120 Bags on 8 Refill Rolls
- Extra-long and extra-strong bags to protect your hands
- 100% Leak-Proof Guarantee
- Available in lavender or unscented options
- Recyclable packaging
- Pairs perfectly with our dispenser
“I have ordered these bags two times already and plan on continuing to do so. There are three things I love in particular about this product: First, they smell amazing – always a positive when you have to deal with dog poo. The smell is pleasant and covers the poo smell. It won’t cover the smell after multiple days inside a trash can but throughout a long walk it definitely masks the scent. Second, right before the line where it tears off from the next bag, the design of the bag changes color. I don’t hunting for the place to tear with bags with constant pattern. Usually I have to search for it right when Spot (name has been changed to protect the guilty) sees a squirrel and leaves me with an unravelled roll of dog poo bags and my dog who runs around a tree with his leash bouncing along behind him. Finally, I appreciate that the sticker that holds the roll together isn’t too sticky, like some dog clean up bags. It doesn’t tear a hole in the bag at the start of the roll which renders the first bag useless for holding stinky poo. The fact that these bags are environmentally responsible is the icing on the… Well, you get it. I don’t walk to mention dog poo and cake in the same review.”
“Good size, good coverage for your hand, easy to use, best I have found on the market.
“Never did I imagine that one day I would grow up to review dog poop bags on the internet, yet here I am. I guess you start to think about these things when you spend as much time standing outside waiting on your dog to go poop while he keeps smelling the same spot for 20 minutes as I do.
First of all, my dog has what I politely call an “anxious tummy”. Sometimes in my apartment hallway people scare him and he has an accident right there on the steps. In times like these is it SUPER CLUTCH to have a poop bag that is easy to open like this one. And yeah, I noticed many poop bags are difficult to open, which isn’t ideal if you need to clean an embarrassing mess right before your cute neighbor who you saw on Tinder comes around the corner and steps in it and then you are shamed publicly all because your dog can’t handle his bowels.
My dog also like the feeling of standing on mulch as he relieves himself. It is difficult to clean up poop from mulch without also picking up a bunch of mulch. Typically plastic bags and wood chips don’t mix, but these bad boys (or should I say good boys?) can hold the mulch without tearing or ripping which is amazing in my book.
Lastly, I usually don’t love the scent of fake lavender but these ones actually have a pretty nice scent and do a decent job of blocking the smell of poop. Great for someone astonishingly lazy like me who will put the bag in my own garbage instead of walking 500 feet to the closest doggie waste station (don’t judge me). VERY IMPORTANT. (See previous cute neighbor anecdote).
Thanks for reading my dog poop bag review!”
Our dark green-colored bags contain an EPI additive which helps them to break down, unlike traditional plastic bags. As international standards vary by country, and in order to comply with all labeling regulations, we do not label our bags as biodegradable. We do offer certified compostable bags made from vegetable starches and have been BPI-certified and meet both ASTM D6400 and EN13432 guidelines which allows them to be disposed of in a municipal composting facility that accepts pet waste.
EPI is the developer of Totally Degradable Plastic Additive (TDPA) which is the technology used in our green-colored bags. EPI testing shows that TDPA allows the bags to break down as it reacts to variables such as heat, oxygen and agitation, is non-toxic and produces no harmful residue. We invite you to visit their website where you can find some further information on how EPI works!
Our light green-colored bags are BPI-certified compostable and are made from vegetable starches. They also meet both ASTM D6400 and EN13432 guidelines which allow them to be disposed of in a municipal composting facility that accepts pet waste. Please note that not all composting facilities may accept pet waste and we suggest verifying with your municipality for details
62% of our lavender scent is naturally sourced from essential oils derived from fruits, plants and spices. The remaining 38% is a binding agent that helps the scent adhere to our bags. The lavender scent accounts for 1% of the total make-up of our bags.
Our dark green-colored bags contain an EPI additive which accelerates the breakdown process, therefore, we recommend keeping them for no more than 24 months. We also suggest storing them in a dry, cool area, as light and heat can accelerate the breakdown process.
Our certified compostable bags are made up of vegetable starches, therefore, we recommend keeping them for no more than 12 months while also storing them in a dry, cool area.
Dry fingertips can sometimes make it harder to pull the bag open. If you are having trouble opening them, we suggest pinching the top of the bag to separate the sides or even slightly moistening your fingertips.
Still having trouble? Perhaps trying our handle bags with a wider opening could help!
Dark green-colored bags: 15 microns thick
Certified Compostable bags: 20 microns thick
None of our bags nor any of our packaging contains latex.
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