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17 May, 2018

Poopin’ and scoopin’

Posted by andrea tomkins in: dog stuff|Publishing/writing/career stuff

This is not a very glam topic, to be sure, but after I did some research for a blog post about proper pet waste disposal for the terra20 website I knew we had to switch. I picked these baggies up this past weekend and I’m happy with them. (Well, as happy as one can be about poop bags, anyway.)

New poop bags for Piper

I’d love to hear from you on this topic. Is this issue on your radar at all?


2 Responses to "Poopin’ and scoopin’"

1 | Nora

May 24th, 2018 at 6:46 am

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Those are the bags we use and always have. Have I made a good choice? I have always gotten lucky and found them at Winner’s! I’ll head to Terra20 when I need them next time.

2 | andrea tomkins

May 29th, 2018 at 12:12 pm

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Yes! Earth Rated plastic bags contain an additive which helps them to break down in the landfill. Other plastic bags will be around forever. :(

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