Why should you make your dog’s poop green?
- Shamrock sh*t is the hot new designer color.
- No one wants dog poop in their drinking water.
- Ca-ca created this year should not still be around for the Zombie Apocalypse.
If you picked two or three, you’re right. If you picked one, I’m a little worried about you.
Making Dog Poop “Green”
No, I don’t mean your dog’s droppings should blend in with the grass. But even when we scoop (and we always remember to scoop, right?), we still have to decide how to get rid of the stuff.
So while flaming bags of poo might be entertaining, they’re not very eco-friendly.
Why not flush?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency calls it the best way to protect water from bacteria-ridden pet feces in stormwater runoff.
For years, I’ve known this was the best way to clean up after Honey on a walk. But how do you get the doo doo back home to the dumper?
Introducing Flush Doggy
Flush Doggy pick up bags work like a regular plastic bag. Put it over your hand. Pick up the poop. And continue on your way.
But when you get home, you flush the entire bag in the toilet. No muss. No fuss.
Flush Doggy bags are not meant to be used with septic systems. But if you have city sewer, they work great.
It is Easy Being Green
I’ve been using Flush Doggy bags for three years and I love them.
They’re easy to use. They help me protect our local lakes and rivers. The company sends 10% of their profits to ASPCA efforts to end puppy mills. And they save me a kaboodle of money. (My city charges $3.50 a bag for trash. If I had to pay each week to get rid of Honey’s waste, it would cost me $182 a year!)
Flush Doggy will send you sample bags for just the cost of shipping. You can order today by clicking the Flush Doggy link below the badge.
If flushing dog poop isn’t an option for you, check out the pros and cons of different ways of getting rid of dog waste in What Do You Do AFTER You Scoop The Poop.
Let’s face it. Dog poop is a stinky, guilt-delivery system. But it doesn’t have to be if you do your “doody” as a responsible pet person.
*Disclaimer: The link to Flush Doggy is an affiliate link which means I will earn a small amount if you buy through Something Wagging. Thank you for supporting us.
Updated: November 2017.