Dog Thong Flatulence Filter

image I realize that flatulence filters are real products (though I have had a lot of people tell me they thought they were a hoax). But I suspect that the Dog Thong Flatulence Filter has to be a joke. I mean, how well could it possibly work? It just doesn't seem large enough to fully contain and filter all the gas a dog can produce. And imagine having to strap it back on Fido every time he comes in from the yard.

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Posted on Fri Oct 29, 2004


This reminds me of a "doggy diaper" that I saw somewhere on the web about 3 years ago. That also appeared to be a real product. I suspect this product will catch on no better 😊

Posted by John.  on  Fri Oct 29, 2004  at  09:39 AM
Some of the other products look fake too. Like a fart mask for a retirement home. It says they're manufactured in Hawaii and Iowa. Most companies usually say "made in USA."
Posted by john  on  Fri Oct 29, 2004  at  08:50 PM
reminds me of the doggy sanitary pads we used on our female dog,they were quite real :lol: and really disgusting too...
Posted by Evey  on  Sat Oct 30, 2004  at  03:01 PM
*mumbles* WHAT ABOUT CRUELTY TO ANIMALS?! THE DOG IN THE PICTURE... okay, that wasn't mumbling, but i must say - this is the most preposterous trivial thing i have EVER heard about! *sniff* :long:

eheheheh... it's fun to be a snob... at times! ^_^
Posted by Sango-chan  on  Tue Nov 02, 2004  at  08:41 PM
It is a real product and it really works. All the products are tested and must pass our tests. Try a Dog Thong or a human Flatulence Filter. It uses a simple technology and thousands of users think it is great, read the website,
Posted by Frank Morosky  on  Thu Sep 15, 2005  at  01:31 PM
It doesn't 'hold all of the gas,' as you mention, which is why it is plausible. It's, in essence, a fart filter. Acoustic foam muffles the sound of the fart, and carbon filters remove the parts of the fart that are so stinky. Pretty clever,really.
Posted by Brian  on  Fri Nov 04, 2005  at  07:39 AM


Posted by All Tweeked Up!!!!  on  Fri Nov 04, 2005  at  08:48 AM
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