Note:  I have absolutely no affiliation with this company or this product.  I am just a very enthusiastic customer.

I can’t believe I am about to devote an entire blog post to bags designed to pick up dog poop.  Here we go.

One of the promises I make to my dog walking customers is to provide my own eco-friendly poop bags.

I swear, I have tried every poop bag on the market.  The best ones are thick, smell good, and dispense from the roll easily.  They break apart without much effort, and they are large enough to pick up your dog’s business and then tie a knot at the end of it without getting your hands dirty.

It is very hard to find these qualities in a decomposable product.  Usually biodegradable bags are paper thin and a struggle to pull from the roll.  They are often pretty expensive, and overall a huge hassle.

Until now.  Enter: World’s Best PoopBags .

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In short, these bags are awesome.  Go buy them.

World’s Best Biodegradable Poop Bags Starter Kit

World’s Best Biodegradable Poop Bags, 120 Bags (8 Rolls)

Of course, I also try to reuse grocery store and produce bags for this purpose before I turn to the roll at the end of the leash.  When those aren’t available, these are my new favorite option.

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Pet ID Options: “Can I See Some ID?”

April 16, 2012

It’s National Pet Identification Week!  Is your pet easily identifiable in the event that he or she is inadvertently separated from you or another caregiver?  According to the ASPCA, only 33 percent of pet parents admitted to always having ID tags on their dogs and cats (Source).  Sure, you keep a close eye on your [...]

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Thank You!

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Thank you to all of my dog walking clients who have made the first quarter of 2012 a success for And Your Little Dog Too!  It is such a pleasure to spend time with your pups each day.  Thank you for sharing them with me. To show my gratitude, each of my regular clients will [...]

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Favorite Things: Dog Books

March 16, 2012

This post doesn’t need much of an introduction.  These are some of my favorite dog books, and dog books that are on my “to read” list! Favorite Dog Fiction Book The Art of Racing in the Rain, by Garth Stein This book isn’t just for dog lovers, but if you know and love dogs, it [...]

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Bone Appetit: Chicken Banana Cupcakes for Your Dog

February 16, 2012

This recipe was created by accident.  I set out to make the pups some homemade biscuits using canned chicken instead of leftover turkey.  The protein swap and the addition of a very ripe banana made the batter very moist and more suitable for cupcake tins.  The pups aren’t complaining. Chicken Banana Doggie “Cupcakes”  adapted from [...]

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Is Your Pet on Facebook?

January 30, 2012

Last summer, I was surprised to learn that one in ten pets is on Facebook.  Sure, my dogs have their own page as public figures, but I thought that was because I am a self-proclaimed crazy dog mom.  One in ten suggests that either: I’m not as crazy as I thought; or, other people are [...]

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The Dog Rules

January 27, 2012

I think this is something to which many dog owners can relate! Source Happy Friday!

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Flying With Your Small Dog

January 23, 2012

Over the holiday season, my husband and I took our two small dogs on a flight from Seattle to Sacramento.  We have flown with them a few times before, and although it doesn’t necessarily get easier for the pups, each flight teaches us a little more to make the next trip smoother. I have never [...]

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Happy Holidays!

December 25, 2011

From our home to yours!

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A Case for Good Grooming

December 19, 2011

I love my little white and fluffies, but sometimes all that fluff just gets out of hand.  Because they are so active, Lulu and Pippa’s hair matts very easily, even with regular brushing.  Their long poodle curls also seem to clutch on to dirt and other goodies from our journeys outdoors. Exhibit A: (Lulu, before) [...]

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