michael kors A Little Help With Dog Waste

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A Little Help With Dog Waste

Have you ever found yourself out on a leisurely walk with your dog when you suddenly realize you forgot poop bags? It used to happen to me all the time: my dog would “assume the position” and I would get that sinking feeling, knowing I was out of luck. What could I do? I shouldn’t leave the poop behind, but what’s the alternative?

After this happened to me a few times, I finally went out and bought a bag dispenser for my dog’s leash. What a difference! After trying a few brands, I decided that my favorite was the N2N Poop Patrol Pet Waste Dispenser. I found it to be the most convenient option and I use them all the time. So, I decided to write a review and share my thoughts on the product. Have you tried these bags? Please share your thoughts with us!

10/22/08 correction to review: N2N Poop Patrol Pet Waste Bags are 100% biodegradable, unlike originally stated in my review. I apologize for this error.

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October 22, 2008 at 2:26 pm

(3) Cindy says:I like the dol michael kors lar store idea. Might pay off to get some and leave them discretely in certain not so conscientious pet owners around the neighborhood as well!

We share our lives with 3 rather big dogs so the walk is a planned event and I carry a dog knapsack with all the trimmings including a section built in for bags, folding water bowl and reusable water bottle.

October 22, 2008 at 6:41 pm

(4) L W says:It very important to me that I use bidegradable bags. Plastic bags simply entomb dog waste forever in the land fills. I can make myself pay for plastic that will never degr michael kors ade. I use corn based plastic bags and keep loaded with several in a treat bag. I have two kinds, a pop on the belt kind and one that has a belt around my waist. If I do run out of bags in it, I go back and pick up. Or sometimes I ki michael kors ck it in the street and make sure I wash the toe of my shoe when I get home. The street cleaner flush it away and no one steps in it.

I admit when I am terribly broke I use the store plastic. But there is talk now of charging customers for these bags in my state. So may as well but the corn based bags.

October 23, 2008 at 12:27 pm

(5) SUSAN D. says:I have 2 small dogs. I bought the cutest little black bag with a skull and crossbones on it, that holds a roll of (yes, wait for it) plastic bags. But what the deal with dogs ? They hold it till you have left the house and then they take care of business, so now I get to carry around a stinky bag of poop for the next 5 blocks, pass by people, they don see the bag and I get all the wierd looks. I am sure that my little darlings get a kick out of this ! Please no michael kors te that I don put it the bag in some strangers trash can, why should they have to smell it, that not cool.

October 23, 2008 at 9:28 pm

(6) STEVE says:Dog walkers, fight back! Look at the wild creatures that feed on feces: Eagle, Opossums, Gulls, Condors, Vultures, Buzzards. Look them up.