This product covers up the animal's "unsightly" back end and you can customize the pattern or pick from popular styles — which include a disco ball, sheriff's badge, dice, flowers, etc. — but you need to take if off before the next potty break and your furry friend needs to have a tail to hang from in the first place. Do you hang your head at this or is your tail waggin'?
Admittedly, I've never used this product but if you have tested and want to offer your praise for this — or for something else you love to use — join the PetSugar's Street Team to share all your favorites!
You'll have to pardon the pretty ridiculous name on this product — maybe they weren't thinking when naming the Poop-See Scoop. But, it will prevent those lil mistakes by shining a beacon on your cat's business. If that's what you want.
On hooded or furniture-incorporated litter boxes, it can get pretty dark in there when digging for buried
treasure poop so $15 and a couple batteries lights your way. No oopsies involved.
Now here's an interesting alternative to actually scooping the poop. Curious what this dog wears? Well, click away to decide if you're ready to get behind this device for your pet's behind.
Mama-to-be Sarah Michelle Gellar still takes rather good care of her first furkid, Tyson. Between trips to the vet and walks around town, no prepared lady would find herself without protection and this time, the pup helps carry his own business bags in a rockin' carrier.The black dispenser with skulls ($6) makes a stylish addition, although she leaves the bonus roll off and simply uses the Velcro straps to attach it to his lead. Plus, with biodegradable bags included, she's lookin' out for the future, too.
Any child of the 80s will have a hard time forgetting the Baby Ruth scene from Caddyshack. But contrary to Bill Murray's declaration, it is a big deal when a tot poops in a pool. The dark matter can spread bacteria like E. Coli and Hepatitis A, parasites or other germs. A thick unbroken stool is often better than a diarrhea type disaster, but in either instance, moms should notify other swimmers and the lifeguard. Unfortunately everyone will have to get out of the water while the matter is removed and chlorine levels are tested and adjusted but at least the chances of infecting others is decreased.
An embarrassing experience for the child and her mother, some moms choose to take their tyke and run, never notifying the pool keeper of the accident. Others put the alert out and cause everyone to get out for at least a small break, if not longer. What would you do if your babe went number two in the pool?
Even though plastic bags were outlawed at San Francisco supermarkets and retail pharmacies back in November 2007, there are still stores that offer these bags –– or compostable alternatives – with takeout or other purchases. Since, I want to make the most of those bags I do take while out and about, I'm storing them in this pretty pink Rationell Variera dispenser ($2) from IKEA.
That way, when I'm not toting a leash with a Bags On Board or BonTon attached, I can stash one of these sacks in the drawer of his carseat or carrier pocket and eliminate clutter under my sink to continue Spring cleaning even when the season's over.
Doesn't this man (and stuffed dog) look proud? Especially with the fake poopy prop as a demonstration of how this self-cleaning pooch potty works.
Today marks the opening day of the 36th International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva, Switzerland, where more than 710 exhibitors from 45 countries come to present their innovative creations. This is Philippe Glimes (of Spain) who came up with the pretty genius – but I'm betting pricey – product . . . if it ever makes it to mass market, that is.
Learn how it works and see the toilet up close when you read more
Whether you're a one-cat gal or a more felines, more fun type, I'm curious how often you change the kitties' box. For this poll, I don't mean how often you scoop the poop, but how frequently you replace all the litter. I've heard different answers from friends with the same number of cats, so now I want to hear it from you.