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Introducing another amazing Az Pet Professional member and her Crappy Business! Pun most definitely intended! 


My name is Sandy Aaron and I am the proud local owner and operator of Pet Butler Pet Waste Cleanup and Removal servicing the East Valley and Phoenix. 

We provide pet waste cleanup service to homes, apartment communities, HOAs, condos, townhomes, and dog parks in Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, South Phoenix and Central Phoenix. We are strong supporters of Pet Rescue by way of service volunteering and financial support. 





Check out our Pawsome Yelp reviews from some satisfied customers! Here is a peak at a wonderful customer review:

5 Star Rating
"We have been doing business with Sandy and Pet Butler for a little over three years now. Anyone that has ever been out to clean our yard has been so nice and friendly to all of our dogs. They ALWAYS come as promised (we do twice a week yard pick ups), do wonderful work, and address concerns immediately. Sandy and Pet Butler have been wonderful to work with over the years. I would highly recommend them to anyone!"

See all of our Yelp reviews here:


After a 20-year career as a Computer Support Administrator, I wanted to find an opportunity where I could work directly in and with the community. I found Pet Butler and was immediately drawn to its values and core system. The idea of working outdoors, being around animals, providing exemplary customer service while providing such a necessary service was just what I was looking for.

It's a crappy job, but someone has to doo it! Every day is a crappy day here at Pet Butler, but we love it! Business stinks but it's picking up. Ok, enough fun! 



I have lived in Gilbert for 20 years. I have been involved in many different aspects of community service. I am a strong believer in getting involved in our communities. I have two children and four grandchildren. I have always been owned by at least one dog!

If you've got “Pet Poop” give us a call so we can show you why we are #1 in the #Poo business! 






Business Phone: 480-600-6139

Business Website: www.petbutler.com 



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