- Storage: Keep the bags in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Excessive heat or cold can affect the bag's quality.
- Handling: When handling the bags, make sure your hands are clean and dry. Avoid touching the inside of the bag before use to maintain its cleanliness.
- Disposal: After picking up your dog's waste, tie the bag securely to prevent any leakage or odors. Properly dispose of the bag in a waste bin or designated dog waste disposal container. Do not litter or leave the bags behind.
- Odor control: If you're concerned about odors, consider using scented dog waste bags or adding odor-neutralizing products, such as baking soda or specialized dog waste bag deodorizers, to the bags.
- Hygiene: Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling the bags to maintain good hygiene.
- Quantity: Always carry an ample supply of bags when taking your dog for walks or outings. It's better to have more than you need to ensure you can clean up after your dog.
- Check bag condition: Before using a Wag Bag, inspect it for any signs of damage or holes. If you notice any issues, discard the bag and use a new one.
Remember, responsible pet ownership includes proper waste cleanup. By following these guidelines, you can ensure that you're using Wag Bags effectively and maintaining a clean and hygienic environment for both you and your dog.