- Adopt a dog from a shelter or rescue group
- Spay or neuter your dog to reduce overpopulation.
- Keep your dog from unnecessarily killing wildlife
- Purchase products made closer to home, and help lower the energy costs of shipping goods.
- Buy sustainable and durable products that don't have to be replaced so often.
- Feed your pup foods and treats that have organic or all natural ingredients.
- Use cleaning and other household products that are good for the environment.
- Purchase a Doggie Dooley and recycle that pet waste, and when on the road use biodegradable poo bags when cleaning up the doo.
- Buy products for your pup made out of all natural materials, like hemp dog collars and cotton clothing.
- Use environmentally friendly deicers on your drive and sidewalks - good for your pets and the World.
- Spend some time making some of your pups toys and goods - take an afternoon and turn those old socks into a great tugging toy; or old blankets into bedding.
- Cook for your pup, for a healthier dog and a healthier environment.
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Tips: It's time to turn your dog green!
There are many ways you can help your dog be more green. Here's a great start on how: