We have two dogs, Poppy and Blenheim, both hardcore pooing machines when out on their walk. They think nothing of going half a dozen times each when out and about. So it is that our household goes through vast quantities of poo bags and so it is that sourcing decent quality bags at a reasonable price is not unimportant.
What do we want from our poo bags? Strength: the horrors of a burst or split poo bag are best left to the imagination. Capacious: Blenheim is a big boy with a hearty appetite, need I say more? Scented: no need to expand more on that topic. Tie Handles: crucial to keep the contents in place and to keep the fingers as far away from that which lies within as possible. Price: with two dogs in tow that have devoted their lives to both eating and pooing the less expensive the bags the better.
These bags from Yingdelai are well priced at £15.99 for 450. There are cheaper rivals available, but they lack the robust feel and design of these ones. These come folded rather than on rolls, which is a good or bad thing according to your preference. They are thick enough and a decent size at 34.5 x 18 cm with large and easy to tie handles and smaller grap loops. They are also eco-friendly, we are told, and so will dissolve into the earth in about eighteen months. They are scented, which can only be a good thing.
If you are in the market for poo bags, and how many dog owners are not, then these are a rather good buy.