love your cape Sugar. You really are a Super Duper Hero.

  3. Thanks Sugar! Love the video and infographic and will be sharing it throughout the day! I think this is a tremendous campaign to bring awareness to dog owners about our important responsibilities.

  4. Nice cape Sugar! You make a great Scooper Hero :) Thanks for letting us co-host #ScoopThatPoop!

  5. We are joining in today too! Love your cape Sugar! You are our super hero every day!
    Xo Chloe and LadyBug

  6. I can’t thank you enough for the inspiration to make a positive change, Sugar. I didn’t think i could write another post about poop for this hop so soon after the last one but I did and whats more important I did something great for my community! Can I borrow your cape?

  7. I love your cape Sugar! I tried to get mom to make me one, but her cape-making skills leave much to be desired. I also love your new video, and your “good pet owner” poop bags.


  8. SHE always has those little bags when we go walking..and we always make sure SHE gets to pick up some poo!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  9. Sugar you are one fine spokes lady for K9s everywhere. As mom likes to say there are no bad dogs just bad owners
    Hugs madi your bfff

  10. Love those bags, Sugar! We have seen many poop bags but none like those, very cool! Nice video again too.!
    Happy scooping!

  11. Hi Sugar I’m proud to be part of this great campaign, nice looking cape.


  12. Ooops I didn’t realize there were so many co-hosts! Oh well! My bad!
    Great job Super Hero Sugar!

  13. Love the cape. We constantly find poop in our front yard and we never poop there. We hope people who don’t scoop start hearing this campaign.

  14. Super Sugar! You’re hero to us every day, Sugar –
    Your pals Toby and Amy

  15. Your a great Scooper Hero! Thanks for the awareness again! Have a wonderful day.

  16. Congratulations on reminding us all of this important DUTY – we need to keep everything and everyone clean – love the cape too!

  17. LOL cute picture Sugar!

  18. I wish I could be a Scooper Hero too, sadly my mom missed the campaign. And to clean up behind a dog is so much important. No onje wants decorated shoes. Have a great Monday dear Sugar!

  19. Two French Bulldogs says:

    We are pawticipating in Scoop that Poop!
    Benny & Lily

  20. Oh Sugar!! You look pawesome as a Scooper Hero! Great job on the Scoop That Poop website and big thank you again to Dogster for the great infographic!
    Scooper Oz

  21. Poop is a funny word. But it’s not funny when it’s left lying around.

  22. Great job spreading the word Sugar!!

    (For some reason I can’t see the hop to add my link.)

  23. Nice one Sugar and good job spreading the word. Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

  24. Great job Sugar!!! We are going to talk to mom about joining you!!! You look dazzling in your cape!!!

  25. Great, sugar! I always make sure I scoop the poop. Thanks for the reminder!

  26. Great cape, Sugar! You have quite a talented Mom!! :-)

    I try to clean up the girls’ poop at least once every day — especially if it’s a rainy day — but sometimes I don’t have the time, so it has to wait a day or two. But I don’t wait more than two days. We haven’t been to the park lately because I got fed up with having to walk around another dog’s poop….sorry, but I just can’t clean up after someone else’s dog(s). I let the girls do their zoomies around our yard, and once in a while at the church ball field across the street, but still needing to be careful with Callie so she doesn’t re-injure her knee.

  27. Sugar, mom thought this was going to be a blog hop? Love Dolly

  28. Great way to spread the word, Sugar! I love the cape and those bags. We shared the infographic on Facebook, I think a lot of people really think it’s ok to throw the poop in the woods and things like that. They don’t realize it’s polluting (I didn’t used to either).

  29. Thanks Sugar for a great awareness campaign!!!
    Bailey, Hazel & Greta

  30. Pawsome way to keep spreading the word, Sugar! I love your cape! You truly are a Scooper Hero!
    Sorry I didn’t create a post for today’s hop. I will still be sure to share the campaign by sharing other people’s posts!

  31. I just got my scoop a poop in the mail the other day. We have yet to try it out but with the nice weather it looks like it will be coming along later today!

  32. High Paw Sugar! I scoop my poop!!

  33. Great PSA!

  34. Love your cape Sugar…You are a Scooper Hero…The hop and the campaign are such a great way to get the message out and each month that we remind folks the message will spread…Scoop That Poop EVERY time

  35. Thanks for the great video and infographic to share, Sugar! :)

  36. great post Sugar. I loved the video too

  37. Great post! Great video! Couldn’t get my act together enough to get a post up, but will share your post on Wed.

  38. So true Sugar!!! Always scoop that poop!!! And if those thin bags gross out your peeps, get the black poop bags like my Ma gets….can’t see the contents!!! BOL
    Ruby ♥

  39. Thanks for raising the awareness about this issue Sugar. You are a hero! Lee and Phod

  40. Very informative infographic. You make a great Pooper Scopper Super Hero!

  41. I think it is great that Dogster in on board with your campaign. I love how you have run with this idea. Go you! :)

  42. Thank you so much for organizing this blog hop! It is such an important topic and it is wonderful way to make a positive change in our communities! Also, love your video, Spencer gives it two paws up!!! :)

  43. CharleyChops says:

    My Mummy loves this campaign, I am sitting on the fence (which is uncomfy!) because I golden love to sniff what other dogs leave behind… Mummy says she doesn’t, odd but true. But what gets Mummy really mad, is the amount of cat poop in our area. There are alot of cats and thus alot of poop, on pathways and in the fields. Now , I love to nibble on cat poop but am sick and tired of Mummy yelling. So in order to go cold turkey we need to find a way to stop the cats pooping! BOL!

  44. This is fantastic, I’m only sad that I missed the blog hop! I love your video and linked it on my own awareness raising blog, and of course I love golden retrievers. It’s so gross, just today my 18-month old son almost stepped in dog poop and I grazed a piece in some tall grass – gross!


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