Tag: dickybag

The Poo Tree!!

The first time that I, Dicky Dog encountered the poo tree I was quite taken aback to say the least. I’d been out for a lovely stroll with my faithful human companions and as we returned to the car park at a hitherto unexplored location, there, just off the beaten path was the poo tree. Rearing it’s ugly branches from the wilderness, a tree so unpleasant it stopped me in my tracks. There...

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Dogs… why do we love them so much?

If you’ve got a dog, (and if you’re on the Dickybag website) the chances are that you know how special dogs are… we’ve had a long relationship with these very special creatures although no one really knows the specifics of when dogs were domesticated but archelogists are aware of many cultures around the world who allowed dogs into the tribe from 14,000 years ago! That’s a long term relationship...

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As common as a dog lead

my Dickybag arrived today…quick service thank you……and the Dickybag itself is fab, what a great idea, I have three dogs so it will be well used, what a really fantastic product, can’t believe I’d never seen one until last weekend, I’m sure it wont be long before seeing a Dickybag is as common as seeing a dog with a lead,   Thank you for improving our walks   Cath,...

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It’s Brilliant!

Hello, Thank you so much for my Dickybag – I was very impressed with the quality and design, I used it for the first time and it’s brilliant! I will certainly recommend one to my doggy friends and have put some of your flyers in our local dog friendly cafe – thank you once again. best wishes Jenny Edwards, Kent

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Has your council tax bill gone up?

What a silly question Of course it has Could i just point out to those people who are vocal about wanting more dog bins or want them emptied more often that if you get your wish your Counil Tax will go up even more and once it goes up, it won’t be coming down . Why not find a cheaper alternative, one where you don’t have to carry plastic bags of dog poo in your hand until you get to...

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