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Plantlover Fri 09-Mar-18 17:24:09

Which are the Cheapest and best please?

CMOTDibbler Fri 09-Mar-18 17:25:58

Sainsburys nappy bags (not the basics ones) are our favoured brand atm

MrsJayy Fri 09-Mar-18 17:30:19

I am using nappy bags from poundstrerchers you seem to get less poo baggage for your money

MrsJayy Fri 09-Mar-18 17:31:07

If you buy specifically poo bags

Accountant222 Fri 09-Mar-18 17:52:39

Nappy bags 30p per 100, dog poo bags £1 per 100

Floralnomad Fri 09-Mar-18 17:57:33

I always use nappy sacks but not the economy ones as they are too thin .

Oops4 Fri 09-Mar-18 18:03:24

We get free poo bags from our council.....might be worth checking?

Mol1628 Fri 09-Mar-18 18:05:42

I like the rolls from home bargains. I use the dispenser I got from there too.

Ylvamoon Fri 09-Mar-18 23:18:31

PLEASE THINK ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT! USE BIODEGRADABLE BAGS.

I use them, not the cheapest but usually decompose within 6-8 months. Compare this with 1000's of years for plastic.

Spottybotty14 Sat 10-Mar-18 07:19:30

I would never consider not using biodegradable. They’re pretty cheap now.

bluebells1 Sat 10-Mar-18 07:26:32

If your council offers free poo bags, it is worth a check. Ours does and that's the one we use. Sometimes we buy the large unscented ones from any petshop.

babyblackbird Sat 10-Mar-18 08:30:55

Scot pet shop biodegradable bags . I buy them in bulk on amazon at 1000 at a time and they are dead cheap

babyblackbird Sat 10-Mar-18 08:31:19

Oh and very thick so no fingers through them

Ickyockycocky Sat 10-Mar-18 08:34:45

Wilko 50p for 20. They are strong and I’ve never had a failure.

Slartybartfast Sat 10-Mar-18 08:35:03

No problem with value nappy sacks. Currently have not value nappy sacks and they are bigger which is good.

Spottybotty14 Sat 10-Mar-18 10:01:09

Are the value nappy sacks biodegradeable?

Plantlover Sun 11-Mar-18 14:09:18

What shops can you get the biodegradable ones from?

Plantlover Sun 11-Mar-18 14:32:06

I have found some tesco ones but none at other supermarkets?

Are any hopes poo bags biodegradable?

MarkleAndSpencer Sun 11-Mar-18 14:41:12

I often find packs of biodegradable ones at T K Maxx which are very reasonable.

confusedandemployed Sun 11-Mar-18 14:43:52

Home Bargs ones in a roll with the bone shaped dispenser you clip on the lead. I never forget them then. unless I forget the lead like I did this morning. Thank God he'd already done his biz

Lonecatwithkitten Sun 11-Mar-18 16:10:52

Biodegrable poo bags are always available in TK Max, nice and thick and a decent size. Not as cheap as nappy sacks, but I can not bring myself to put biodegrable poo in a non-biodegrable bag.

ILoveAntButHateDec Sun 11-Mar-18 17:22:54

I can’t understand people who pay £££’s for a dog, equipment, food and insurance but can’t afford a few pence to buy biodegradable poo bags??

Slartybartfast Sun 11-Mar-18 19:13:52

Perhaps not everyone spends a fortune, cheapest poo bag was the question

DisorderedOrder Sun 11-Mar-18 19:18:44

PLEASE THINK ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT! USE BIODEGRADABLE BAGS.

Just want to reiterate this^. The difference in cost is pennies. You can literally get 100 for £1, if you can't afford that you can't afford a dog surely?

Slartybartfast Sun 11-Mar-18 19:20:13

UNNECESSARY TO SHOUT

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