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Pick up your Dogs Poo! Are you a Pooper Scooper?

Updated on October 1, 2013

Clean up after your dog the easy way

The must have dog accessories dog poop bags and pooper scoopers Or are you just Fed up with finding poop bags, stuffed in pockets, in the washing machine, or worse just can't find them when you are about to take the dog for a walk. Well I have the solution. these easy to carry poop bags and holders just made pooperscooping easy.

With a hyper dog excitedly waiting at the door, desperately trying to find poop bags, you end up frustrated, the dogs barking and the leisurely walk you envisaged on a glorious day gets off to the worst start possible, you are harassed before you even leave the house.

As an owner of a Douge de Bordeaux and a Bull Mastiff, and now a little bulldog Puppy all dogs were adopted, so already had their own established routines of doing the loo! I really have my hands full but I have found the perfect solution to ensuring the disposal of my dogs poop is not a problem!

See more Bags on Board Bone Dispensers here

National Pooper Scooper Week

I am not kidding a whole week dedicated to picking up dog poo!

When someone actually told me Scotland had its very own pooper scooper week! Monday 25th July - Sunday 31st July. I just had to go and find outwhat this was about.

Basically the message is to highlight that people must be more responsible and pick up after their dogs.

They suggest

1. GRAB IT - Always keep a supply of bags near your dog's lead so you don't forget to take them with you on every walk. Simply insert your hand in the bag and pick up your dog's waste.

2. BAG IT - Carefully turn the bag inside out to "bag" your dog's mess.

3. BIN IT - Dispose of the bag in a bin. Dog waste can be put in a public litter bin if a specific dog waste bin is not provided.

Easy peasy

If you are a visitor to this page from the

UK please visit to Buy pooper Scoopers HERE

or US customers find all your DOG Supplies HERE

Picture Credit:By Josh from Washington, D.C., USA (scoop da poop Uploaded by SchuminWeb) [CC-BY-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Do you dispose of your dogs waste properly? - ....or do you just walk on by?

Are you a responsible pooper Scooper

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You will be fined if you do not get rid of dogs waste Responsibly do you get rid of Dog poop?

It is your responsibility as a dog owner to ensure your dogs waste is picked up, nobody likes to see it, it does not magically disappear. More often than not ending up on peoples shoes being trampled into their cars or houses. Or being washed away and joining our water system.

The smell is most unpleasant, and carries lots of dangers from harmful bacteria and viruses, to the flies it attracts.

We have special bins provided by our local council to put our bagged poo in, and can receive a fine if we do not dispose of our doggie waste properly.

So we can combat the unpleasant job of picking it up and hassle of not finding any poo bags, all in one go.

By Editor5807 (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Pet dispenser poop bags - and poop bag holders.

This has got to me the most fabulous invention ever. All my problems before have disappeared, as soon as I pick up that lead, off I go on our walk, knowing I have this cute little poop bag dispenser at the ready.

Be sure and also order your refils.

Bags on Board Dog Waste Pick-up Refill Bags, 120 count
Bags on Board Dog Waste Pick-up Refill Bags, 120 count

perfect bio-degradable poop bags, Buy in bulk for a fantastic price. So as never to run our again.


The Best Pooper Scooper on the market - there really such a good looking thing?

Yes indeed even for those who are fashion conscious these cute designs show you care

Fed up of Dog waste in your Area - something about it!

here are some fabulous resources that can be used in places that are known bad spots for dog owners leaving their animals poop!

Or Are you just fed up pulling soggy wet poo bags out of the families pockets after the wash?

what do you think, have you had enough of the dog poop being left lying around - please leave your comment here

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    • sandeep15r profile image

      Sandeep Rathore 

      3 years ago from New Delhi

      Thanks, for writing it. It is really useful.

    • SusanAston profile image


      5 years ago

      Great lens. Come and have a look atmy Dog Gift lens for a new poop idea I found on the net

    • SusanAston profile image


      5 years ago

      Great lens. Come and have a look atmy Dog Gift lens for a new poop idea I found on the net

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      5 years ago

      Hi! Been reading your pet related lenses! All them are great! I don't have a dog but I take care of my sister's dog many times. I really don't like to clean the mess they do but I must! It's dirty and green spaces must be clean for all of us! When I go out there are lots of "dogs gifts"- that's what we call it - around. It's very unpleasant. But many persons use the bags. It's just that there are many dogs in the neighbourhood and they poo a lot!!!!!I Liked your lens!

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      Shelly Sellers 

      6 years ago from Midwest U.S.A.

      My neighbors need some of these dog poo bags :)

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      6 years ago

      Never had to deal with this in the country, although I have friends and family who pick up after their dogs. Never asked them if they remembered to toss the bags out or not. Sounds like a question I'll enjoy asking them!

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      Lisa Auch 

      6 years ago from Scotland

      @LisaMarieGabriel: my cat used to do that too, for the life of me i had cat litter trays all over, but no he fancied my bath for his doodoos!

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      Lisa Marie Gabriel 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      I no longer have a large dog - I do however have a Persian cat who poops in the bath and I find a pooper scooper is just the job :D Sprinkled with angeldust! :D

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      6 years ago

      Oh my yes! I have indeed "had enough of the dog poop being left lying around!" Now that I am picking weeds, by hand, in the front yard!

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      Rose Jones 

      7 years ago

      Yes MOM - I will use your suggestions - and start picking up the poo every single time! He goes in a field -but nonetheless.

    • TransplantedSoul profile image


      7 years ago

      Years back, we got a german Shepherd. The first winter, she used the backyard, and we had a huge surprise as the snow melted leaving behind the treasures and pools of brown water. From then on, it was a pooper scooper - and always done diligently. It is worth it!

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      7 years ago

      i was looking for some dog poop bags on the net when I saw this. We really need this especially for those who have more than 2 dogs. :)

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      Anthony Altorenna 

      7 years ago from Connecticut

      We often walk our dog on the beach, and there is always a little blue bag tied to his lease -- just in case!

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      7 years ago

      Oh, may many people see this and get their dog poo taken care of properly!

    • UKGhostwriter profile image


      7 years ago

      This really is an essential part of the dog walker's kit! great lens

    • jvsper63 profile image


      7 years ago

      Really great idea...Nice lens!!

    • norma-holt profile image


      7 years ago

      Fabulous idea. *-*Blessed*-* and featured on Angel blessings for dogs on Squidoo

    • WindyWintersHubs profile image


      7 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC

      Great Idea. I hate stuffing bags in my pockets. I'll have to show my daughter these leashes for her doggies!

    • rlivermore profile image


      7 years ago

      I have the first one you show and I am very happy with it. It is so nice to have it attached to the leash so that I don't have to grab any baggies as I go out the door.

    • ChemKnitsBlog2 profile image


      7 years ago

      I will definitely be getting one of these when I get my new puppy! (hopefully by september...)

    • bt55 profile image


      7 years ago

      This reminds me why I don't have a pet cow. Thank you for the helpful information!

    • bt55 profile image


      7 years ago

      Too few knew wha' t'do with the poo. Great information on a 'dog's business' plan.

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      7 years ago

      Great lens topic, Lisa!


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