By Andrew Liszewski
The only downside to owning a dog that I can see is having to deal with their unmentionables left in the backyard. Now there are contraptions of all shapes and sizes designed to make cleaning up after your pup a bit less unpleasant, but this is definitely the first vacuum I’ve come across designed specifically for the task.
The cordless Pooch Power Shovel sucks the waste directly into specially designed plastic bags making them easy to dispose of (up to 150 on a single charge) and at first glance you might think the clear plastic tube provides an unpleasant view of the business being dealt with, but when used properly the waste apparently never touches the machine or your hands. At $99.50 from Frontgate it’s easily the most expensive pet poo solution I’ve seen, short of hiring someone else to do it, and the refill bags will set you back an additional $19.50 for 50 or $35.50 for 100.