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Best Dog Poop Bags Ever!

Review of: EZ Dog Poop Bags
Price:
$15 - $25

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Rating:
5
On May 23, 2013
Last modified:June 23, 2014

Summary:

Best poop bags I've ever used! Buy in bulk and save. These are strong - strong enough they have yet to break for me. They tear off VERY easy - easiest of any bag I've tried. They are black - no see through - unlike other colors I've tried. No more embarrassing moments walking through the park with see through poop bag! Large enough for large dogs. I have 105lb Doberman - big! No problem with the reverse grab technique with these bags. Read full review.

I was so pleased with these EZ dog poop bags that I felt compelled to write a review. I have a 100lb Doberman and prior had a Golden Retriever. I’ve tried many different dog poop bags but have to say, these are the best. Minimum requirements: I want an inexpensive poop bag, and I want a bag that won’t break. Most of the doggie poop bags on Amazon fit these requirements – but the winner is EZ 1000 Patented Dog Pet Poop Bags, 50/20 Refill Rolls Bulk Waste Bag (black)…  Click image below for more reviews on these dog waste bags on Amazon.

These dog poop bags excel for a few reasons. One, they are very inexpensive bought in bulk. They are also extremely strong. I have yet to puncture one… and three, they tear off the best of any I’ve tried…. I just grab one end and start to unroll with the thumb of my other hand positioned in center of bag – when the perforation hits my thumb, there is an opening that catches my thumb and I just pull the bag off the roll – easy! Best dog poop bags I have ever used! Size: The bags are plenty big. Like I said, my Doberman is big – 100lbs…. and his poops are big! I have no problem sticking my hand in the bag, grabbing his poop and reversing the bag with lots of room to spare. I personally do not tie the bags, I feel the poop will decay faster in the land fill. But if you tie your bags, there is plenty of room to do so. Color: I normally use the blue bags, and last go ’round used the purple bags. Not that it makes a lot of difference, but these black bags are great. They are not see through like the others. Walking in the park with a dog poop bag that you can see the contents of the bag is not cool… these black bags are thick enough that the contents are not visible at all. I also like the fact that there is no tube in the center of the roll. Someone else mentioned this and I thought “so what.” I carry the roll of bags in the 5th pocket of my jeans (the little watch pocket). Without the standard plastic tube, the roll flattens a little more and is easier to get in and out when it is a full roll. Plus, one less thing to add to the land fill. What goes in must come out. I’ve tried quite a few premium dog foods over the years. Each dog is different as to what digests the best and tastes good. My Doberman used to be a chow hound as a pup and would inhale whatever was put in front of him. Now that he is 3, he has become more picky, plus his digestive system seems to be more sensitive. Nothing is worse than picking up mushy stools. I started another website bobsdogfoodreviews.com which I will start adding my reviews, your reviews, and other’s reviews on various dog foods. It is just in infancy stage now. I was feeding Brody Merrick Lamb & Rice dog food but he still had loose stools. I switched to Replenish and his stools are now good (easy to pick up!) I will post on bobsdogfoodreviews.com  more on foods I’ve tried – what works what doesn’t. Love to hear your favorite food. Bottom line: these doggie bags are inexpensive, strong, large enough, easy tear-off, solid no see-through color. What more could you ask for. These will be my bags of choice from here on out. (they also arrived very quickly!)  Price tends to go up and down… check current price and if still free Prime shipping here.

  

1 Comment
  1. Hello I think that bags for dog poop are quite a good way to solve the dog poop problem. However we use a different way to get rid of dog poop!

    Worms convert dog poop into plant food.

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    Dealing with dog waste is probably one of the things every dog owner dreads!
    There are indeed millions of nicer topics to talk about than dog waste or dog shit (sorry for using that word but it is what it is)!
    But lets face it every proud owner of a German Shepherd, Jack Russel, Husky or any other breed will have to make a plan to get rid of his or her best friends waste.
    After all dog feces can be annoying, smelly and even the cause of disease. There are a lot of bacteria in dog waste including E. coli, and salmonella.

    Probably the most common way to deal with dog waste is to send the children into the garden or backyard on a regular basis to scoop up the smelly piles and throw them into the rubbish bin.
    This way we get rid of the problem in our backyard but the animal waste would still be dumped on the municipal landfill sites and pose a threat to the communal health.

    A much better way to deal with dog waste is to use earthworms or better composting worms to convert the dog shit into nutrient rich worm castings.
    Dog shit, is in an excellent food source for earthworms. Worms don’t have teeth and can only feed on soft decomposing materials.

    We have a worm bin or as I call it a “Pet poop com-poster” in the backyard that has been running
    exclusively on dog poop for close to 9 years now.

    The worms seem to be happy and their breeding activity in those worm bins is exceptional.
    Some of the benefits of using compost worms to recycle your dog poop are:
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    • No bad odors in the back yard or garden (healthy worm bins never smell)
    • Reduction of waste rotting on landfill sites
    • Constant production of worms that will recycle organic waste

    • Constant supply of fat worms for freshwater fishing
    • Constant production of worms that can be sold for extra income
    • Production of worm castings which can be used to fertilize flowers, trees and lawns, but should not be used to feed fruit and vegetables.
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    To get started you first will have to buy or build a worm bin.

    Then get hold of some earth worms for breeding stock.
    The most popular worms are Eisenia Fetida worms, commonly known as compost worms, red worms or red wigglers.

    If you can’t get them, then use European Night crawlers. They will work well too.

    Depending on the size of your dogs, you should add at least 500 to 1000 worms to the worm bin.
    The bigger your worm bin the more worms you can add. Worms tend to grow bigger if they don’t feel crowded.

    If you want to find out how you can set up a worm farm to recycle dog waste follow the attached link to find all the free information you will need.

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    Note: we have worked with dog waste for many years now and never had any health issues but it is a good practice to either wear rubber gloves or use a plastic bag when scooping up the dog feces.

    kind regards

    Stephan

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