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Bret   Leeds, UT

3/4/2012 1:35:36 PM

Excellent Information!

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Candice   Pensacola, FL

9/3/2011 12:07:55 PM

Dog poop may burn plants/flowers if it is fresh, due to the nitrogen in them. If they pee in the same spot,that's another problem. Do not add dog poop to any food plant, (garden carrots, tomatoes, peppers, onions, radishes, etc.) Compost at least 100 yards from any water source. There are several sources on line on how to compost dog poop.

Alot of green items are still more expensive than what many pet owners want to
pay.
Just how strong are the bamboo and hemp collars/leashes. Will they hold back a 150 pound plus dog?

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Lori   Brighton, CO

4/27/2011 9:45:20 AM

recycled tire dog toys?? what about all the chemicals used to make those tires? And also, all the chemicals on the road that those tires drove on for however long? Not really a green choice in my eyes.

Also, sometimes we forget that there is energy and water wasted when we have to wash things, so I don't see using old rags to clean up dog waste as being green. Using a bag to pick it up uses much less than having to wash all of that waste out of the rag and then having a load of wash with these type of things in it.

It's kind of like the argument between using paper or plastic, but if my electric and water usage is higher, then to me, it's not a green footprint.

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Mozart/Care   Ballston Spa, NY

2/19/2011 10:20:51 AM

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