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In my last post, Chemicals in your mattress may hurt your pet’s health, I covered non-toxic mattresses. Specifically what the various mattress certifications mean and a few suggestions of healthier mattresses to buy and a chemical-free platform bedframe. In this blog, I will go over a few options for non-toxic pillows, comforters, bedding lifespan, and […]

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Whether your dog sleeps on your bed with you or in your bedroom, the bedding you own could be off-gassing. Pets can suffer from various health issues such as seizures when exposed to too many chemicals. People have experienced migraines, respiratory issues and have stated that the smell was so bad that they had to […]

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Over the last few months, I have had several people tell me their pets have cancer. While this news made me cry, I also wanted to see what it is I could do to try to help battle it and ease their pain. I immediately started to pull information from articles I have already written […]

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For a long time, I was cleaning my floor with eco-friendly cleaning products and a sponge mop. This method really started to bother me for a few reasons. First I had to replace the sponge regularly and then it got tossed in the trash. That’s not eco-friendly. The second reason was I didn’t feel it […]

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Originally written Feb. 2008, reposted June 2013 Pet waste is an environmental hazard It is a warm spring day and you decide to indulge yourself by taking a walk barefoot in the grass. As you stroll along you feel like your in “heaven” and then you step in a pile of dog feces. Ugh crap! […]

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Eco-friendly Pet Collars & Green Dog Leashes In a previous article, we spoke about the possible negative health effects of pet collars. In it, I recommend walking your dog by a harness to keep prevent neck & spine injury. I do believe dog collars should be worn but for the purpose of attaching your pets id tag. […]

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Originally published April 2008, reposted Oct. 2012 10 Tips to reduce your dog & cats carbon paw print 1. Use natural cleaning products: Many conventional cleaning product contain chemicals that have been know to effect various organs.  Pets groom themselves on a regular basis and therefore could be indirectly ingesting these chemicals. 2. Get a […]

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Originally published May 2009, reposted June 2012 As a passionate pet parent, dog walker and pet sitter, I thought I knew everything I needed to know about fleas. For several years I have successfully treated my dog with natural products and methods to keep fleas away. If I find a few on my dog it […]

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