carolynW wrote:I don't think i would buy that as it just looks bad!!! Then the temptation is to still toss the plastic bag into a bin that goes to a landfill. bad bad bad.
The other in ground bin is better as the microbes tossed in can recycle the waste back into the soil.
This applied perfectly well if the dog poo is solid. In the case where the dog poo is watery then it might posed abit of problem. And many time when dogs were unleased, i dun think the owners can react that fast and running around behind their dog butts to aim for the right slot. During late evening dog walking where the lighting is dim, it might pose another inconviency for some too. Well again, if everyone can be like you to take the extra efforts then maybe it can work for your mentioned methodmaneo wrote:Always have lots of small bags either from convenience store purchases or canteen takeaways.
However, you can buy packets of bags especially made for dog owners.
Also carry a newspaper page torn in half, each piece folded in half.
Dog unloads twice on most walks.
I slip the paper under his butt just as he squats.
For the first poop actually use the plastic bag like a glove to fold the paper over and grab it into the bag.
Works well; no mess.
Hope that's not too much info.
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