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    Does anyone have any experience with a doggie dooley?
    It is a Septic-Tank-Style Pet-Waste Disposal System (amazon)
    I'm a new bulldog mommy and disposing of the poop is becoming an issue...for my lawn guy, not me
    How does every one deal with this nasty task?
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    Quote Originally Posted by love jelly View Post
    Does anyone have any experience with a doggie dooley?
    It is a Septic-Tank-Style Pet-Waste Disposal System (amazon)
    I'm a new bulldog mommy and disposing of the poop is becoming an issue...for my lawn guy, not me
    How does every one deal with this nasty task?
    I think I posted on another thread about this..we had one..worked great..need chemicals once in awhile..and you do have to actually still pick up poo and put in the system..unless of course you have a very talented dog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    I think I posted on another thread about this..we had one..worked great..need chemicals once in awhile..and you do have to actually still pick up poo and put in the system..unless of course you have a very talented dog!
    I posted this question on the nutrition board as an afterthought to my "real" question about nutrition...I wanted to see if I'd get more responses by posting it here, since it didn't really have anything to do with nutrition.

    Guess not too many people use this system?
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    We considered getting one but haven't as of yet. We just scoop it up and put it in a plastic bag to go in the garbage bin.



    Edit: I now remember why we didn't get it when we were considering it. It says NOT to use it in clay and we definitely have clay.
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    Awesome Mothers Day gift.... just saying....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceP View Post
    We considered getting one but haven't as of yet. We just scoop it up and put it in a plastic bag to go in the garbage bin.



    Edit: I now remember why we didn't get it when we were considering it. It says NOT to use it in clay and we definitely have clay.
    For sure @BruceP..since it works like a leech field..clay would not be conducive to that! Thanks again for my flashy frame! Jake looks very regal..lol

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    My grandparents had one when I was little and it worked great as far as I know. They used it for years and it never had any kind of smell or anything. Can imagine they are only better now even.

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    I think I will order this...I've seen enough positive to think it can be an answer...someone else talked about a "worm bin" using doggy poo....makes good soil for planting??? I'll look into that too.
    I live in Florida and our "soil" is SAND, so the doggy dooley should work well.

    Turns out it's kind of interesting to see what everyone does about the poopy problem.
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    I've seen these in my Fosters & Smith catalog. Very interested in them too. Update us if you do decide to get it and let us know how it works!!
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    At the moment we pick up the poop and put it in the bin. However we keep both our garbage bins in the garage and so it just stinks the garage out!!

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    Bag it n bit it here too. And now with some rare warm weather here in the UK I just dread opening the bin..the stench is horrendous.
    Whilst on this smelly subject though I have a concerted yard so Lucy's wees soak in. The smell in the heat is bad. I clean the yard every morning and use disinfectant but it's not getting rid of the smell any ideas on what I can use?

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