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Best Dog Poop Bags

Posted on the 06 June 2021 by Steveliu @charitablegift

Most states are starting to ban plastic shopping bags at grocery stores. One of the unintended consequences of that is that now dog owners around the country have to go and buy expensive Hefty or Glad bags to take care of their best friend's business, resulting in even more plastic being sent to landfills from bags that are much thicker than the old grocery store bags, not to mention a hefty profit (no pun intended) to the big companies that make them.

Best Dog Poop Bags
If you've shopped for doggy do bags, you know it's almost impossible to find a bag that's not so thick that it takes years to degrade and not so thin that it'll fall apart in your hands the moment it touches anything wet.
These biodegradable bags from the aptly named Doggy Do Good Store on Amazon provides a great solution. For under $30 you can purchase 180 biodegradable bags that break down in just 90 days. And yet if you read the reviews, you'll see rave comments. They're thick enough (20 microns or .80 Mils thick) to not get residue (resi-doo?) on your hands and will not leak. And yet they're so well made that they come easily off their roll and open easily.

Doggy Do Good is a mom-and-pop (mom-and-poop?) company based in the US. Every purchase gives back at least 10% back to the following animal rescues and no-kill shelters.

  • The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
  • The Humane Society of the United States
  • The Gentle Barn
  • Animal Welfare Institute
  • Friends of Animals
  • Best Friends Animal Society


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