You Buy; We Donate® USDA Biobased San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance Roll pack with 360 dog waste poop bags

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SKU:
360SDZ338
$23.99
Width:
2.75 (in)
Height:
5.25 (in)
Depth:
7.75 (in)
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  • 100% Compostable Strong & Leak Proof Promise
  • USDA Certified Biobased 100% Compostable Material
  • Made in USA Highest Standard ASTM D6400 Compliant (Citation)
  • You Buy We Donate You Buy We Donate®
  • Free Shipping Over $35 Manufactured in USA

Poop for the win!! The Original Poop Bags® is proud to support San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance with our You Buy; We Donate® dog waste bags. These exclusively licensed pet waste bags support the Alliance and their efforts around the world to preserve our planet and its inhabitants. The poop bags are made with USDA BioBased materials, and a minimum of 38% plant material. Large enough to allow pet parents to tie and seal them, plus thick and leak proof to stand up to whatever your paw-tner leaves behind. We're guaranteeing the first $10,000 of donations to San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance, so the rest is up to you!

San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance is a nonprofit international conservation leader, committed to inspiring a passion for nature and working toward a world where all life thrives. The Alliance empowers people from around the globe to support their mission to conserve wildlife through innovation and partnerships. San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance supports cutting-edge conservation and brings the stories of their work back to the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park—giving millions of guests, in person and virtually, the opportunity to experience conservation in action. The work of San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance extends from San Diego to eco-regional conservation “hubs” across the globe, where their expertise and assets—including the renowned Wildlife Biodiversity Bank—are able to effectively align with hundreds of regional partners to improve outcomes for wildlife in more coordinated efforts. By leveraging these skills in wildlife care and conservation science, and through collaboration with hundreds of partners, San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance has reintroduced more than 44 endangered species to native habitats. Each year, San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance’s work reaches over 1 billion people in 150 countries via news media, social media, their websites, educational resources and the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Explorers television programming, which is in children’s hospitals in 13 countries. Success is made possible by the support of members, donors and guests to the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park, who are Wildlife Allies committed to ensuring all life thrives.