Properly dispose of pet waste by bagging the waste and depositing it a trash can or pet waste receptacle.
Doggie Dooley Septic Style Dog Waste Disposal System offers an efficient and hands-free way to clean up pet messes in the yard. An enclosed galvanized steel tank with a large, built-in overflow tube is easily opened when the polyethylene plastic lid is pressed with your foot. This system comes fully assembled; just place in an area with good draining soil. Shovel stool into the system and add water along with once a week to break down the dog waste. It can hold the waste of up to two large dogs or four small dogs.
Your wish is granted with the Pet Genie Pet Waste Disposal Refills. For use with the Pet Genie pail, these 7-layer bags use a strong barrier technology that locks away odors and germs. In fact, they are proven to be 4,000 times more effective at blocking air than single-layer trash bags, making it a worthy opponent for potty pads, diapers, and waste bags. And when it’s time to empty the pail, just pull the film down a few inches, cut it off with the pail’s internal cutter, and then tie off the end and take it to the outside trash. Start a new bag by pulling down more film and tying off the end, and the black line at the end indicates when it’s time for a new refill.
Doggie Dooley Pet Waste Disposal System, Model 3000 | Petco
How to Properly Dispose of Pet Waste - DoodyCalls
Although yards are a pervious surface and many people believe the dog waste will decompose and fertilizer the yard, this is not always the case. Yards typically have very compact soil due to the amount of activity on them and they act as a semi-pervious surface, which means that some of the waste will likely wash away. Other waste fertilizers, such as cow manure, have been treated with very high temperatures, which kills the bacteria and makes it safe for application. Bacteria can live in pet waste for several months, so just because it is dry does not mean it is safe. Additionally, pet waste is high in nitrates and concentrated piles of it can “burn” your grass. Properly disposing of your dog’s waste is important for public health and doesn’t have to be a burdensome task. Here are several options for disposing of pet waste.Often times, people have busy lives and find it close to impossible to make it outside to pick up dog waste. The septic system may save time by allowing you to dispose waste without having to bag it and bring it to a garbage can, but doing so still requires a time investment. If time is the issue for you, it may be beneficial to hire someone to pick the waste up for you. If you have a landscaper visit once a week, ask them to do it for you. If you don’t have a landscaper, see if there are any teen age entrepreneurs in the neighborhood who would be willing to pick up your pet’s waste for an easy dollar. This way, you can provide a job for a teenager and protect the local rivers and streams at the same time.Another increasingly popular option for disposing of pet waste is a doggy septic system. With this method, you don’t have to put it in a bag and throw it away, which makes it more sanitary and reduces trash going to the landfill. A pet waste septic system works basically the same way a normal septic system does. You buy the septic bin and bury it in the ground while allowing a small hole to reach above the surface of the ground. After your dog goes outside, use a shovel or a scooper to scoop the waste and drop it down the hole into the septic system. Enzymes will break the material down. This system does require the addition of enzymes every six months (or more depending on the number of dogs) and water as needed. This system is sanitary, environmentally friendly, and convenient. You can create your own dog septic system or you can purchase one either at a local pet store or at .A common misconception surrounding pet waste disposal is that Fido or Fluffy’s waste serves as a natural fertilizer and can simply be collected into the garden or flower bed. Dog owners take note: This is not true. In fact, leaving pet waste on the ground or concentrating it in one specific area of the yard can seriously harm soil quality and can be dangerous for both families and their pets.