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March 6, 2014 14:02
How to reduce Fido’s carbon footprint.
A pet prairie dog

A pet prairie dog. (photo credit:REUTERS)

All pet food, toys and hygiene products are flown thousands of miles to Israel non-biodegradable packaging that doesn’t biodegrade. They are also expensive. A growing eco-movement argues that given those factors, keeping a pet in today’s world isn’t justified, and eco-conscious pet owners are now exploring ways to green their pet’s food and environment.

Real food for pets Cooking homemade dog and cat food is one of the easiest ways to improve your animal’s, and the planet’s, health.

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