Archive for August 23, 2017
Coming home with a new puppy can be a challenge as a new pet owner. However, you’re prepared: you’ve got your puppy playground equipment, your large dog crate for when Little Fido grows up to be Big Fido, and finally your dog park accessories.
Yet there’s just one dog park accessory you may have forgotten: dog poop bags. You could be fined up to $750 if you don’t clean up your dog’s waste in a public space. So how can you be sure to have dog poop bags on hand? By using a doggy waste station.
A doggy waste station is a pet waste receptacle with a bag dispenser. You can place this station in your own yard or anywhere in the neighborhood by partnering with your town. However, before you place a doggy w
Data shows that over 46 million households in the world own at least one dog. One thing that dog owners know all about is picking up dog waste. It’s common to take your dogs with you for a nice day outside. You’ll likely be compelled to pick up after your dog when people are around. It might seem easy to leave dog feces behind. However, you’ll learn many reasons why failing to pick up dog feces is extremely harmful. In this post, you will learn four important reasons to pick up after your dog.
- Only Takes a Matter of Moments
You will find that picking up after your dog is a simple task. You can use a dogi poop bag to ensure no fecal matter touches your hand. These bags allow for poop to easil