Little Green Dog bags are fully biodegradable, 100% compostable, and made out of plants — unlike the vast majority of the other options on the market, which claim to be environmentally friendly but are (excuse the pun) full of crap.


Little Green Dog poop bags undergo each of these tests and pass with flying colours:


- Disintegration: After undergoing laboratory compost testing for 12 weeks, no more than 10% of remaining material fragments are larger than 2mm.

- Biodegradability: Within 6 months max, biodegradation (the conversion of the packaging into water, carbon dioxide, and new cell biomass) generates an amount of carbon dioxide that’s at least 90% as much as the carbon dioxide given off from the reference material.

- Low levels of heavy metals: Levels of potentially toxic heavy metals don’t exceed: 150 (zinc), 50 (copper), 25 (nickel), 0.5 (cadmium), 50 (lead), 0.5 (mercury), 50 (chromium), 1 (molybdenum), 0.75 (selenium), 5 (arsenic), and 100 (fluoride).

- No negative effect on the composting process: The composted packaging has no adverse effect on the bulk density, pH, salinity (electrical conductivity), volatile solids, total nitrogen, total phosphorus, total magnesium, total potassium, and ammonium nitrogen characteristics of the compost.

Little Green Dog compostable poop bags 120pack


    Head to Tail is a proud Canterbury business, owned by Veterinary Nurse, Nicole Cusiel. 

    Nicole is one of the most qualified pet care providers of dog walking, puppy classes, behaviour consulting and other services in the market. She has more than six years clinical veterinary nursing experience, working with dogs, cats, rabbits and all types of animals.

    She holds a Bachelor of Science (Biology), with a focus on animal behaviour papers, from the University of Canterbury.

    She also holds a Diploma in Canine Behaviour & Psychology and has a Certificate in Puppy Training and is continuing to develop her skills and knowledge through correspondence training. 

    All of Head to Tail's team members are also veterinary nurses or have many years experience of working with animals.

    The best care for your best friend!

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