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rondo
« on: February 07, 2007 10:44:46 AM »

I needed one of these so badly, and was really excited to come across a pattern in the Crochet Me archives.  It was for Fayette's Poop Purse and Matching Leash.  I did the leash as well, but it looked horrible when I was done (and was really too big for my dogs).

I used the J&P Coats Nylon, as suggested in the pattern.  I was a bit disappointed as I seem to remember Wal-Mart carrying more colors than they do now--white was not my first choice.  The button came from AC Moore and matches our poop bags (and the ribbon I chose for the awful leash).  It turned out to be the perfect size for the biodegradable ones we buy, though it wasn't *really* the right shape so it looks a little wonky when it's full.  But it serves its purpose and was quick and easy.



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« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2007 04:29:16 PM »

what a great and clever idea! my bags are always being shoved into coat pockets that are found two weeks later.  great idea to stay organized!
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Jupiter583
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2007 11:17:04 AM »

Great idea!  We're lucky though, we don't have to walk our pup since she's got her potty area behind the garage Tongue

what a great and clever idea! my bags are always being shoved into coat pockets that are found two weeks later.  great idea to stay organized!

I do hope you're referring to empty bags... Cheesy
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« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2007 06:17:10 PM »

we don't have to walk our pup since she's got her potty area behind the garage Tongue

Walking isn't solely meant for potty breaks. It provides much needed exercise and mental stimulation. Keeps the dog happy, healthy and helps prevent boredom related bad behaviour.
You should really consider taking your dog for walks!
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Jupiter583
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2007 12:43:23 PM »

we don't have to walk our pup since she's got her potty area behind the garage Tongue

Walking isn't solely meant for potty breaks. It provides much needed exercise and mental stimulation. Keeps the dog happy, healthy and helps prevent boredom related bad behaviour.
You should really consider taking your dog for walks!
You're absolutely right, and I do though she's still a bit skittish walking about the neighborhood.  No biggie, she's still young, she'll eventually man up...er, girl up..dog up?....yea  Cheesy
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