Set up your Poop Subpod in a shady location so it doesn’t overheat in the summer.
If your dogs are prone to producing dry poop, consider keeping a small bucket near the Subpod with some water in it to drop the poop into and tip this into the Subpod after a few hours or when you get to it.
When the system is close to full (it will take 6 months on average for one large dog’s worth or 2 smaller ones) wait a week or two without feeding and empty the upper half into the garden around ornamental shrubs or around any kind of tree - ornamental or fruit or nut bearing is safe. You can use the aerator to harvest the compost. Remaining worms in the system will quickly breed up to manage the resumed poop feedings.
Optional: to maximize the worms kept in the Subpod during harvest, consider making a slurry of white flour and water the consistency of pancake batter. Use a stick to push back the compost from the 4 corners to create wells reaching to the bottom on the Subpod and pour the batter into these holes. Wait 2 to 3 days and just harvest the upper half of the compost.
Keep an eye on the consistency - if the compost is looking dry, mix in some water. If it is looking wet or sludgy, add a dry carbon that has some fiber - wood shavings or coconut coir are best for bringing air back into the compost. Crushed dried leaves that have been on the ground for at least 3 months are another choice. This brings in plenty of air which is healthy for the worms and favors conditions for aerobic microbes which keeps smells at bay.