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Doo-ing it the easy way

Wagalot 2 mins read
Simple yet Brilliant - the DooLacky

Walking and cleaning up after your dog promises to be much easier with the launch of an innovative hands-free doggydoo bag carrier.

The DooLacky fits snugly on any leash and holds up to four bags allowing pet owners to keep their hands free from carrying full doggydoo bags while walking their pets.

It’s the brainchild of Melbourne-based pet brand Wagalot.
"The DooLacky is paws down the most innovative pet product to hit the market in some time. Our company strives to create the kind of product that dog owners need; practical and eco-friendly," says Wagalot’s founder Alice Needham. "We know that the DooLacky will be a 'walk-changer' for dog lovers everywhere - once you've used one you'll never go walkies without it!"

Made in Australia from recyclable Australian polypropylene, the DooLacky is environmentally friendly with a simple, easy-to-use design that takes away the nightmare of juggling full doggydoo bags while handling an energetic pet. 

The DooLacky accessory costs under $10 and will be available in good pet stores & online.
For more information on the hands free doggydoo bag carrier from Wagalot Brands, please visit

Explainer Video

More Life Style photos and Wagalot & DooLacky logos available on request.

Key Facts:

Great for the Environment

Simple, easy to use design

Made in Melbourne from recyclable Polypropylene

Solves the juggling nightmare

No more walking around carrying bags of doggydoo.

About us:

Wagalot is the leader in bonding & celebratory treats for dogs - we think it, make it, bake it  & deliver it to stores across Australia  - we're in more than 400 outlets Australia wide. 

Wagalot started as Diamond Dog Food & Bakery in a small retail shop in Brighton, Victoria & are now 13 years on, we have just relocated to our third factory in Carrum Downs & are still growing.

We are expanding our horizons with the new DooLacky - a walk changing accessory.  We believe that your pets should be included in nearly every aspect of family life from celebrating their birthdays to great walks & being responsible pet parents  - Wagalot is making this simpler & easier.

Wagalot & our staff support the Wagalot Animal Welfare Fund which raises money to support various animal charities.


Contact details:

Alice Needham - Wagalot Brands




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