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You can get an in-ground disposal system. Apparently it essentially works like a septic tank. I’m considering getting it because I have 3 dogs and it’s not that expensive if it ends up not working that well.
When I was a kid we had a bucket buried in the backyard with some kind of chemical in it that broke down the poop. It was basically a mini septic tank. I think it probably worked well because it was in the shade and in a far corner of the yard.
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You can compost the dog poop right in the ground, using something like this. We have something similar, leftover from the previous owner of the house: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WMMMIX6/
I do the same as you. I have a 5 gallon bucket with a trash liner in it and I wait until it is disgustingly full. I hate it, but I can't use an individual bag for every poop.
If you own your property and are comfortable with a natural solution, the Doggie Dooley seems pretty popular:
It's literally composting the shit in the soil.
For me, I think I'm just going to upgrade my bucket to something like this (but hopefully sourced locally):
The struggle is real, but I'll step out from the ranks and say "thank you" for caring about your dog's shit in the first place. Far too many don't.
Doggie Dooley "The Original In-Ground Dog Waste Disposal System, Black with Green Lid (3800X), 1 Count (Pack of 1) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WMMMIX6/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_ESA9TKZXJ5YKHTKRTSTY
So when I was planning with my spouse I really wanted to consider getting something like this https://www.amazon.com/Doggie-Dooley-Original-Ground-Disposal/dp/B00WMMMIX6
But he was concerned about the water table and it backing up etc...
We ended up getting an ash bucket with a locking lid... We line it with 2 8g trash bags. we also hang a fly trap in the yard - and it's not so much the flies that gross me out but the mold that can grow. That said, we just empty it weekly at trash time.
There are options, like the Doggie Dooley linked above.