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    you know, some kids looking to get pocket money might be interested, do you have neighbours with kids?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebec View Post
    you know, some kids looking to get pocket money might be interested, do you have neighbours with kids?
    That's a great idea!

    Another thing OP, is it just the fact it's **** or is it the actual smell? If it's the smell, I would consider changing your dog's diets to one that ensures the poo has very little odour, and there are also good quality foods out there on the market that really cut down on the faeces dramatically.

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    Is this thread still going,Seriously its just poo face the fact & pick it up.

    Wait for it to dry out for a couple of days before picking it up with a shovel so it doesnt smell as much,or run over it with the mower.

    Other than that the longer you leave it the worse its going to be.
    "If you're going through hell, keep going"

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuGZoR View Post
    Nah, this is a serious topic Floyd. My partner currently does it, but she despises the job so much that she's willing to pay to have someone do it. Consequently, it doesn't get done as much as it probably should. Hence my inquiry.

    I know there are services in Sydney and WA that exist, that do this kind of thing. Odd if you've done it your entire life, but I guess it's much like mowing. There's just some couples out there that are office bitches and don't get out into the sun nearly as much as they probably should, hence the need for services that traditionally seem a little odd.

    I do like the idea of a kind of disposal unit. 650x700mm hole is huge though! Obviously there's the probably of the initial harvesting of the doodie, then there's the problem of where to put it. This solves one of the problems. I suppose if the smell is removed it wouldn't be nearly as bad... Might try the vicks thing with a long shovel.

    Kinda suprised at the lack of products out there to deal with this kind of thing, considering how popular dogs are especially in Australia. Gap in the market maybe?
    Try feeding your dogs natural food Pugz, if you feed raw chicken necks and the soft brisket bones from sheep or beef, mix in some vitamised green leafy veg and maybe vitamised carrot or such with some minced chicken frames, all raw, all you will see in your yard are non smelly hard poos, which go white and almost totally odourless in a matter of hours, easy to pick up and even if you miss some they just disintergrate in no time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minibulls mum View Post
    Try feeding your dogs natural food Pugz, if you feed raw chicken necks and the soft brisket bones from sheep or beef, mix in some vitamised green leafy veg and maybe vitamised carrot or such with some minced chicken frames, all raw, all you will see in your yard are non smelly hard poos, which go white and almost totally odourless in a matter of hours, easy to pick up and even if you miss some they just disintergrate in no time.
    Hi MBM...

    I fully agree with your words... i too only feed my dogs a raw diet & their normal poos have never been smelly & are not huge landmines & dry up very quickly.. raw diet poos are less in size due to the fact the dogs digestive system sucks up as much natural nutrients as possible & there aint much left to poop out. IMO its all the un-natural artificial ingredients & fillers in commercial dog foods that make dog poops stink & huge size poos..

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    Seconding that, Aussie Floyd - my dogs eat raw chicken necks and wings plus a bowl of high fibre biscuits/vegies or fish at night and we have never had problems with the runs.

    To the OP: when I pick the poo up, I use a dustpan and a shovel, then flush it in our downstairs bathroom (which is a convenient few steps away from the back door ).

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