Here’s the Scoop on the Poop Scoop

DSCN0573This is where the pigs roam. In Charlotte. North Carolina. I’m on the lookout for them. Whew. That was too much.

OK. Y’all remember quite a while back I told you about some new poop bags the peeps found? They didn’t like them because they were hard to open. They came in pocket size packs and were all folded up.

Well, tada!

poopbagsNow they come in those rolls you stick in the collar thing. (Hey, my collar thing was a holiday gift exchange gift. Cool, huh? Thank you my gift exchange buddy!)

Here’s the scoop on these poop bags.

They’re flushable. Yes. You. Read. That. Correctly. You can flush ’em. (Just don’t tie them in a knot before you do.)

Better to flush than add more waste to the trash landfills, right? Right.

What will you humans think of next? I KNOW! Why don’t you think about lowering the price on these darned things? That’d be sweet.

What You Learned Today:

  • The peeps got some new poop bags.
  • Check ’em out. They’re called Flush Puppies.
  • The only negatives We can say are these two: 1.) the ones in the folded up package are hard to open and 2.) they’re expensive.
  • Other than that friends, happy flushing!

About The Scottie Chronicles

Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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14 Responses to Here’s the Scoop on the Poop Scoop

  1. Flushable is a great idea. I’ll have to look out for them here.

  2. Anonymous says:

    WOW!!! What will be next… poopless scotties???? Ah…probably not~~~~~~~~~~ a good idea though. Bag holder on collar…hmmmm…why not!!
    Roodles for now…better get outside and tend to “business” …L&M

  3. the only issue with flushables – you have to find a rest room to flush them in…which means carrying the poop bag full of poop around with you – yuk. Trash cans are usually much closer and if they bio degrade in a toilet – I am sure they will in a landfill 🙂

  4. Piper MacT says:

    Mummified scotty poop? dunno whether to be envious of future Indian Jones, or feel sorry for them…

  5. Daisy says:

    We’re usually too far from a toilet, so we may have to stick to the cheap, landfill ones. But we’ll be on the look out for the flushable ones.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  6. We only use biodegradable bags but hadn’t thought about flushing! Have to work on the logistics of that 😉

  7. Jazzi says:

    well….how cool is that???

    Jazzi and Addi

  8. We’ve never heard about the flushable kind! Thanks, Stuart! We’ll be checking them out!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

  9. Kyla says:

    Are they septic safe? We don’t have city water or sewers. If we have a fire, the Fire Dep’t has to bring their own water. What does that mean? It means we have no fire hydrants. Our trees are cactii. It doesn’t mean that much to Kaci and me because we’re female.

  10. dougalldog says:

    Flushable, that sounds like a good idea!

  11. “flush puppies” *BOL* that is a pawsome idea.
    Wally & Sammy

  12. I’ll certainly go check them out here in the UK. However, like most scottie comments, we’re often too far from human toilets, but pass by lots of litter bins for poop so I leave my deposits in them!

  13. Gizmo says:

    Flushable bags are a good idea…That photo sure looks good as a watercolor

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