Millions of tonnes of improperly disposed of dog poop hits our streets, parks and beaches each year. It’s not only smelly and unsightly, but dog poo poses a significant threat to the environment.
We can make playtime a little more environmentally friendly for our furry four legged friends too – but ‘caveat emptor’ (buyer beware) also applies to dog toys; whether they are touted as being green or not.
By acquiring a recycled pet you can lessen the collective environmental impact of our need for animal companions while doing something humane to boot.
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The decisions we make for our pets not only affect them, but the world around them. Here’s some great tips for reducing the environmental pawprint of our animal companions.
People train dogs. Cats train people. It’s just the way it is. Pick up some tips on greening your cat -whether it likes it or not.
The cat litter you use may have come from land strip mined for that specific purpose. Also, the dust from the most common cat litter component is a known carcinogen. There are alternatives