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Bag Em Bio Poo Bags (Pack of 50) now £1 add-on item at Amazon
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Bag Em Bio Poo Bags (Pack of 50) now £1 add-on item at Amazon

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Posted 6th Jan

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  • Scented biodegradable dog poo bags
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  • Environmentally friendly
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This is no good for some of the dog owners near where i live. They don't bother picking their dog's crap up! Disgusting. If you own a dog then it's just something you have to do. No excuses.
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Are these strong enough to hang from the next tree or hedge I see after my dog as backed a onto a path?
I'll use these for food waste. Currently 5p each.
These will save me going out to outdoor loo at night
So much better than the transparent freezer bags, so many dog walkers seem to favour
OfficialCVG06/01/2020 13:24

Are these strong enough to hang from the next tree or hedge I see after my …Are these strong enough to hang from the next tree or hedge I see after my dog as backed a onto a path?


I never understand why they do this. Saying that dark nights mean more on the pavement.
You are better off buying nappy bags. Fragranced and cheaper.
furiousjammin06/01/2020 13:57

You are better off buying nappy bags. Fragranced and cheaper.


And thinner and more liable to split.
OfficialCVG06/01/2020 14:25

And thinner and more liable to split.


You're supposed to pick up the poo and bin it. Not play catch with it.
This is no good for some of the dog owners near where i live. They don't bother picking their dog's crap up! Disgusting. If you own a dog then it's just something you have to do. No excuses.
Use nappy bags much cheaper but it's clear
The Asda ones I've used I've had no problems but you can always double up if you're worried about thickness, they're made to pick up babies pop nappies so it's not a problem
Edited by: "Norseg" 6th Jan
OfficialCVG06/01/2020 14:25

And thinner and more liable to split.


Never had a problem you can always double up and it's still much cheaper

Yeah not exactly bio degradable but at the prices they charge even at the cheapest it's a ripoff,my dog always does it in multiple spots so I use multiple on one walk
Edited by: "Norseg" 6th Jan
briandead2106/01/2020 13:46

So much better than the transparent freezer bags, so many dog walkers seem …So much better than the transparent freezer bags, so many dog walkers seem to favour


Probably nappy bags which are much cheaper
Use Sainsburys Nappy sacks - 100 for 90p and are stronger.
Do they come in a range of colours? Just thinking of next Christmas
mattr06/01/2020 17:51

Use Sainsburys Nappy sacks - 100 for 90p and are stronger.


But are they biodegradable?
furiousjammin06/01/2020 13:57

You are better off buying nappy bags. Fragranced and cheaper.


Agreed we have been using tescos own nappy bags since my dog was a puppy and they are dirt cheap they used to be about 20p and I doubt they are much more now. They certainly are not a £1 and I think theres more thank 50 in a pack.

Sorry freezing cold.
Norseg06/01/2020 15:53

Use nappy bags much cheaper but it's clearThe Asda ones I've used I've had …Use nappy bags much cheaper but it's clearThe Asda ones I've used I've had no problems but you can always double up if you're worried about thickness, they're made to pick up babies pop nappies so it's not a problem


What about the plastic waste? theguardian.com/env…ers
Norseg06/01/2020 16:01

Probably nappy bags which are much cheaper


Some maybe. Also seen quite a few recycling old bread wrappers, or do Warburton's make nappy bags nowadays? Not very eco friendly, and visually pretty distasteful, if walking behind them before they get to the nearest overflowing bin.
Not seen any nappy bags that are bio-degradable, but this is a good price.
Will buy some and see if they're any good. Thanks OP.
furiousjammin06/01/2020 15:19

You're supposed to pick up the poo and bin it. Not play catch with it.


"Catch It" ? Nope, these are for dog poops.
The people saying use nappy sacks I don't think 'get' this deal. It isn't claiming it's the cheapest way to pick up pet pooches waste product but it is claiming to be a good deal for BIODEGRADABLE (ie planet friendly) poo bags. There's a huge difference.

Heat added. Ordered 3 packs using the Alexa trick.
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