Cycle Dog biodegradable pick up bags – is the best way to clean up after your dog

Cycle Dog pick up bags are a good option to pick up your dog poo!

Cycle Dog pick up bags are made from corn and starch and are 100% biodegradable. Because they are made from sustainable materials they are will break down with out leaving toxins.  Cycle Dog poo bags act the same way as plastic but are much kinder to the planet.  Corn and starch bags save two thirds of the energy you need to make plastics and they use 70% less green house gases when they degrade in the landfill.

Cycle Dog pick up bags refill

Cycle Dog pick up bags 6 rolls 72 bags made from corn and starch.
Using a plastic bag to pick up your pets waste won’t help the environment either as some plastic bags can be recycled but need to be clean.  A plastic bag can take up to 500 years to break down, discarded plastics are a big cause of pollution and are damaging our environment.

Beware of degradable or biodegradable

Degradable bags are commonly mistaken for biodegradable.  But unlike biodegradable bags, they do not break down. A degradable bag is still petroleum-based plastic that will only break down into smaller pieces and take years to do this and will leave toxins in the soil.
If you read biodegradable on your bags it is important to note what they are made from, as most biodegradable bags in NZ are actually a plastic made the same way as a plastic bag using petrochemicals but have had an additive added to them when being processed which will  help them to break down more quickly but only into very small pieces and they will leave toxins behind.

Cycle Dog compostable pick up bags made from corn and starches

Cycle Dog compostable pick up bags made from corn and starches

Leaving your pets poo on the grass or pavement can cause problems too and you can be fined for not picking up your dog poo.  Dog poo carries bacteria, Hookworm and whipworms and can be passed on to other dogs.

Cycle Dog pick up bags are made from corn and starches, they are 100% biodegradable.

They are available from www.louisandphoebe.com
https://www.louisandphoebe.com/
Or ask at your local vet.

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