Tag: dog poo

Favourtie Dog Walks

Upload details of your favourite walk to our facebook page. The more information about where it is and why you like it so much would be perfect.  Why not add tips about where to get the best cup of tea or even a Pint on route or how about the perfect pinic stop for the longer walks. We’ve all got our favourites so why not share a bit of happiness – help others brighten up the winter...

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excited by dog poo!

I have had a Dicky Bag for 15 months now and have loved it from day one. My family think I am rather strange to get so excited about something that I put dog poo in, but I wouldn’t be without it! Apart from being a fantastic invention that I use every day (well the dog does!), the people that run the company are a delight to deal with. Their customer service is outstanding. Thank you Dicky...

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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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Why did I wait so long to buy my Dicky Bag?

I have had my Large Blue Beach Dicky Bag now for 3 weeks, and I can honestly say, it has changed my life!  Before you dismiss me as some sad person who could do with getting out more let me finish. I didn’t think carrying bags of dog poo bothered me, it wasn’t my most favourite job but I just got on with it, carried it to the bin and got rid of it, which is why when I first saw the Dicky...

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Caching In!!

We are no longer geocaching virgins! We spent a great 2 hours yesterday on our first Geo Cache adventure.  I think it should only have taken 30 minutes but we didn’t mind. Kids had a great time and the dogs were exhausted. we learnt 4 top tips 1. read the clues before you start 2. make sure your i phone or gps system is fully charged before you leave 3. trust you instincts – if you think...

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New Outlets

Just a quick note to let you know that you can now purchase Dicky Bags at 7 National Trust Properties around the Country.  These are Trelissick and Carnewas in Cornwall, Knightshayes and Killerton in Devon, Box Hill in Surrey, Felbrigg in Norfolk and Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire.  You can now enjoy a great day out with your dog and not have to worry about carrying that bag of dog poo.  If you’ve...

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Top 5 facts about Dog Poo

I know it’s not a nice subject but I find myself getting increasingly annoyed by silly comments made by people in an atempt to justify why they don’t pick up their dogs mess.  Like most people I used to believe that the worst thing about dog poo was stepping in it or getting it on the wheels of pushchairs or bikes but after some research I’ve discovered there is a far more sinister...

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getting to grips with the Dicky Bag.

Hi Mandy. The Dicky Bag arrived on Monday, thanks. We’ve got a 7 month old Collie (Millie) and the bag was christened on Thurlestone beach today…! I would have sent a photo in, but that’s a bit too sad, I think..My wife Louise is the main doggie walker and for some insane reason I thought it would make a good present for her Birthday today, and I think it went down well enough. She had a bit...

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Odour seal passes the Test

The amazing powers of the odour seal on our bag has even impressed us read on… Just seen your note about the dicky bag found near Mansfield. Can’t lay claim to it but would like to add, we have had a poo in a poo bag in the dicky bag in the back of the car for 2 weeks. We keep forgetting about it because we don’t have any odour to remind us but find it when we are out and about;...

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Bird attacks make picking up dog poo harder

Just a word of warning to the people who choose to leave their bags of dog poo ready for collection at the end of their walk. Sue Whitely from Cumbria was just telling us today, when she called to order Dicky Bag, that her prefered method of leaving her bag of dog poo so she could collect on the return journey of her walk has recently been made impossible by the local crows.  These birds have got...

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