Wouldn't you think there'd be an easier, less messy way to pick up after your dog?
It cracks me up when I see people pick up after their dogs. Don't get me
wrong, I think its great they don't just leave it, but how odd to walk
around with a bag just waiting for the drop.
The problem is you have to
be lightning fast at doing several things at once... while the dog is pulling you.
As a dog owner and inventor I began to work on the problem. ParachuteDog™s the result. It's a clutter free, easy to use waste bag kit that even converts into a scoop if you wish.
Here's more good news:
It's biodegradable, pops open, seals shut, and the dog carries it!
Can you think of a worse substance to get off grass or pavement?
No matter what method you use, it's just gross. Since there's nothing I can do about the substance itself, I figured if I make the bag more beneficial it will lessen the gross factor.
As a responsible dog owner you are an expert on what you need for a good walk. Parachute Dog™promises to make your lifeeasier and your walks more enjoyable.
Current bag choices:
Basically you have two types of bags. Rolled/folded bags in a dispenser or used bags from stores. The rolled bags are very hardto open and tieespecially when the dog just wants to keep moving.
The store bags are banned in some states because they aren't biodegradable. They're very bulky to carry, (not exactly a fashion statement stuffed in your pockets or bunched up in your fist), and they clutter up your home because they require a lot of storage space.
Does it frustrate you when you can't easily open a bag?
...How about having to tie a knot in the stupid thing!
It's very early, not a drop of coffee in me yet and I'm off to walk the lake with Carly and her Wheaton named, Famus. Trying to wake up I bob and weave around Famus. (I don't have a dog at the time). He is so awake and happy to be outside. He zig-zags on Chestnut Street and finds a spot to go.
Carly pulls a bag from her dispenser and fights with it to open. Famus wants to move on but Carly can't separate or unfold the plastic bag.
With the leash between her knees trying to control Famus, (who probably weighs more than her), Carly opens the bag. She still has to pick up the waste and tie a knot. It's like watching a rodeo event..
You see, this has to be done really fast because Famus, like all dogs, just squats and takes off. Dogs don't
need to wash their paws or hang out at the mirror. I'm convinced the joke is on us. If dogs could laugh out loud the neighborhood would be roaring.
Have You Ever Run Out Of Bags Exactly When You Need One?
We manage to get halfway around the lake before Famus - you guessed it He makes a drop right where the grass meets the pavement. Carly reaches for a bag and there isn't one...no bag!Panic sets in but we justify leaving it because of the "location of the drop". Plus we had nothing to get rid of it with.
As we leave the scene, a guy passes us. He bangs on a metal sign that reads "Please Pick Up After Your Dog". He looks like he's going to blow a fuse. Carly apologizes and explains that she has run out of bags. I don't think he believes her. This is a stressful walk.
The truth is she'll never know how many are in her dispenser because they're rolled up and she can't see inside of it. What a pain!
When you get your hands on a Parachute Dog™waste bag you'll love it.
It's different because it:
is a compact design
converts into a scoop if desired
pops open and seals shut
fits into a carrier that holds new and used bags and
lets you see how many are inside
As you think about what you really need in a dog waste bag, you begin to realize that you have only one choice to make, and that's to invest inParachute Dog™waste bags. Click here.
Do You Enjoy Carrying Used Waste Bags?
I don't think so. As soon as you can, you throw it away. I've seen it dropped into newly emptied trash barrels of unsuspecting neighbors (on trash day). That's kind of rude.
Parachute Dog™ waste bags can be stored in the Parachute Dog™ waste bag carrier. The used waste bag gets clipped onto the bottom of the carrier until you can discard it. This way, thedog carries it for you.
The more your read, the more you won't want be without this incredible product.
Think back, have you ever had to wipe your soiled hand in the grass because your store bag had a tear in it?
If the answer is yes, you're not alone. The trouble lies in the tying of the knot. Yuck.
Tom was walking our Westie, Coconut and I was beside them. He had stopped to pick up after her and I kept walking. When he wasn't beside me again after a few seconds I looked back and he was wiping his left hand in the grass, balancing a full bag with his right, AND holding the leash. The grocery store bag had a tear in it. Someone needs to invent a better product.
I wonder how quickly you're going to buy Parachute Dog™waste bags.
I've shown you how Parachute Dog™ waste bags can help you. Now, it's time for you to act on this.