Tag: poo

Your dog’s poo is toxic

At last, some one has put up the sign that tells it how it is! YOUR DOG’S WASTE IS TOXIC. This is a great poster placed by the National Trust in St Agnes, Cornwall. Lets hope this starts a new trend of telling people the truth. Picking up after your dog isn’t about fines and avoiding getting caught, it’s about doing the right thing all the time, and knowing why it’s the right...

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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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Smell does not escape !

I have had my Dicky bag a while now and I have not had a single split poo bag since. I store a ball in it when we set off; the dog carries the ball home and by then the bag is full of poo. I have the extra large bag 2 collies and a heinz 57 it is easily big enough. Most impressivly, I forgot to empty it last monday and 7 days later the smell had STILL not escaped from the bag! I am so impressed...

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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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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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