I can't really work this product out.
We all know that it is a serious crime to allow a dog to foul without clearing up. How then does this product help?
I cannot find any bye laws, which allow owners not to clear up as long as they spray the faeces with a substance, which allegedly dissolves said faeces and bacteria.
I cannot, therefore, help but feel that this product doesn't really achieve much. That said, the Doggie Doo Dissolver is a very innovative tool.
I still wonder, however, how your carpet benefits when you smear it with sprayed faeces rather than the raw article. Would the cleaning bill be less? I think not!
I also question their marketing tactics. We are talking about dog fouling. While this is a serious crime, I feel the following videos have gone a bit over the top! You need staying power to watch both of them but it is worth it in the end.
How does this help the fight? Well, if nothing else, it keeps the subject alive!
This video advert would cause me to avoid the product rather than buy it:
Be inspired by the next video. That said, even I can't get this excited about a faeces removal spray. Well, if the cricket isn't on then, perhaps on a very slow day, I might!