A nasty job made easier...
Description: Designed to clean up any dog litter, the HandiScoop can be used any place or on any surface. It is lightweight to carry while dog walking and is long enough so you don't have to bend down to pick up poo. The scoop can be pre-loaded up to three with bio-degradable bags, ensuring that you stay on the right side of the law and avoid the costly fines for dog fouling.
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Although I am able bodied at the moment and able to pick up poos, after I have the operation I know I won't be able to. When using the HandiScoop, I don’t have to bend at all. It can be used with or without a bag. When using a bag, I can pick up several poos without them falling out of the bag when the next one is picked up.
Had I had this long handled HandiScoop after my previous operations, life would have been much easier as it was extremely painful and virtually impossible to pick up poo for quite a while. At the time, I ran the risk of dislocation by stooping too soon after such an operation.
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Price: £15.99 - short handled and £19.99 long handled. Well worth the price for not having to bend over. Available from Agility Warehouse
Rating: 10/10 – It does the job perfectly and I could use it without having to stoop at all.
Value for Money: Yes, it is good at its job and very versatile. In addition to dog poo, I can use it to pick up the dog's ball and lots of other things such garden rubbish etc. including weeds which can then be deposited in the garden waste bin. It was much better than the usual 'grabber' issued by social services to help pick up things.
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During the last few years she has had both hips resurfaced and one partially replaced and she is due to have another replacement in the new year.
At the moment Sue has five dogs although only one is competing at the moment . Her special dog (Lucy) has just torn her cruciate and will be off work for a long time – maybe she won’t be able to come back at all. She also has two old ladies (Molly and Rosie) who are now retired and a puppy who is only five months old whom I hope to compete with in 2014 at Medium Grade. Her sole competition dog, at the moment, is a blue merle Working Sheepdog named Skye.
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