Pet waste, like kitty doo and dog poo, poses a debate among owners. Even if left in the woods, it's harmful to the ecosystem, as confirmed by Kustin's answer.
Replace non-sustainable pee pads with washable options for senior dogs, post-surgery recovery, potty training puppies, or small dogs. Choose plant-based or upcycled diaper material pads for eco-friendly solutions.
While cute subscription boxes for pets are tempting, Kustin advises using fewer raw materials and minimal packaging for a more sustainable approach, benefiting both us and our furry friends.
No reason needed for a pet party! Try a toy exchange, but clean everything thoroughly for Fido's safety.
Reducing plastic waste is crucial; landfilling 69% in 2018. Recycling helps, but choosing less plastic has a greater green impact.
Opt for pet-safe landscaping and natural lawn care products. Companies like Sunday and Espoma Organics offer eco-friendly options for a safe environment.
Bake homemade pet treats with kids for bonding and less environmental impact. Magic in the kitchen and a win-win for pets and the planet.
Protect wild birds and your cat's health by keeping them indoors. Kustin advises keeping cats inside, especially during late spring and early summer.
Opt for local neighborhood outings with your dog instead of driving to dog parks. It's eco-friendly and may allow for spontaneous fun with nearby friends.
Choose sustainable pet food packaging, buy in bulk, and opt for pet cleaning supplies with bulk refill options to reduce packaging waste.