Outdoor Amenities That Make Neighborhoods More Desirable

When people think of moving into a new neighborhood, there’s a range of amenities they seek that support their lifestyle. Individuals want a clean neighborhood and that takes on even more importance if they have children or pets. Modern buyers and renters are seeking areas that are within easy walking distance of the things they…

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Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds

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Dogs rank No. 1 as the most popular pets in the U.S. and while many people want a dog, they’re reluctant to adopt because they demonstrate allergy symptoms when around a canine. According to the American Kennel Club, approximately 10 percent of the population is allergic to dog hair and dander. There are a number…

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Can Dogs be Trained to Use a Litter Box

Anyone with a dog has walked into their home to find that their canine has had an accident. Dogs that drink a lot and smaller breeds can’t go as long between being walked than others. While it is not an optimal solution, some dogs have been trained to use cat litter boxes. While it’s possible…

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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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Guide to Adding Pet Waste Stations to Your Neighborhood

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There are many reasons why people need to collect their dog’s waste and dispose of it properly. Unfortunately, there are some individuals that mistakenly think that a canine’s waste is part of the natural order. Pet waste stations are an efficient and cost-effective way to keep neighborhoods clean and free of pet waste. The natural…

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What are the Clingiest Dog Breeds?

Some dogs can occupy themselves perfectly well while pet parents are at work. Other breeds will cry every time their humans leave and people will find their canine constantly underfoot. Individuals should know that some breeds cling like plastic wrap to their humans. Vizsla A Hungarian breed, they want to be at their human’s side…

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How Many Pet Waste Stations does a Neighborhood Need?

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Much will depend on how many dogs are in the neighborhood. A rough estimate for a residential district is 1 pet waste station per acre to start. For apartment buildings, the average is one pet waste station for every 50 to 80 units. There’s really no ideal number of pet waste stations as the number…

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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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Do Pet Waste Stations Work?

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The short answer is yes. It’s the responsibility of dog owners to clean up after their canines and most individuals are diligent about the task. However, there are times when people are rushed and they forget to take a bag. There are also those that refuse to take care of pet waste under the mistaken…

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Dog Park Necessities

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Dog parks are an increasingly popular amenity for dog parents and their canines. There are essential necessities that should be incorporated into a dog park to keep canines and their human companions happy and safe. Easy Access Location is important for a dog park. It should be easily accessible by residents and located toward the…

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