How to be Eco-Friendly with your Dog
There are so many small changes we can make in our lives to become more environmentally friendly and this shouldn’t stop when it comes to looking after our pets. Keeping an eye out for sustainable alternatives is a great way to reduce your dog’s environmental paw print.
To make it easy for all dog parents, we have compiled a list of our very best eco-friendly dog products, available from our website here. Perfect for those that care just as much about their dog as they do the environment!
These treats are hailed as the world’s most sustainable dog treat. Made from insects, grubs and vegetables, the carbon footprint of these treats is minimal compared to the traditional meat farming alternatives, plus, dogs love them!
These little grubs produce only 50 kgs of greenhouse emissions for every 1500 kgs that cows produce.
These poop bags are made from cornstarch and leave 100% zero waste behind. Unlike other degradable poop bags which break down into microplastics and pollute our oceans, Adios Plastic poop bags are home compostable. They will naturally break down back into the environment, without leaving a trace, in as quickly as 3-6 months.
This plastic free rope toy is handmade in Britain, and 100% natural.
Great for a game of tug of war and also helps keep teeth clean and healthy.
Made sustainably from unbleached cotton, meaning its biodegradable and compostable, and won’t have a nasty lasting effect on the planet. Goodchaps also make sure their packaging is 100% plastic free.
Beco Pets are often thought of as one of the most eco-friendly dog brands out there, and here at Doghouse we are proud to stock their extensive collection of environmentally friendly goodies.
This dog food bowl is made from rice husk and recycled bamboo, meaning it will last for years but will break down once disposed of.
So there you have it, our top 4 environmentally friendly pet products, all of which are perfect starting points when becoming more aware of your dog’s impact on our planet. All available at www.doghouseboa.co.uk.