Dog Roomba Poop. And it found the poop left by our puppy Evie. "Do not, under any circumstances, let your Roomba run over dog poop… Because if that happens, the skid marks will be all over every conceivable surface within its reach, resulting in a home that closely.
You can probably see where this is going… The "pooptastrophe" occurred late one night when the Newton's family dog Evie pooped on a rug. This Family's Roomba Had a Run-In With a Pile of Dog Poop—and It All Went Downhill From There. It ended up smearing poop all over the rug, making it dirtier.
The plucky little robot performed its assigned duties until it found the mess.
What happens when a Roomba vacuume meets a pile of dog poop?
This Family's Roomba Had a Run-In With a Pile of Dog Poop—and It All Went Downhill From There. It's mankind's greatest invention for portable DJs and cats dressed as characters If the unthinkable does happen, and your Roomba runs over dog poop, stop it immediately and do not. In order for the dog poop robot to stay within your yard and keep out of certain areas, it uses a camera that connects to your house and points down at your yard that the robot works with while it's working.