Companion Gear Bags to Go Dispenser
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Rating: 4.9

Average rating from 11 reviews.

(4.9 out of 5, based on 11 reviews)

Handy bag dispenser goes everywhere your pet goes for fast, convenient clean-up. No more looking around for clean-up bags before taking your dog for a walk.Bags to Go easily attaches to dog's collar, leash, or belt loop.Comes with 24 bags. Refills sold separately.
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Reader's Reviews (11)
Francine L.
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Rating: 4

Nice and convenient

posted 5 years ago

Great, especially when traveling--bags can always be at your fingertips. Nice option to have the dog carry the bags in case you forget!

Pros: Convenient and ready to use

Cons: None

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Rating: 5

Better than a zip lock

posted 5 years ago

they are small and can be kept in a pocket or one always in the car. Easy to use and dispose of. A must when having your pet anywhere in public.

Pros: easy to use

Cons: having to use it

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