Barking Bags

Designed for dog walking by dog walkers

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Core values

Born out of necessity

As new dog owners we loved getting out and exploring the countryside but didn't love having to carry around bags of poo until we found a bin.

Tired of having pockets full of spare bags and dog treats, we scoured shops and the internet but couldn't find anything that did the job so we designed our own.

Now we carry everything we need in one bag. There's space for balls, toys, and a spare lead as well as a place for keys, phone, water, sun-cream or telescopic umbrella.

No more pockets full of treats and an end to finding soggy poo bags in the pockets of washed clothes.

Built on ethical principles.

Our business reflects our core values and we treat the people we work with and their pets with respect.

The bags come with biodegradable poop bags from BeCo pets, and pet food samples which contain high-quality proteins made of at least 77% fresh meat. We often include information about health and wellbeing for your dogs or leaflets from charities we support.

Many of our bags are packed at MK SNAP, a local charity working with adults with learning difficulties. This provides learners with genuine work experience and we get much needed help. For more information checkout the video below.

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We support our local charity

We are delighted to work with MK SNAP who are helping to tranform the lives of people with learning disabilities. The learners at MK SNAP pack all our bags and prepare them for sale as part of their workshop training programme