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Doggie-Bags Addresses a Public Nuisance and a Serious Health Issue Caused by Exposure to Dog Waste
Date:4/27/2010

l as the health concerns associated with dog waste,” said Marlene Wald, president of D.B. Products, Inc. “What better timing than now in the spring to help the public. During ‘Don’t Step in the Dog Poop Day’ and ‘National Scoop the Poop Week’ we intend to raise public awareness about the grave effects of dog waste when it is not disposed of properly, and to maximize our arsenal of resources to address this formidable challenge.”

“Doggie-Bags® offers America’s 80 million dog owners a low-cost, easy-to-use and effective way to dispose of dog’s waste with a home-use Doggie-Bags® dispenser which includes 200 Doggie-Bags® that are ‘green’ and 100 percent biodegradable,” said Mr. Wald.” We’ve set the standard with our line of Doggie-Bags® receptacles for commercial, as well as individual use. One of our established commercial models is an Outdoor Mounted Doggie-Bags® Dispenser and the other is a Stand-up Doggie-Bags® Dispenser with a built-in Trash Receptacle Unit which is already in use throughout the U.S. and in Europe.
Our commercial dispensers are designed for use in public parks, at dog parks, at beaches, in campgrounds, at pet-friendly hotels and motels, in airports, at veterinarian offices, at dog grooming businesses, as well as for dog owners who live in high-rise apartments and condo buildings, as well as many other venues. Where there are dogs, there are Doggie-Bags® to eliminate any unsafe conditions.
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Doggie-Bags® has been providing a vital service to dog owners and communities all across the country as well as internationally. As the direct manufacturer, our personalized service and attention to detail is what differentiates our products from the competition. Our products are great for condominium projects, sports fields, apartment complexes, hotels or any other place dog o
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