Rebecca Norman wrote:A very simple solution seems to me to be to dig a small narrow deep hole and keep dumping the poo in there and covering it with soil until it's full, and then make a new one. Compost worms and some bedding such as dry leaves could be thrown in to make it compost faster.
A more active solution that a permaculture teacher from Taiwan told us about was, as I remember it, he took a small dustbin / garbage bin with a lid, made holes in the bottom, and half-buried it in a corner of his garden. He has a couple of dogs, so he drops the poo in there, covers with leaves, adds earthworms, and lets it take care of itself. He said it doesn't smell at all. Nearby plants may use what small nutrient come out of it, but basically it is disposing of the dog poop in a way that doesn't smell, doesn't involve further contact after the initial pooper scoop, and is simple and natural.