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  1. kensri
    07/04/2009

    Wow this is the most healthy way of keeping dogs poo. But I wonder if this products are available international particularly in Australia?

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    • ellie
      07/04/2009

      I think you may be able to find them through ebay 🙂

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  2. Ron Yon
    25/04/2009

    Could one make dog poo logs as one would with horse poo, or does dog poo lack enough fiber?
    Maybe one could use
    paper and poo?

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    • ellie
      26/04/2009

      Would you really want to do that?! Apart from being unpleasant, there are health issues with dog waste.

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  3. michael
    29/06/2009

    I flush my dog’s poop down the toilet with a flushable doggy waste bag. Most eco-friendly way to get ride of dog poop.
    Dog doodies are best to be flushed down the toilet and degrade naturally , just as our own doodies. Stop destroying our earth and start educating the public, one poop at a time. Be a responsible owner and go green for our pets.

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  4. Claire
    23/01/2010

    Flushing dog poo down the mains sewage system is debatable? The best way is to install a dog poo wormery in your back garden (if you have one). It works in the same way as kitchen waste composters.You can also use the liquid fertiliser on ornamental parts of garden (but keep it away from vegetable, crops and kids obviously)

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  5. DOG POOP BAGS
    20/12/2011

    so cool and nice posting and I loved the it is presented… !

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  6. Miranda
    01/02/2012

    Agree that flushing it is debatable – the water has to be cleaned up at the sewage works from all the thousands of things people flush and toss down the drain. Where do you think that water eventually ends up? There is a ‘out of sight out of mind’ mentality.
    Plastic bags in landfills isn’t great either – biodegradable bags a bit better. But better all in one place than spread all over cities.
    I think home digestion/composting systems such as mini septic tank or worm farm would be most environmentally friendly.

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  7. melanie mcwilliam
    27/09/2012

    Hi, I am looking for a green solution to disposing of dog poo and recycling it. I understand there are wormerys available but they aren`t big enough for the amount of waste. I need something or instructions on how to make a green solution for a dog rescue centre which caters for roughly 80 dogs of all sizes.
    Any help on this matter would be much apreciated, many thanks, melanie

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  8. Dog walk
    09/11/2012

    Our dogs a Jack Russell and a Labrador, have always pooped in the garden then scooped and desposed down the toilet and flushed. When they have a run out in the woods, doggy poo bag ana Poo bins. Simple.

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  9. H Davies
    25/03/2013

    Before flushing dog faeces down the domestic toilet you should check with your local water company. Some state that animal faeces should not be put in the domestic waste system. Any responsible dog owner would invest in a dog-loo that way they would not have to pay out for plastic bags, can train their animals to go to the toilet in a certain place away from children etc and then only the owner is responsible for dealing with the waste their pets produce instead of everyone else.

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  10. Mr Patrick Bradley
    20/09/2013

    Good evening.
    A friend of mine runs a dog rescue in Somerset they have a large number of dogs and as a result have a large amount of dog poo. Can you advise us if there is any way of dealing with the amount of poo they get on a daily basis.
    Thank you for your help
    Pat Bradley

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  11. janie
    01/10/2015

    On a visit to Birling Gap East Sussex recently with our young puppy and also doggy bags and plastic gloves I was horrified to see three doggy poo bags dumped on the ground in different areas.I could then see why they were there as there were no doggy poo bins in sight so I suppose they were left on the ground out of frustration.However what is the point of securing the mess in a doggy bag and leaving it on the ground why not put it in the back of your car?

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  12. Jo
    08/04/2016

    PLEASE DO NOT FLUSH BAGS DOWN THE TOILET! Even if they say ‘flushable’ they are not! They do not break down. Only poo, wee and toilet paper down the loo please.

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  13. Andrew
    22/04/2016

    my next door neighbour’s dog craps in my garden, filthy, i keep lobbing it back over then fence.

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  14. jon
    01/09/2016

    My 6 year old son has made a short film about this subject.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YZNP2nRM6g

    Hope you enjoy it! 🙂

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    • june
      16/11/2016

      Love the film Jon!

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  15. yvonne
    07/09/2016

    is it ok to take dog poo from your garden and put in a nearby public dog bin?

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  16. Andrew Day
    12/09/2016

    When out walking in the countryside I pick up poop in the usual way with a bag, but instead of doing the bug up I throw the poop, without the bag, deep into the nettles or brambles where no one, human or dog, is going to go. Poop without the bag totally biodegrades and deep in the undergrowth, is not going to harm or offend anyone. It’s certainly better than doing what so many people do which is put it in a bag and drop the bag on the side of the path!

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  17. Andrew Day
    12/09/2016

    Further to my comment above, its worth pointing out that I can re-use a single bag over and over again so less resources are used up making bags and the council have less waste to send to landfill.

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