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Golden Retriever in the Snow

Picking up after a pet is an unpleasant and time consuming chore that is easily overlooked, especially during the winter months. But doggie deposits are more than just a gross and unsightly nuisance – they are an environmental pollutant and a human health hazard, which means poop scooping duty is an important responsibility held by READ MORE>>

Golden Retriever in the Snow
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VetStreet: November 19, 2013 How often have you almost stepped in — or actually stepped in — dog poop that was left on the ground? Pet waste that isn’t properly disposed of isn’t just a hazard waiting to happen to your favorite pair of shoes, and it doesn’t just disappear (unless you have a friendly neighborhood READ MORE>>

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VetStreet: October 21, 2013 If you own pets, then you’re probably aware that their waste can be hard on your landscaping. Dead grass and brown spots can be a common and unwelcome result when your lawn doubles as a pet potty. At first you may notice some spots on your lawn looking especially green as the READ MORE>>

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young Australian shepherd playing with leaves

Picking up after the pooch: It is an important responsibility held by all pet owners, and not only because dog waste is a gross and unsightly mess. Doggie deposits are an environmental pollutant and a human health hazard. When left unattended, the waste is a detriment to local soil and water quality, and also presents READ MORE>>

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If you have a pet, then chances are you have pet waste. As unpleasant and time consuming as pooper scooper duty may be, keeping doggie deposits off the ground is an important responsibility held by every pet owner. Here’s why: Dog waste is an environmental pollutant. According to estimates by the Environmental Protection Agency, two or READ MORE>>

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If you have a dog, then chances are you also have brown spots on your lawn. This happens because dog urine is rich in nitrogen, which is known to kill grass when concentrated amounts collect over time. The effects of dog urine on your lawn are similar that of a nitrogen-rich liquid fertilizer. A small READ MORE>>

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