Poop Bags

Pickups don’t have to feel like a chore

  • Sometimes plastic is useful, like when it forms a barrier between your hand and your dog's poop. These plastic doggie bags are designed to break down more quickly in landfills. And brands cut down on plastic in the rest of their packaging, like using recycled cardboard inner cores for their bag rolls. 
  • Poop is technically compostable, so nothing is stopping some of these bags from being compostable too. Always check with your municipal compost facility to make sure they accept pet waste, and if you compost the bags in your backyard, we don’t recommend using the finished compost on any plants you plan to eat.
Poop Bags
  • Sometimes plastic is useful, like when it forms a barrier between your hand and your dog's poop. These plastic doggie bags are designed to break down more quickly in landfills. And brands cut down on plastic in the rest of their packaging, like using recycled cardboard inner cores for their bag rolls. 
  • Poop is technically compostable, so nothing is stopping some of these bags from being compostable too. Always check with your municipal compost facility to make sure they accept pet waste, and if you compost the bags in your backyard, we don’t recommend using the finished compost on any plants you plan to eat.

Poop Bags


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  • Compostable Poop Bags 60 Bag Refill Earth Rated
    8 reviews
    $9.99
  • Poop Bags 120 Bag Refill Earth Rated
    4 reviews
    $7.99
  • Poop Bags 315 Bag Refill Earth Rated
    11 reviews
    $18.99
  • Poop Bags 120 Bags with Handles Earth Rated
    14 reviews
    $7.99
  • Poop Bags 300 Bag Roll Earth Rated
    9 reviews
    $14.99

Pickups don’t have to feel like a chore

  • Sometimes plastic is useful, like when it forms a barrier between your hand and your dog's poop. These plastic doggie bags are designed to break down more quickly in landfills. And brands cut down on plastic in the rest of their packaging, like using recycled cardboard inner cores for their bag rolls. 
  • Poop is technically compostable, so nothing is stopping some of these bags from being compostable too. Always check with your municipal compost facility to make sure they accept pet waste, and if you compost the bags in your backyard, we don’t recommend using the finished compost on any plants you plan to eat.
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