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How to be a eco-friendly dog owner?

This is an important topic, since more people are looking for ways to be more responsible pet owners.

Dogs are wonderful companions to have in your home, but some people will make purchases for their pets that aren’t the most eco-friendly. You may wonder how you can create a sustainable lifestyle while owning a dog, so we want to discuss this with you. Let’s look at some of the areas where you can make things more eco-friendly while living with a dog.

Durable Dog Furniture

If you have to constantly replace your furniture after your pets ruin it, you will end up wasting more resources, so that could cause you to be less eco-friendly. Due to these issues, you should purchase dog furniture with more durable materials. 

DIY Toys

There are many plastic toys that dogs enjoy playing with, but those toys can have an impact on the environment, especially as you purchase more of them. If you want to be more environmentally friendly, then you could make do-it-yourself (DIY) toys for your dog by using t-shirts, rope and other old belongings.

Recycled Poo Bags

You can also purchase poo bags for those moments when your dog may use the bathroom outside. These poo bags are made from previously-used plastic, so you end up using recycled material instead of new plastic. Since you’re using them to pick up your dog’s poo, you don’t need to worry about having new or high-quality plastic.

Spayed or Neutered

If you don’t spay or neuter your dog, then you run the risk of your dog mating with other dogs. This could then cause more dogs to be born on the streets or your dog may end up pregnant if you aren’t careful. 

Adopt, Don’t Shop

Some people will purchase dogs from breeders, but you can always adopt a dog instead. Not only will you save money, but you will give a dog another chance to be happy while also making more space at an animal shelter. Sustainability is very important as a dog owner. You can follow the steps outlined above to reduce your carbon footprint while raising your furry family member.


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