Poo Bags

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cobden28
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Poo Bags

Post by cobden28 » Tue May 02, 2017 6:16 pm

An essential part of every dog-owner's equipment, but what do others use as poo bags? For myself I find that Asda's own-brand nappy sacks at 35p for a pack of 300 is excellent value for money and they do the job too.

Cheap to buy, readily available and effective for what I want them for so what more can I ask?

I have two packs of nappy sacks on the go at any one time - one in the dog cupboard in the kitchen and one by my computer desk for smelly items going into the litter bin, plus a pocketful of bags in my dog-walking jacket so I'm never caught without one.

sweetpea
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Re: Poo Bags

Post by sweetpea » Wed May 03, 2017 6:03 am

Biodegradable poo bags are a must ...more expensive but much more environmentally friendly. ...i get larger bags having 6 dogs to pick up from although mine have very small poos due to being on a raw diet ....The poo bags i use are £3 for 50 slightly larger but biodegradable thumbs.gif
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Re: Poo Bags

Post by Polpat » Thu May 04, 2017 7:01 pm

Sadly plastic non biodegradable bags are an environmental disaster and should be used as little as possible smiley-sad010.gif

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Re: Poo Bags

Post by cobden28 » Fri May 05, 2017 9:03 am

So are you suggesting that the Asda nappy sacks that I use aren't a good idea? If that's the case, what are some good brands of environmentally-friendly bags to buy instead?

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Re: Poo Bags

Post by sweetpea » Fri May 05, 2017 1:06 pm

cobden28 wrote:So are you suggesting that the Asda nappy sacks that I use aren't a good idea? If that's the case, what are some good brands of environmentally-friendly bags to buy instead?
They arent biodegradable so they will never rot ...just look out for poo bags or nappy sacks that state they are biodegradable love4.gif

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Re: Poo Bags

Post by sweetpea » Wed May 10, 2017 5:06 pm

Found 100 biodegradable bags in asda for £1.... thumbs.gif

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Re: Poo Bags

Post by cobden28 » Wed May 10, 2017 11:55 pm

Added to my next grocery shopping list :) !

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Re: Poo Bags

Post by Wander Woman » Fri May 12, 2017 3:54 pm

Pets at Home also has bags of 200 for a reasonable price.
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