Poop Away is Massachusetts owned and operated. We’re not a pet waste removal franchise and guarantee personalized customer service!
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Our simple, automated payment system means you only pay for service after it’s completed. No Pre-payments, no overcharges.
No complicated emails and forms and call backs, just a simple, quick and secure sign up page, we’ll do the rest
We’ve got you covered, but we’ve also covered out techs too. Everyone is completely insured and unlike the other guys our techs are employees not 3rd party contractors.
That’s right, no contracts! That means you can pause, change, cancel, skip service whenever you need. We’re here to make your life easier, not lock you into a contract for a service you might not need forever.
Unlike the competition poop removal is included for everyone at no extra cost, we always take the poop away!
Boston’s famous duck boats are iconic and ubiquitous. You can’t turn around in the summer without seeing one of these bright behemoths rumbling down the street. You can usually hear the tour guide from a block away, pointing out the many historic buildings scattered throughout the city. But these unique looking busses aren’t just road warriors, they are the only tour bus that traverses both land and water! There’s no better way to see the city, whether it’s your first time or 100th time.
A staple of Massachusetts school field trips and one of the highlights of the city, the New England Aquarium is home to thousands of animals, from the smallest crustaceans to the largest sharks. The aquarium is well known for it’s outdoor seal exhibit that anyone can view, and the famous penguin exhibit, right inside the door. The penguins are a fan favorite and you’ll often find the viewing platforms overflowing with children and adults alike. The main exhibit is a spiral walkway that winds around a truly massive tank. Colossal turtles can be seen swimming past reclusive fish in a dizzying array of colors and shapes. This spot can not be missed.
Faneuil hall is by all accounts the heart of the city. The original marketplace still stands, surrounded by historic buildings, shops, restaurants, buskers, street performers, tourists and locals. The original building was built in 1742, nearby is Boston City Hall, one of multiple examples of brutalist architecture that have come to define government in the city. Towards the water is one of the first ever stock exchanges, focused on textile futures and within walking distance of the market is the New England Aquarium and the famous North End, overflowing with world class Italian restaurants. No visit to the city is complete without a visit to Faneuil Hall.