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Waste/Doggie Doo Doo Where? What?

Discussion in 'Woof Memorial Critter's Corner' started by AirMountainMan, Oct 8, 2004.

  1. ;P OK somebody had to bring up the smelly subject...LOL. ;P

    I am interested to hear the technique for cleaning and more importantly disposing of the waste.

    I was thinking of burring a +/- septic tank...and adding some enzymes to break it down. I am not sure that would be a great solution because of the Utah winter.

    So what are the solutions out there?

    Scott
     
  2. scowan007

    scowan007 memberrific!!!

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  3. SouthernGal

    SouthernGal What's Up Dox?

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    My ex and I had the Doggie Dooley. We had 2 animals then--a Golden Retriever and a miniature Dachshund.

    The thing worked GREAT in Memphis, especially during the warmer months. You have to buy enzymes for it to make it work though, and they can be expensive. Be sure you get the right model for your size and number of dogs. The dooley doesn't like cold weather because colder weather slows down decomposition.

    I'm planning on buying another one for my new house. On a scale of 1-10, I'd give this product an 8 if you're in the warmer climates.
     
  4. utah

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    Had one of those for our Chocolate Lab, you better make darn sure the ground will perk. We dug the hole buried the Doggie Dooley and come to find out the ground didn’t perk. Had to dig it up and fill the hole back end, needless to say, we weren’t real happy, we now use grocery bags. We placed a small 13 gallon trash behind our shed, the kind you step on to open, and now we scoop poop, place in bag, tie bag handles together, and place in trash can. We haul our trash to a dumping facility every week so no big deal. We figured out you need to place it in bags and tie the tops, especially in the summer, if you get what I’m saying.
     
  5. Supernatural

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    They make this THING, I don't know what it's called but it's kinda pyramid shaped and you bury it underground and throw poop in it and shut the lid, it will do its' natural thing and when it's full, you just fill the dirt over it and move it to another spot in the yard OR you can just chunk it over the neighbors fence BUT make sure you alternate neighbors atleast once a month or they WILL catch on, LMAO, J/K
    Ryan