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margaret   wichita, KS

8/5/2011 11:10:09 AM

what more needs to be said. Lets do it

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beth   mount carmel, PA

7/7/2011 8:28:26 PM

its amazing how far and wide over the world things needed to care for a pet are!

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Jenna   Jacksonville, AR

6/28/2011 2:30:03 PM

I'll make sure to tell every one!

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Dawn   Hampstead, MD

6/8/2011 5:30:08 PM

Very interesting, great info.

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lori   syracuse, NY

3/14/2011 4:19:26 PM

this is very helpful .It taught me a lot .It is very good to have this info .

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Mozart/Care   Ballston Spa, NY

2/19/2011 10:15:53 AM

Learned some very helpful tips.

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Robin   Lewisville, TX

1/27/2011 6:33:21 AM

For a handful of months now, I have been cooking for my two dogs. I buy veggies, fruit, whole wheat bread, chicken breasts, yogurt, etc. in bulk which helps to reduce packaging, costs, and trips to the store. I buy organic whenever I can. A challenge has been the high cost of organic meat. I feel much better about giving them a meal I could eat as well. I've noticed one of my dog's coat improving as a result.

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Lauren   Southington, CT

12/18/2010 5:11:21 AM

Omg!!! That looks so cool and easy.

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Deborah   Reno, NV

11/20/2010 10:12:16 PM

This was interesting, but was a little bit long

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Carol   Silver Spring, MD

7/10/2010 8:20:17 PM

I've started making the transition to "green" for all my animals. They are thriving and I hope I'm helping the planet. It takes a little more time, but it's worth it.

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Diane   Munising, MI

7/9/2010 10:05:01 AM

I had never thought about going green with dog products and clean-up items. Good article.

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Mary   Salisbury, NC

6/25/2010 11:10:52 AM

I believe that I have found a nice middle of the road approach. That old saying of moderation in all things - makes for a happier life with your dogs.

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Steven L. VTA   So Cal, CA

6/14/2010 1:25:56 PM

One has to be careful when using things such as socks and old towels as chew/tug toys. They tend to shred easily which can easily get caught in teeth or if swallowed can cause intestinal obstruction. It’s best to stick with indestructible toys, if you want to make your own; I believe jeans and fire hose make for good indestructible toys.

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martha   boston, MA

5/27/2010 5:45:43 PM

Green can be expensive, but old socks are cheaper than toys and vinegar and water are cheaper than most cleaning products. Relax and try to take it in, will you,please!!!! No need to throw out the whole idea of green...

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Lisa   stonington, ME

5/26/2010 7:19:53 AM

NOTHING in this is relivant to having OR owning
dogs.
not everyone can AFFORD geen products! NOT everyone can walk to the store. DOGS are NOT allowed in stores unless they are SERVICE DOGS!

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kim   troy, MO

5/21/2010 9:52:47 AM

I enjoyed this article,I learned something from this.

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Pat   Clarksville, MD

5/17/2010 5:55:04 PM

GOod comments on use of different products to clean areas and keeping the yard safe for our pets

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