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Once we realize the many diseases spread by canine waste, we must of course cleanse our hands after handling it. We know it is the right thing to do. It makes perfect sense, doesnt it? Consider a dog poop bag holder that provides for this necessity and also offers so much more. Enjoy your walk, enjoy the great outdoors with your pet, but please do clean your hands after picking up dog poop.
Chances are great that we do not even think about it. Because we didnt “touch” anything. But did we?
So we are definitely not done once we have picked up the waste. Just as after visiting the toilet, we must wash our hands to protect ourselves and others from these many possible diseases spread after handling the poop bag. If it is difficult to find soap and warm water on our daily walk, which it most certainly is, then carrying a small bottle of hand sanitizer is our only option.
What do we do have picking up dog poop? Do we make sure our hands are clean? Clean enough to munch on that apple? Or to take a bite out of that cookie? Or to hold our childs hand?
Can you get sick from picking up dog poop?Both humans and canines can acquire certain diseases from dog poop. In humans, diseases transmitted between species are known as zoonoses. Roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms are commonly known gastrointestinal parasites that shed eggs in dog feces.
#1: Dog poop is a pollutant
The Environmental Protection Agency classifies dog poop as a pollutant, in the same category as oil spills, herbicides, insecticides, and salt from irrigation practices, because of the nutrients and pathogens that leach into soil and water, and impact wildlife, plant growth, and human health. The nitrogen and phosphorus in dog waste trigger excessive algae and weed growth, which can choke out aquatic life and make the water unsuitable for swimming or boating. In addition to excessive plant growth, the disease-causing worms, bacteria, and viruses thrive in waste, washing into the water supply, and potentially harming you or your family.
How to Use a Poop Bag – Funny Dog Training Video
We often think of picking up after our pets as an act of decency, but there are actually much bigger reasons why we should be cleaning up our dogs’ waste.