Clean Up the Hi-Tech Way with a Vacuum Poop Scoop

Clean Up the Hi-Tech Way with a Vacuum Poop Scoop

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Taryn Williford
Mar 1, 2010

I've had my new puppy, Bacon, for a week now. He's sweet and loyal, but sometimes he makes me wonder how a 4-pound bundle of cuteness could make such a big, stinky mess! It makes me think about actually getting this hi-tech poop scoop, the Pet Pooch Power System.

Us laymen clean up after our dogs with the inside-out-poop-bag technique—you flip the inside out bag around your hand, then pick up the poop with your "glove" before flipping it back right and tying away the level-3864 waste hazard.

But, yes, your hands feel the poop. And that's too much for a lot of new puppy owners to handle. That's why online store for "outfitting America's finest homes," FrontGate, is selling the Pet Pooch Power System.

This hi-tech poop scoop is a cordless yard vacuum that sucks up your pet's piles and puts in directly into a bag for easy trashing. The best part is that the poo never touches your hands or the machine. It runs on a rechargeable battery—which provides up to 150 uses before it needs to power-up again.

The device will run you $99.50. This is when you, the squeamish pet owner, put a price on exactly how much you hate feeling your puppy's poo in your hands.

Via OhGizmo!

(Image: Flickr user adamr.stone under license from Creative Commons.)

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