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PostSubject: A Pet Guide to Going 'Green'   Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:06 pm

Found an interesting article... figured i'd share it .... HAPPY EARTH DAY! Smile

A Pet Guide to Going 'Green'
Maybe you’re driving a Toyota Prius that gets 40 MPG. Or maybe you’ve got solar panels on your roof, compact fluorescent light bulbs in your home, and an organic garden in your backyard. But that doesn’t mean you should stop exploring more ways to reduce your carbon footprint. And for the rest of us, it isn’t too late to start either. There are plenty of things you can do as a pet owner to show your furry "little ones" that you care about the environment. After all, it’s their planet, too.

Read the rest of the story at : http://www.petmd.com/dog/wellness/evr_multi_going_green
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PostSubject: Re: A Pet Guide to Going 'Green'   Sat Apr 24, 2010 7:52 am

Great article! We should all be doing what we can to help preserve our planet.
Which reminds me...I need to shock my doggie septic tanks!
Having had multiple dogs for many years, I decided to do something about the waste and purchased 3 of them several years ago. They work very well and require minimal maintenance! Most people would only need one, but I have my 3 at various areas of 3 acres. Probably would have done fine with 2, as the dogs usually go in the same places in each fenced area.
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