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need poo bags

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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
hi guys, have dogs that love pooing so need poo bags, where are they cheap? do poundland/99p stores do them ?
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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
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#1
yeh the poundshops sell them.
#2
Can't you use nappy bags? Never owned a dog to know if they the right size or thing but they only 19p in many supermarkets!
#3
I need a poo. oO
#4
transit
I need a poo. oO


But you can't as you ran out of bags?
1 Like #5
i use nappy sacks works just as well, plus if you have to carry it for a long time (dog poo bins are few and far between) it doesn't reek
#6
i use tesco value food bags 50p for 50
2 Likes #7
Make sure you buy ones that have long handles so you can tie them up on fences and bushes making people hate your worthless soul.
#8
Nappy bags from tesco. I get their own super saver brand. Dirt cheap (pardon the pun)
#9
thanks guys, knew i could rely on the people at hukd.

nappy bags from tescos will be my next stop
#10
Also Asda do their own smart price ones... and if i remember righty 300 for £3 ;-)
#11
I just use old carrier bags

Edited By: flyingflea on Jun 21, 2011 18:51
#12
Quite a lot of councils provide them for free.
#13
moob
Quite a lot of councils provide them for free.



yes my local library provides them free try either
#14
^^^

this - contact your local environmental enforcement section - they often give them away and, trust me, they are a hell of a lot stronger than nappy bags. not much worse than scooping up some really rancid dog cack only to find your fingers have gone through and it's stuck firmly and resolutely under your finger nails.



and you're a mile away from a tap.
#15
The Asda ones in the baby isle are about 40p for 300.

I get them for my little lads nappies & for the dog turdlingtons
#16
I've heard it all now!!oO
#17
I just use sainsburys nappy sacks (9p for 100- I think) and use cheap plastic gloves just in case x
#18
scrumpypaul
^^^

this - contact your local environmental enforcement section - they often give them away and, trust me, they are a hell of a lot stronger than nappy bags. not much worse than scooping up some really rancid dog cack only to find your fingers have gone through and it's stuck firmly and resolutely under your finger nails.




and you're a mile away from a tap.



At least it should act as a nail biting deterent


Edited By: The Therapist on Jun 22, 2011 00:01
1 Like #19
I just pick it up and eat it
#20
Felt crap last night, toilet paper ripped.
[mod] 1 Like #21
I pay numptyj to walk 50 yards behind me and pick it up and eat it..................he hasn't cottoned onto the fact that i never have the dog with me yet. :D
#22
If find these quite good value...all less than a grand and they are certainly poo!

http://cdn.purseblog.com/images/louis-vuitton-monogran-canvas-bags.jpg

Edited By: jiminym on Jun 22, 2011 00:50: spellign shti

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