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Pooch Pick-Up Bags with d2w® Plastic


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Pooch Pick-Up Bags with d2w® Plastic

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We believe in cleaning up with a clean conscience. That’s why we designed our new Pooch-Pick-Up® bags with Symphony d2w® plastic. They’re just as durable as your typical plastic bag, but without all the “baggage.” Symphony’s controlled-life plastic technology allows our Pooch-Pick-Up bags to dissolve in open air in as little as twelve months, which means they won't end up becoming a permanent piece of litter.

  • Durable, Yet Degradable Material
  • Easy Tie Handles for Quick Pick-Up

Size: 5.75"W x 10"H (without handles)



Item # Description Price Each Qty
KE-PS Pooch Pick-Up Bags, 35 ct Each $2.49
 
In Stock
KE-PT Pooch Pick-Up Bags, 100 ct Each $5.49
 
In Stock

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 - Thursday, January 02, 2014
Update: no longer Best
Reviewed By:  LorryInFlorida (Tallahassee, FL) 
Yes, I originally rated the Pooch Pick-up Bags with 5 stars, but the last time I ordered them, apparently the manufacturer has changed the product CONSIDERABLY. Buyer beware. I'll be looking for an alternative.

 - Thursday, July 05, 2012
Dependable!
Reviewed By:  AJ (Sacramento, CA) 
These are great and good for the environment. They are dependable and sturdy as well. I like things a certain way, and I’m never without these bags. As a new dog owner, I had to get used to cleaning up after my dog, but if he only eats his Synergy dog food then I know when and how much he’s going to go, and I can clean it up quickly with these bags.

 - Sunday, November 06, 2011
Update NOT really biodegradable
Reviewed By:  Pete NC (Durham, NC) 
Long story short... after months of use, these bags don't readily compost, and a call to their customer service reps readily told me that these bags are 5% cornstarch, otherwise plastic, and it takes many months before they will even start to break apart "in optimal conditions." Even then, that means breaking into lots of little plastic pieces. That is not what I thought "biodegradable" meant. My bad? Kudos to the company for their customer service people being honest, but... if you're looking to buy "green"/compostable bags, not so much.
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