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Biodegradable Dog Poop Bags that Fight Puppy Mills

June 17th, 2012 · No Comments · Amazon, Animal Causes

Here’s a deal worth making a stink about (sorry).

Available on Amazon are 700 Poop Bag Shop (TM) Biodegradable Dog Waste Bags for $19.99 by a company appropriately called “Poop Bag Shop”. That’s enough to last for almost a whole year. No more scrounging around for plastic garbage bags.

The bags come in blue or black colors in 35 rolls. If you buy something at Amazon for another $5.01 you also get free super saver shipping. They also come with a free dispenser shaped like a bone.

While I never heard of the company “Poop Bag Shop” nor their parent company (strangely named “Luxury Collections”), reviews of this product are great. They are biodegradable, meaning that while traditional plastic bags may take years and years to degrade into the soil, these bags will disappear in a lot less time. And yet users have reported them to be durable, unlike other biodegradable dog poo bags that start their biodegrading in your hands!

One thing I appreciate about these bags is that the product description mentions that a portion of sales will go to fight puppy mills. I wrote to the company to ask for more details about what material they use, as well as more details about how exactly they support charity. Here was their response, which seemed legitimate if not exactly grammatically correct.


Thank you for contacting us. We donate 10% of our profit to the ASPCA to fight puppy mill. Puppy mill is a serious problem. Please share this horrible information with your readers.

Here are some links for reference:

Our bags are made of material: Biodegradable (EPI / d2w)

Thank you very much,


Bottom line, it seems like a lot of Amazon reviewers are very happy with this company’s product. I’d say it’s definitely worth trying out, especially if you’re using less-than-friendly bags for picking up after your dog right now, and especially if you’re in one of those states that have banned plastic bags from grocery stores (or if you just prefer to use a eco-friendly reusable shopping bag)


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