The DNA Solution for Pet Waste Management
PooPrints is an effective pet waste management program, matching un-scooped waste to the canine offender through DNA.
Properties report up to a 95% reduction in waste
It’s very simple.
Each dog on the property is registered in our patented DNA World Pet Registry with a simple cheek swab. When un-scooped pet waste is found, a small sample is collected and submitted to our lab for analysis. We compare the swab to the dogs in the registry and report a match when the canine DNA matches waste sample DNA. Results are emailed to property management.
Residents are fined for each offense–resulting in a cleaner, safer property.
Our team is dedicated to the mission of eliminating environmental and health concerns posed by pet waste. We have a well-established ISO-certified laboratory staffed by a team of highly qualified scientists to analyze your pet’s information. Our band of customer service gurus are passionate about helping you every step of the way.
Our testing is not contracted out to other laboratories. It is done by our lab and our employees, so we can ensure you are getting the best possible service. With over 2,600 communities representing hundreds of thousands of units, we have the experience and team to provide scientific results quickly and at affordable rates.
Why We Care
Un-scooped dog waste isn’t just a hassle. It’s a contaminant. Watersheds across the world are facing toxic pollutants carried in dog waste. With 78 million dogs in the United States alone—that’s a lot of waste. We want to contribute to a cleaner environment.
All too often, properties are forced to deny residence to pet owners due to a fear that their pets will contribute to unsanitary grounds. Our goal is for all communities to become pet-friendly. PooPrints is a step in the right direction. In a customer survey, we found 56% of properties we serve have increased the number of pets they allow because of the success of the program. About 63% of respondents said they would not allow pets on the property without the program.