“Out walking, that’s all you see is piles left behind,” said Chad, who lives in Seal Beach, just south of Los Angeles. “I was getting frustrated. I thought, ‘There’s got to be a way to get the word out there.’ ”
Chad, 35, has jumped into the problem with both feet. In February, Chad released
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A new category to the music biz, good old fashioned Poop Bag Music!
One guy. Two poop bags. -raising awareness on poo-pick-up & dog rescue.
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In the 10 years since he quit his job in automotive finance and traded his cubicle for the great outdoors, Chad Logan has devoted his life to two things: walking dogs and dealing with the inevitable byproduct of walking dogs.
We’re talking dog poop, folks. Lots and lots of dog poop. Chad accepts that it’s part of his job as a professional dog-walker. But he’s disgusted by how many people don’t clean up after their dogs.