Kristin retired from Pinellas County Housing Authority in 2019. After 16 years at the housing authority, in the accounting field, a new passion came to light and environmental concerns were the driving factor to take on a serious threat to our drinking water and polluted waterways. Fecal coliform aka Dog Poop is a serious issue in landlocked Pinellas County. All over Florida, groundwater contamination, including Fecal Coliform is an ongoing issue on beaches and in groundwater. It is her goal to help improve those environmental concerns through a pet waste management service. She strives to do this by servicing commercial apartment communities, parks, beaches, businesses and residential homes.
This photo is of Seamus. 6 pounds of bigger than life personality. I adopted Seamus in 2015. It was love at first sight. He was in rescue for two years, a difficult case because he was an elderly dog with thyroid disease, arthritis, seizures, five sharp little teeth and a bad attitude. While he has never bitten me I hear his bite is a force to be reckoned with. He currently takes 10+ pills two times a day and gets acupuncture once a month. Everyday he wakes up at 5am squeeking his toys happy as if to say woohoo a new day to love. He is so adorable and spreads such happiness that he is the inspiration for the business & logo! Seamus helped me see the world in a different light and is my inspiration to making yards a safer and cleaner place for pets and children to play in; one yard at a time.