What’s Your Pet’s Carbon Footprint?

owner holding dog's paw

Have you ever wondered what your pet’s carbon footprint is? 

Given that every pet and pet owner are different, the exact number, such as it were, is difficult to calculate; but it probably comes as no surprise that pet ownership isn’t exactly good for the planet. The production and transportation of pet food, toys, supplies, and all of the materials that go into medical procedures use up resources, create waste, and generally put a burden on the planet. 

So, what’s eco-conscientious pet owner to do? 


Is It Time to Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

cat spay and neuter

There are many reasons to spay or neuter your pet. The most obvious is, of course, to eliminate the chance of puppies or kittens. But there are also far-reaching health benefits attached to the procedure that deserve attention, too.

The bottom line? This straightforward surgery not only impacts local communities by reducing overpopulation but positively affects a pet’s long-term health and wellness as well. Win-win!