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PET CSI® launches a high-tech Pet Registration Mobile Application, Fall Of 2015

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

In 2009 Cedric Moses introduced Pet DNA Matching Services to Multifamily Developers, Property Managers and HOA’s across the US and he was met with overwhelming excitement in providing “A Solutions to Pet Waste Pollution”. Around that same time Cedric Moses introduced this technology to the Dallas City Council. Cedric Moses received a less than favorable […]

PET CSI® Offers Pet DNA Identification

Thursday, August 20th, 2015

07 AUGUST, 2015 – PET CSI® and entrepreneur Cedric Moses are pleased to announce the Pet DNA Analysis System and app which helps pet owners, as well as city governments in aspects of pet control and management. Many municipal governments across the country are enacting laws to better enforce regulations against pet waste. They also enact […]

Biotechnology Matches Poop To Who Didn’t Scoop; P.E.T.CSI™brand Exposes Copycats

Thursday, August 20th, 2015

World Wide Web – August 14, 2015 P.E.T.CSI™brand is the brainchild of Cedric Moses who introduced his idea over five years ago, and holds a patent for the Pet DNA Identity Process using both QR code and DNA biotechnologies together.  Moseshas been successful in setting up animal DNA analysis at a number of America’s top […]

P.E.T. CSI – Pet DNA Testing Coming to Your Neighborhood!

Friday, February 13th, 2015

Do you have an unlicensed dog? Or maybe you are not the best about picking up after your pet? If that you, then you may not be happy about this company, that is using technology to help landlords find rule-breakers and fine them. Cedric Moses is the founder of eConcierge Solutions which is an innovative […]

Residents: Dog Poop To Dollars Revenue Source Stinks

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

MCKINNEY (CBSDFW.COM) – The Avana El Doradoapartment complex has ordered its residents to bring their pets by this month for DNA samples so they can start targeting tenants who don’t scoop their dog’s poop. Offending pet owners will be fined $500 for violations – a cost that doesn’t sit well with residents. “I don’t have […]