Earth Rated Extra Large Poop Bags
FREE US SHIPPING on this item!Thanks to the Earth Rated Extra Large Poop Bags, you can hardly notice the unpleasant smell of your dog's mess. That's because the extra size dog waste bags are produced with an awesome lavender fragrance. These Earth Rated Extra Large Poop Bags are a big 11" x 13" size and leak-proof for your protection. Includes 225 bags on one roll. This is also great for cleaning your cat's litter box.
- Easy to dispose
- Bags are biodegradable making it environmentally friendly
- Perfect for bigger dogs with big poops
- You can easily fill this with all your dog's poop in the garden
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These bags are wonderful! What I particularly like about this is the size; the 11 inch width is wide enough to allow me to empty my pooper-scooper directly into the bag so that bending down to pick up the waste is eliminated. Of course those with large dog or dogs will also appreciate the amount the bags will hold. Other than the size of the bag, they are airtight when tied shut, and with the lavender deodorant, they do not create an odor. I can only assume they will break down in a land-fill, unlike plastic newspaper or grocery bags.
The selling point to these bags is the size. I have a Golden Retriever that well... leaves mammoth sized gifts and I live in an apartment and I am a responsible dog owner so I purchase these. Actually just purchased my second box yesterday.I love these bags. I went through several varieties before I discovered these and they are well worth the cost.The smell is not all that noticeable and lets face it, your nose should not get that close to the bag if its full of crap anyways right ?
This size works well for the task of scooping litter, and in my few weeks of usage, I've found them to be very durable. I didn't realize I was buying the lavender scented ones until after I received them. Some other reviewers commented on the strength of the scent, and I do agree that it is strong if you are especially sensitive to smells. The scent itself does not remind me of lavender at all. I would describe it as a plastic-y, herbal, floral scent. It isn't particularly unpleasant, but it is strong. I have the litter box hiding in a piece of furniture in the living room, and I originally placed the box of Earth Rated bags by the litter box. I ended up moving them to a closet because every time I sat down on my couch, I could smell them. On the other hand, I'm able to double knot a bag after scooping, place it in my trash can, and not smell any of the unpleasant contents of the bag. For apartment dwellers like myself, I like that I don't have to go all the way to the dumpster every time I scoop the litter box. I would like to know what the scent is actually coming from, considering I feel like I'm inhaling it every time I grab a bag. The company website does little to disclose this information, stating that it's derived from plants and is compliant with International Fragrance Association standards. I do appreciate that they make an unscented variety, so there are options if the scent bothers you.I probably will choose to purchase Earth Rated's Vegetable-Based bags, also available on Amazon, when I run out. If I had been reading closer when I first placed my order, I would've gotten those in the first place. Earth Rated seems to do a decent job reducing waste, and all packaging is made of recycled materials. The company also states that their multiple warehouse locations allow for reduced emissions caused by shipping, which is nice. Aside from the packaging and recycling of excess materials, the actual bags themselves are not particularly "green". Plastic is still plastic. The company seems to have adopted a lot of more sustainable practices in packaging and manufacturing, but you are still buying plastic bags. The only addition to them is a degradable plastic additive, which is supposed to cause plastics to degrade at a controlled rate. This isn't enough for the bags to be actually labeled as biodegradable. Some reviewers mentioned that they were difficult to open, which I have yet to notice. Perhaps they are more difficult to open if you are used to a standard pet waste bag. Personally, I wouldn't really mind if they were a little trickier to open, because I'd rather have a bag made more sustainably.Based on all this, these bags do the job well. Anyone sensitive to scents might want to opt for the unscented variety. And consumers should be aware that there is no such thing as a "biodegradable plastic bag", at least not with the current standards. This bag is made with more sustainable practices, but it is still a plastic bag. The same company makes an unscented vegetable-based bag that is plastic free and can be disposed of in composts accepting animal waste, which I will try out when this supply runs out.