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After buying 2 other bags which promised so much and lasted 2 minutes, I decided to give these a try, firstly the poo bags are as promised, thick and do not rip just as you are picking up poop, fantastic! Success! The bag it self is superb! The quality is outstanding and very sturdy indeed. - Helen

The kit is perfect for a weekend away, treats fitted in with small bottle of water and a ball. Poo bags clipped on the side and could be worn over the shoulder or as a belt. Very strong and easy to clean - Julie

This pack is amazing! I love that the bags are on rolls and you get a holder for the bags! The larger bag is ideal for trips to the beach or a far as you can hold a water bottle in it. Great purchase for dog owners, I'll definitely be ordering again when I need to.- Matt


The dog bags are thicker and bigger than the normal. I wouldn't go back now! If you get the bags you won't go back either - Anne

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Simple dog obedience training tips

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Doggy breath? Check and clean their teeth
Doggy breath? Check and clean their teeth

When your dog welcomes you home, the first thing you should notice, ahead of the noise and wagging tail, is a pink tongue, a moist nose and white teeth, all positive signs of a healthy hound. If, however, you are bowled over backwards by decidedly doggy breath, then it is probably time to invest in some dental care for your hound. 

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Four easy dog calming tips
Four easy dog calming tips

Behavioural problems are not uncommon in dogs, and many owners ultimately abandon their pets when they find they can't cope with a hyperactive hound. This is a heartbreaking end to what should be a beautiful friendship, and it's easily avoided. Here are our four easy ways to keep your crazed mutt calm, and as a result, happier overall.

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