January 21, 2009 at 3:04 am
Entry filed under: dogs, humor. Tags: poop.
Dog vs Technology Degenerative Myelopathy and Lou Gehrig’s Disease
Christopher | January 21, 2009 at 4:49 am
There are just endless examples of Japanese weirdness. The mere fact that you can get _used_ high school girls’ underwear out of a vending machine is reason enough to scratch your head… this… is rather inane.
The dog park I go to has a really healthy peer pressure ethic going to get people to pick up after their dogs. I consider it 100 times better to pick up every last bit, every time, for all of my dogs, than to step in it just once.
And a clean park is so much nicer smelling and looking than one where your dog comes home with feet that are toxic.
jan | January 21, 2009 at 11:12 pm
I did a post on this a while back. It takes like a gazillion straps to be fastened before you can begin the walk. At that time they were looking for distributors for this product. Maybe with the video they can show how practical the product is. Or not.
Audie's Gramma | January 22, 2009 at 4:36 pm
Sure, ‘cuz fiddling with gizmos over a dog’s anus is so much less gross than scooping.
Kinky little rig. That pouch on top — when your feed the popeeted poop into it, does it just come out the end again? That seems to be what I saw.
Sam da Man | February 2, 2009 at 2:18 am
Leave it to the Japanese again. Do you suppose that those lanterns can be reused as luminaries along the sidewalk? This gadget could catch on if someone was on the fence about picking up or not picking up after their dogs. The target market should be for “lazy” dog owners.
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