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Product Specifications
Sizes Available
Small (for 10-20 lbs dogs), Medium (20-40 lbs dogs), Large (40-60 lbs dogs), XLarge (60-90 lbs dogs), Huge (90+ lbs dogs)
Diarrhea Compatible
Clip Lifespan
At least a year
White and blue, white and green, white and pink.

Piqapoo Hands-Free Dog Poop Collector

With Piqapoo, you won’t have to worry about collecting your dog’s poop anymore. This hands-free, one-hand operated device is the perfect alternative for scooping up after your dog. Created by dog parents who spent three years in refining the design, Piqapoo is a device that is so light that your dog won’t even feel its weight most of the times. It consists of two parts – the silicone clip with soft silicon cushions that fits around the base of your dog’s tail and the disposable collection bag which is light and durable enough to prevent leakage. The collector can take in any texture of dog feces and is a convenient solution for dog waste disposal you can carry anywhere on the go. So be it at the beach or the park, you can now make your dog do his job like a civilian wherever and whenever. Simply place it around your dog’s tail, wait until he poops and dispose of the bag in the nearest bin with the press of a button once the job is done. Currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter, you can get your Piqaboo (available in different sizes based on your dog’s size) starting from a super early dog discount of $29.

Piqapoo Hands-Free Dog Poop Collector
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Discovered on Dec 2, 2016, 4:00 pm EST
Discovered by Weston Lanpher
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