The most immediate thing you can do? Put the poop in the dirt! If you’re at home or out on a trail, burying your dog’s poo is probably the easiest (and most efficient) way to clean it up without worry about how to transfer it from point A to point B. However, you want to be extra careful on where you bury your dog’s poop. If you’re not burying it properly, it could be victim to your next lawn mowing extravaganza. Here’s why you should pick up dog poo before mowing your lawn.
Putting your dog’s poop in the dirt has the same effect, given that it will naturally decompose. If you don’t have compost at home, you could either create a composting bin or purchase a dog-poo specific composting bin. Composting dog poop can help eliminate germs and pollutants and breaks down the waste safely.