UA-60701407-50 Golden Daily Scoop: Earth Day Tips for Dogs

April 22, 2014

Earth Day Tips for Dogs

Happy Earth Day!!!

Today we are sharing a few tips on how to cut down your carbon pawprint and celebrate Earth Day!


Use biodegradable poop bags: Did you know that it takes 1,000 years for a plastic bag to degrade?

Spring Cleaning: Instead of tossing, donate your old towels, sheets, leashes and collars to a shelter.

Go Eco-Friendly: Rather than using harsh chemicals to clean up after your dog, use vinegar instead. It's a great odor remover and kills bacteria and mold.

Clean Up: Do you have a favorite local park? Gather some friends to help clean it up while the dogs play!

Take a Hike: Take your dog on a hike and just enjoy the great outdoors and all that mother nature has to offer.

9 comments:

  1. Great tips for going Green! Ma always uses vinegar when she is washing my towels and bedding. She says it takes my "stink" right out! I don't know what she is talking about.
    Oz

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  2. Hi Y'all!

    Those are great suggestions. My Human has used vinegar for cleaning for years. Woodland hikes or waterside hikes are my favorites!

    Y'all come back now!
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  3. WE see MANY are singing the praises of VINEGAR.... our mom uses it fur EVERYTHINGY... She even puts some in a BOWL and sets it our... an NATURAL Room Deodorizer.
    She uses a TINY bit of THAT with a LOT of Water to wash our WINDOWS.... and she uses DON ASLETTE Microfiber cloths to Wash and DRY THEM TO A SHARP...NO STREAK SHINE... NO Paper Towels fur HER. We TRY to be good to our world.
    SUPER POST!!!!

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  4. I had some dog crates donated to me for use in rescue transport, but the doors had rust on them and I searched on-line to see if I could find a safe way to remove the rust and save me having to buy replacement doors. I came across a suggestion to use vinegar, and it was amazing in how well it took the rust off. Since I didn't coat the cleaned metal doors, the rust does come back over time, but I just use vinegar (mixed with equal amount of water and using a plastic brush) to remove any new rust. It's a very budget-friendly, environmentally-friendly, and pet-friendly way of removing rust from items your dog might lick or chew on.

    Great article! Thanks for the reminder that I need to get a fresh gallon of vinegar. (My husband used the one I had to remove excess grout from the tiles he just put up in our bathroom.)

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  5. That vinegar stuff can perform miracles.
    Thanks for reminding us.
    xo Cinnamon

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  6. We always donate unwanted items to our local hospice shop or animal shelter. Make us feel good to do our bit. Happy Earth Day to you and have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  7. Wonderful tips. With three dogs, we use our old towels until they fall apart...lol.

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  8. Great post! Such easy tips to do too...

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  9. Those are all great tips. Our favorite is the hiking.

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