Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2016
I never imagined I'd grow up to write reviews of dog poop bags on the internet, yet here I am. I guess when you spend as much time as I do standing outside waiting for your dog to poop while he smells the same spot for 20 minutes, you start to think about things.

First of all, I have a dog who has what I politely like to call "anxious tummy." Sometimes people scare him in my apartment hallway, and he accidentally goes right there on the steps. In this moment, it is SUPER CLUTCH to have an easy-to-open poop bag like this one at the ready. And yes, I've noticed that a lot of poop bags are so hard to get open, which is not ideal when you're trying to clean up an embarrassing mess before your cute neighbor who you saw on Tinder rounds the corner and steps in it and you're publicly shamed because your dog can't handle his bowels.

My dog also prefers the feeling of mulch underfoot as he relieves himself. It's really hard to pick up poop from mulch without also retrieving a bunch of mulch. Wood chips and plastic bags typically don't mix, but these bad boys (or should I say good boys?) are able to handle the mulch without ripping and tearing which is awesome in my book.

Lastly, I don't typically like the smell of fake lavender, but these actually have a really nice scent that does a fairly good job of blocking scent. Great for someone like me who is astonishingly lazy and will put it in my garbage can instead of walking the 500 feet to the nearest doggie waste station. (Don't judge.) VERY IMPORTANT. (See earlier cute neighbor anecdote.)

Thank you for reading my dog poop bag review!
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