How to Properly Dispose of Dog Poop

There are basically two ways to dispose of canine feces. It can be bagged and thrown into the trash or disposed of in a receptacle specifically designed for that purpose.  Never compost it, use it as fertilizer, hose it down storm drains, or flush dog or cat feces down the toilet. Dog waste is an…

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Flea Season in Florida

Pet parents in Florida don’t get a break from flea season due to the state’s subtropical climate. Fleas in Florida breed and multiple year-round. They’re at their most active during hot and humid summer months, but fleas have no off-season in Florida. Fleas can also carry disease. They can carry and transmit the bacteria Yersinia…

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What is a Dog Poop Composter?

Many individuals and city officials are seeking ways to make the tons of dog waste deposited every year useful rather than detrimental to the environment. To that end, dog waste composters have been developed that can be buried in the soil to feed lawns. Never use a dog waste composter in vegetable gardens, near fruit…

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Signs Your Apartment Complex is Dog Friendly

Many apartment complexes allow pets or claim to be dog compatible, but they’re not really pet-friendly. If you have a dog, there are things to look for that will tell you if the complex will be a good place for you and your canine companion to live. Many landlords advertise that they allow pets, but…

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Why Use Dog Waste Pick Up Tools

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From plastic bags to vacuums, dog owners are utilizing methods that don’t bring them into direct contact with their canine’s wastes. Those that pick up after their dog are to be commended. They’re helping to mitigate the spread of disease, illness, parasites, and helping to protect the environment. The following are some of the methods…

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How to Train a Puppy to Heel

There are basic commands that every puppy needs to learn to help keep them safe and provide a more enjoyable human-canine bond. Training should begin when the puppy is four months old. Consistency is the key to any type of training and individuals should expect the training to take some time. Puppies will make mistakes.…

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Save the Neighborhood with Pet Waste Stations

Pet waste is becoming an increasingly dire problem in neighborhoods across the nation. Inconsiderate dog owners refuse to clean up after their canines and the result is placed where it’s not safe to walk, bike or for kids to play without the potential for finding an unwanted mess on their shoes, tires or even clothes.…

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Pet Poop Bags for Common Courtesy on your Daily Walk

Letting your dog defecate and move on without picking it up and disposing of it properly isn’t just discourteous to others. It’s irresponsible, dangerous to people and other animals, and contaminates the environment. The easy and cost-effective solution is pet poop bags. The bags are a clean and sanitary solution to the problem of dog…

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Neighborhood Pet Stations: Keeping the Peace

There are nearly 90 million dogs across the U.S. A significant number reside in city and urban environments where they must be walked daily to take care of their elimination needs. Most owners are considerate, collect their dog’s feces, and dispose of the waste properly. Unfortunately, there are also inconsiderate or just plain lazy individuals…

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5 Ways to Improve your Neighborhood

The addition of amenities and features within a neighborhood has the power to bring people together for the common good and makes an area a better place to live. There are many ways that areas can be improved and people of all ages can participate in the projects. Just be sure to obtain the appropriate…

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