Texas Independence Day is a special holiday that commemorates the day when Texas declared its independence from Mexico on March 2, 1836. As Texans, we are proud of our heritage and the values that make our state unique. One of those values is taking care of our land and keeping it clean and healthy. At Paws Pooper Scoopers, we believe in this value and strive to help Texas homeowners keep their yards clean and green. Let's explore how Paws Pooper Scoopers can help you celebrate Texas Independence Day with a clean and healthy yard.
A History of Texas Independence Day - Texas Independence Day is a celebration of the state's independence from Mexico. In 1835, Texans rebelled against Mexican rule and formed a provisional government. On March 2, 1836, the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed at a convention at Washington-on-the-Brazos. This document declared Texas an independent republic, separate from Mexico. The Texas Revolution continued, culminating in the Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836, where Texan forces under Sam Houston defeated the Mexican army, securing Texas' independence.
Keeping Texas Beautiful - Texans take pride in their state and want to keep it beautiful. This includes keeping our yards clean and healthy. Paws Pooper Scoopers can help you do just that by regularly removing pet waste from your yard. Not only does this keep your yard looking clean and green, but it also helps prevent the spread of diseases and parasites that can harm your family and pets.