Picking up after your furry little friend is an unenviable but unavoidable chore, so don’t make it any more difficult for yourself. CHACO’s environmentally-friendly dog poo bags are safe and reliable for sanitary handling of pet wastes.
Smart, Sturdy Bag Design
Each bag is 9*13 inches, big enough for the largest of dogs and long enough to easily tie. The pickup bags are unscented, so no artificial, chemical smell that could cause allergies and illnesses. No need to worry about any waste odors seeping through, however, as our “heavy-doody” bags have a thickness of 15 microns and can stretch without tearing or leaking. Finally, the core-less design reduces waste to save space and the earth.
“Green”, Eco-Friendly Material
We believe in preserving the environment one dropping at a time. Made with TDPA® plastic additive technology from EPI, CHACO bags will bio-degrade in as little as 18 months! (Typically, a plastic bag takes 15-20 years to decompose.) The biodegradation process is completely organic and does not introduce any harmful chemicals into the environment. Please feel free to visit the EPI-Global website to learn more about their innovative TDPA technology!
• To load the roll carrier, simply press the PUSH button to pop open the dispenser, load a roll, and close.
• To dispense, pull plastic bag until the stopper catches the slit between bags and tears.
• Adorable, bone-shaped container includes a clip to attach to your leash or pet bag.
What’s in the Box?
• 300 ct – 15 rolls, 1 x dispenser
• 1000 ct – 50 rolls, 2 x dispensers
300 count (15 rolls) / 1000 count (50 rolls) with 20 x 9*13 inch bags per roll
BIODEGRADABLE – Made from eco-friendly EPI organic material to allow bags to break down in 18~36 months
STRONG & LEAK-PROOF – Thick, resilient, unscented bags will prevent unwanted messes and block odor
PATENTED DISPENSER – Cute, bone shaped roll container easily dispenses bags with clip & mechanism for seamless tearing
NO CORE – Bag rolls do not contain those unnecessary plastic rolls in the middle, saving space and the environment