Tag: dicky bag

Buy in haste, repent at leisure!

Our ethos has always been to make a fantastic product which does the job properly! We have achieved this whilst paying our brilliant Cornish production people a good wage and all the rightful VAT and Corportation Tax (a very strange ethos to have apparently these days). To put it in short, our prodcuts are Made in England, by adults. An unfortunate consequence in having this ethos is that our products...

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Ebola in Dogs

Ebola in dogsWhilst listening to the news today regarding the Ebola victim in Spain I learnt that her dog had been destroyed as it could also have contracted the disease from her.  I have no idea whether Ebola can be passed on via animals, and it would appear that scientists have differing opinions themselves, but it did cause a certain amount of fear in my mind.  I’m not one to pay much heed...

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Treat Bags get seal of approval

Karen Wild, profesional dog trainer, author and dog behaviour feature writer in Dogs Today magazine, recentlly put our new treats bags through some rigorous testing in her dog training classes and her review is so glowing it even made me blush! If you already know of our products you will know that we pride ourselves on great quality, reliability and usefulness. We want to make products that our...

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It’s gonna take more than just another pick up campaign!

Please don’t misunderstand my views written here, I commend everyone involved in trying to encourage more dog owners to act responsibly, but yet another poop scoop campaign, this one entitled THE BIG SCOOP which launches on 14th June 2013, involving Keep Britain Tidy, Ben Fogle, Kirsty Allsop and the Dogs Trust, will bring exactly the same results it always has and NO PERMANENT POSITIVE EFFECT...

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Councillors wake up to the solution

It was so nice to see this report on the web today.  Cllr Petrina Kingham and Ashley Price from Lewes who are determined to do something about the amount of dog waste and dumped bags met discussed and used Dicky Bags as a solution.  It would appear that at last the message our dicky disciples spread is starting to be heard by the right sort of people.  Instant and permanent bins (ie Dicky Bags that...

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beware the perils of “de ja Poo”

For all you happy dog walkers out there who think they have solved their Poop problem by leaving your bags for collection on your return walk I have a word of warning! If you are spotted leaving your poo bags and walking away, you will be fined, and possibly for 2 offences! You can protest your innocence as much as you like but the evidence is you have littered by leaving it and the enforcer will...

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The CURE for Dog Fouling

This is my response to all of the media coverage given to the increase in bagged dog waste found on beaches. We need to talk about the CURE and stop just moaning about the PROBLEM! I have I have known about the dangers of leaving dog waste for years but everyone poo-pooed me (excuse the pun!) plus I was becoming more aware of the added problem of poo bag dumping so I invented the Dicky Bag. It is...

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It’s Snow Time!

Down here in Newquay snow is a rare and very short lived phenomenon so to help us get through these barron winter months I send a plea to you all to send in photos and preferably videos to our website and our facebook page My children are in desperate need to see some white stuff – so please give generously The best will be rewarded handsomely with Dicky treasure

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paws in the park 2011

On our way to Paws in the Park which has moved this year to the Kent Showground and it promises to be bigger and better than ever. You can come and she myself and Barry at the Xtra Dog stand to talk about all the CRAP in your life! Flyball teams can come and see our special bespoke dicky bags we have made for the Ready 2 Fly team and put in orders for their own team bags, after all you want to be...

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