Lots of cleaners have harsh solvents, fragrances, and chemicals that aren’t great for the planet–and often, not good for us or our dogs. However, there are non-toxic, eco-friendly options that are easier on the environment and safe for your home and pups.
Sadly, the very way dog poop is usually disposed of can have an impact on the environment. One solution to this problem might be composting, which turns fecal matter into fertilizer. A park in New York has already started a community compost program.
Maybe you’ve seen signs about dog poop attracting rats at dog parks or on city streets. Does dog poop attract rodents, or are they just trying to scare owners into picking up after pups? Here’s what you should know.
Not every day is going to be a good day, and that’s okay. You’ll move on. You’ll be better. You are a good dog parent. You’ve just had a bad day.