Doody Calls

August 7, 2008 at 2:20 am Leave a comment

There is, apparently, a lot of money to be made in dog poop.  Yesterday we reported on spendy, trendy poop bags from a fashion house in Germany – today we’ve got the poop on a new product for socially responsible dog owners who are afraid of getting their hands dirty.

 The Doody Duffle, by Sly Innovations LLC is a cloth bag you attach to the handle of your leash.  The stylish cloth bag is lined with a disposable plastic bag.  The cloth bag and liner both close with drawstrings in what looks (at least to my dyslexic eyes) – to be a confusingly complex way.  Check out the product demo below:

The duffle is large enough to get in the way when held (as shown) on the loop of one’s leash – but looks too small to pick up piles left by most large or giant dogs.  I won’t be rushing out to buy one, but if it turns more people into responsible poop picker uppers – I’m all for it.

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