Pooper Scooper Cleans Up Big Business After Layoff

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It's a dirty job, but somebody is making money doing it. After nearly 30 years in the airline industry, Kevin Kendall saw the writing on the wall. His job as an aircraft dispatcher wouldn't last much longer, so the Indiana man decided to take retirement into his own hands. After researching dozens of small business ideas - picking up poop seemed to be a logical, and lucrative choice.

These days, instead of crafting flight plans for pilots, Kendall is picking up after pooches. The 50-something and his wife go from yard to yard, doing the dirty work owners don't want to.