Dootie Bags are the perfect companion for your GoGo Stik®!Large, strong, biodegradable Dootie Bags are designed to fit your GoGo Stik just right, and they’re big enough for whole-yard cleanup!
Dootie Bags are made of lightweight, strong, leakproof bioplastic (HDPE and Corn starch), and printed with water-based inks, so unlike other pet waste bags, they won’t live forever in a landfill.
Now you can have the perfect one-two clean up system to keep your yard and walks pet-waste free, and help reduce plastic waste too.
This is one of the best purchases I’ve made in a long time! It has made my life so much easier! I was so sick of picking up after my two dogs multiple times a day using grocery bags and my hand. I have long nails and often the bag would puncture while I was scooping and you can imagine this was not fun!
I was searching for a solution and looking into rakes and claws and many pooper scooper options before finding the GoGo Stik. The problem with the other options was that my older dog does loose stools and I didn’t want to have to clean the rake or claw every time I used it. I also didn’t want a system that required me to buy special bags. The GoGo Stik fit the bill on all counts. The unit stays clean because it is completely covered with a bag. I can use any standard grocery bag with handle so it is economical and I can recycle my bags using them again.
The bag is easy to attach, and what is great is I use way less bags. I used to have to use a new bag per pile because it was hard to pick up multiple piles without making a mess. Now one bag is enough for our entire walk for both dogs! I just scoop and shake it down into the bottom of the bag and I’m ready to pick up the next pile. It even does a great job on the soft stuff. It scrapes it off the grass better than I could do with my bag covered hand.
The GoGo Stik is also very light and I have no trouble carrying it all around the block on our walks. I generally carry it in a way that it balances against my arm which makes it even lighter feeling. (Doesn’t hurt that I can hold it far enough away that I don’t have to smell the contents!).
So all in all I would highly recommend this product to anyone who has to pick up after a pet.
I recently developed hip problems making it impossible to bend over to clean up after my dog. I am supposed to walk as much as possible so I needed something to help with the “job.” This works great. A lot of different bag sizes, work, even the free ones to my park. Easy to set up dispose of the waste. Stays clean.
Dog Duty! Laws About Owning a Dog in New York State:
The laws about dog ownership vary from state to state, municipality to municipality. In 2015 there have been several laws that relate to dog ownership in New York State (NYS). Be aware that the laws about your dog do vary from community to community. Check out some of these changes coming to NYS.
There are also a couple of bills in the capital to be aware of. Dog lovers everywhere should be celebrating these. On May 13, 2015, the NYS Senate approved a bill that now allows you to take Fido (Dexter is excited too) with you to your favorite outdoor café or restaurant (if the café permits it). There are a couple of rules that accompany this new law, your pooches cannot sit at the table top (in a seat) and the server cannot directly feed or pet your furry companion. These are the lines drawn by the food health folks.
Also, a proposed NY law if passed, will allow a civilian to break a car window to rescue a dog in extreme temperature conditions. Currently, this is only legal for law enforcement officers. NY would be the first state to pass such a law. Dog lovers the land over are celebrating!
Did You Know:
Did you know that in NYS, you are liable for injuries if you have a “beware of dog” sign posted and your dog bites someone. This sign infers that your dog is dangerous and as such, you must have control of your animal.
Also, if you DO NOT have a “beware of dog” sign, you are liable for not warning folks that you have a animal on the premises! … So what do you do? You put up a sign that says Guard Dog On Duty. This implies that a trained animal is on duty and folks should behave accordingly.
Disclaimer: These laws can vary by court of course and should not be taken as legal advice. Use your judgment when it comes to your pet care an be aware of local ordinances that may enhance or deter the laws mentioned above. (GoGo Stik is not an attorney).
Nashville Paw Magazine, Heather Dowdy Endorses GoGo Stik, Totally Clean Pooper Scooper on FB
Dog parents! If you’re like me, picking up the poo from your yard is one of your least favorite chores. I have tried so many poop scoopers – they either break, or don’t get the mess from longer grass, or get filthy and have to be washed.
Then, Gogostik sent me one of their scoopers to try. Yes, they have an ad in our magazine and I received a free scooper to try out – but I am not being paid to write this post. I truly LOVE this scooper and I want to share this video because I really do think it can make cleaning up your yard so much easier. It uses any size plastic grocery or pick-up bag, which keeps the actual scooper clean… and, it works awesome at cleaning poo even from our taller fescue grass, which other scoopers had a hard time with.
I sincerely wanted to share this demonstration in case you are looking for a good scooper for your own yard. It’s been super helpful with our 3 dogs and at keeping our yard clean!
This guest article was written by Nick Burton.
Are you and Fido ready to hit the road and make some memories? Adventures with a beloved canine companion can quickly go downhill without preparation. Here’s how to ensure you and your pooch will not only have the best of times, you won’t overspend in the process.
Accessories to Ease Travel
A few well-chosen accessories can go a long way toward ensuring you and your dog stay comfortable and safe throughout your travels. There are bowls specially designed to collapse so meals and storage are easy-breezy, and car seat covers to protect your vehicle from hair, muddy paws, slobber, and any unexpected accidents.
When it comes to keeping your sidekick in his seat, choose a restraint that is fitting for your dog’s size and personality type. If you have a small dog who isn’t overly active, a booster seat or safety harness could be perfect. Bigger dogs can also enjoy the freedom and safety of a harness, and active dogs can benefit from a carrier or crate.
For the accessories you and Fido need, stretch your travel budget by shopping online and using offers such as Ebates coupons and discount codes from your favorite retailers. You can apply the funds you save toward your and your dog’s fun.
Places to Go, Things to Do
Strange as it is to some of us, there are places that don’t welcome dogs. With that in mind, long before you pack Fido’s bags, do some research to ensure you and your pooch are heading somewhere you’ll both enjoy. And for those times you need to leave your dog alone, make arrangements for a trustworthy pet sitter to take care of your traveling companion. It’ll ease your mind knowing someone is tending him, rather than worrying that he’s stressed out.
There are dog-friendly destinations far and wide for nearly anything that suits your fancy. If ocean waves, sands, and seagulls beckon, Travel + Leisure notes there are some outstanding dog-friendly beaches, such as the dog beach in Florida’s Fort Myers, Jekyll Island Beach in Georgia, and Topsail Beach in North Carolina. Exploring national parks can be big fun as well, but make sure you do some checking because some are more dog-friendly than others. More in the mood for urban adventures? Look to cities like Chicago, Seattle, or Denver. Finding places that encourage your pooch to be himself will ensure you make the most of every moment.
When booking lodging, make reservations with pet-friendly hotels or vacation rentals. Websites like Expedia make it super simple to find the accommodations you want since you can search by pet-friendliness, and on top of that, joining their rewards program can stretch your budget.
Bells and Whistles
You might be surprised to learn you don’t need to do all the driving when you reach your destination. You can save money by using public transportation in many locations; just verify restrictions before you and your pooch climb aboard, since some systems require a carrier.
Along those same lines, it’s important to be conscientious of other travelers throughout your journey. If you and your dog are planning potentially muddy outings, like to a dog park or on hiking trails, bring along a paw washing device to tidy up before you hop into a bus, board a train, or re-enter your hotel. For example, the Dexas Mudbuster is small, convenient, and affordable, and you can explore their current offers to make the most of your money.
Of course, throughout your travels, you’ll want to clean up after your dog, so have a plan in place for dealing with waste. An economical solution is the GoGo Stik — it’s a clean, durable, efficient design, convenient to operate, and you can use any style bag so there is just the one-time purchase — all topped off with a money-back guarantee.
Planning a getaway with your dog needn’t be complex or expensive. Accessorize appropriately, make arrangements in dog-friendly places, and grab a few gadgets to make comings and goings a breeze. With these smart strategies, you and your best friend will have a terrific time!
Really? A puppuccino at Starbucks? I don’t know about that but I sure just love this Pooch! That said, the Pooch Craze is taking on a momentum. According to the APPA (American Pet Product Association), the pet industry has grown more than threefold in the last 20 years, from $23 billion in 1998 to $72 billion in 2018.
Accordingly, Corporate America is responding by offering pet perks such as veterinary insurance as an employee benefit, take-your-dog-to work days, and in some cases, “paw-ternity leave” and “fur-ternity leave” (paid time off for newly adopted pets). Housing developments are now even including dog play spaces and grooming salons, and wash areas. Haven’t you noticed that many hotels now provide pet-friendly accommodation? How about the pet friendly skies? My, how things have changed in the last forty years or so!
Pet parents (vs pet owners)? Yep. Here’s some new lingo: Fur parents with fur babies, and fur grandbabies?
As younger folks are waiting longer to have children or not, they’re adding furbabies to their new families!
Many say that their pets give them so much without expecting a return. Oh, and there’s nothing like a tail wagging pooch greeting you at the door when you return home from a long day at work!
Never write reviews for anything but this is the best product i have ever bought for pet care! I dont even scoop dog poop anymore off the grass i just catch it with the stick, now i never have to worry about the kids stepping in it in the yard anymore!
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Can I just say the GoGo Stik and wedge is the absolute best invention for picking up doggy presents. Thank you very much!!!
Longing to Have a Beer with Your Pooch?
Did you know that there are 15 different bars in Houston are selling a specially made beer for you and your pooch! Yes 3 different flavors developed by small business owners Megan and Steve Long.
In conversation, they respond to folks with these answers to the top three questions that typically come up.
- Is it really for dogs? (Yes.)
- Is it alcoholic? (No.)
- Can I drink it? (Um, sure?)
Will Good Boy Dog Beer show up in your bar? about> https://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/article219780955.html
Message: Arrived on 3rd day after ordering. YES!!
Put it together and used it right away.
I’m in love! It’s wonderful and sooooo easy to use. Got the yard all cleaned up faster than ever before. YES!!! Wondering how well this would work for my daughter (in Denver).
She has 2 big dogs! Yuk! Would like to make her life easier in that area. Thank you so much!
In a recent article by ELLEN CHANDLER The Bulletin,
Cases of dogs poisoned by marijuana rising where drug is legal.
Veterinarians in Oregon say they have seen a serious increase in marijuana toxicity cases, usually in dogs, since recreational use of the drug was legalized. Many of the cases involve edible marijuana products, but a “little, tiny quantity — in some cases maybe a quarter of a gram, a tenth of a gram — can cause severe signs in some animals,” says veterinarian Adam Stone…
…So what to do if a dog gets high? Nitschelm and Stone advise pet owners to call their vet if it is still close to the time of ingestion, and induce vomiting according to the vet’s instructions. Waiting until the full effects of THC kick in means the pet may be too sedate to safely induce vomiting.
Once the toxin is out of the animal, take it immediately to the nearest open vet clinic.
“The typical treatment is inducing vomiting and then you give an anti-nausea medication to keep them from vomiting overnight,” Stone said.
The article also points out that “other common toxins that vets have treated recently include drugs such as ibuprofen, which can cause liver damage, kidney damage, even brain damage, and acetaminophen, which is fatal to cats.
Garlic, onions, grapes, raisins, dark chocolate and macadamia nuts are also toxic to dogs”.
Hello Alec, Had a chance to give the gogostik a test & it works great for my purposes. I have a small dog, I take him for walks twice a day and he goes directly in the bag. No scooping required, just dispose of the bag. I only have a small supply of bags that came with the gogostik so I would like to purchase a larger supply to have on hand, possibly a case of 500 bags or so. Please let me know if I can purchase a bulk amount of bags; if so how many and the price. Need ASAP.
You’ve been very helpful
PS. I’ve been telling everyone about your product because I love it. I love that I don’t have to have something sitting around in my garage covered in dog poop. I think it’s lighter and cleaner than all the other options out there. Thank you again!
I have two female dachounds. Since I can not bend while I am healing from my back surgery I hesitated to walk my dogs. I had no idea how I was going to pick up poop. Yesterday I tried the GoGo stick out for the first time. It worked great! I could pick up the poop without bending and everything went right in the bag I had attached to the stick. I was very happy to be able to avoid any mess. Thank you so much. Martha