The push from around the world seems to be one thing right now...GOING GREEN!. So the question becomes if we are going to GO GREEN as people, why don't our pets have to do the same thing?
Well "Dog Daily" writer Elizabeth Wasserman has some tips to get your dog or cat working towards saving the earth as well!
"They’ll go for a walk. They’ll go fetch. They'll go down and roll over. But how do you get your dog to
Millions of people are realizing that it's better for our health to drink filtered water, recycle and stay away
from chemicals and plastics. They're also starting to realize that a green lifestyle holds some of the same
benefits for their dogs.
"A lot of the things you can do are not that hard, don't require a great deal of effort, and are simple
steps you can take to make life more green for your dog," says Lisa Peterson, communications director
with the American Kennel Club.
Toxins in the Home
Your home and yard are likely the places where you and your pet spend most of your time. But while
you eat off ceramic plates and drink bottled water, Rover is eating and drinking out of plastic bowls.
While you walk around in shoes and sleep in a bed, your dog is walking barefoot on the floor and rolling
around on the carpet."
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