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Going Green with Your Pets

Pet Care Tips 2 min read
Going Green with Your Pets

Today is Earth Day, so to show our appreciation of Mother Earth, we are offering up some tips and tricks for going green with your pets.

Clean green

Not only is choosing a green cleaner better for the environment, but it is also safer for your pet too!  Any time you clean a household item with a toxic chemical these chemicals get transferred to your pets whether it is through their paws from walking across a mopped floor, or from rolling around on your freshly cleaned carpet. The next time your furry friend has a little accident inside the house, use items from your kitchen cupboards to remove all evidence. Start by picking up any pieces, then soaking up the moisture with a towel or paper towel.  Once there is no moisture left, sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda over the area and wait approximately 5 minutes.  Next, pour equal parts warm water and white distilled vinegar onto the baking soda.  Wait about another five minutes, then either vacuum with a wet vac or blot with a clean towel or paper towel.

Reduce reuse and recycle

Instead of throwing away plastic bags (grocery bags, bread bags, cereal bags), roll them up and use them to refill your doggy poop bag holder or for litter cleaning bags. Even better, you could use reusable grocery bags and purchase compostable doggy bags! The next time you purchase canned food, opt for the larger size and put the leftovers in a reusable container, and recycle the can. With the larger cans of food, the less metal you end up throwing out in the long run.

Spay and neuter your pets

This might sound silly in relation to going green with your pet, but it actually helps lower the carbon footprint. Animal shelters have to use supplies to take care of the animals they house, and fewer fur friends to care for means less shelter refuse. It also helps relieve the burden and stress of needing to find homes for hundreds of unwanted pets each year.

Play green 

Consider buying toys and accessories made from recycled materials to going green with your pet. You can find anything from stuffed animals to cat scratching poles with refillable cardboard inserts. And once you are done with the shredded cardboard, use it for compost or recycle it!


Thinking about doing some spring cleaning? Why not donate your old towels, blankets, and bedding to your local animal shelter. Not only will it keep these items out of the landfill, but it will help the shelter save on the cost of supplies for the animals.

Be conscious of food, treat and supplement processing  

Do you know where your pet’s food comes from, or how it’s made? Do you purchase items that are all-natural, organic, and ethically harvested?  With NHV Natural Pet Products you don’t have to worry, we’ve already done this for you!  NHV Natural Pet Products knows the power of Mother Nature. That’s why all of our products and supplements are made with 100% natural ingredients, free of additives and preservatives, made with the finest organically grown or ethically harvested herbs, and manufactured with vegetable-based glycerin.

All of our products are manufactured in our state-of-the-art facility where they must meet stringent in-house standards before being tested a second time by a third-party lab. It’s all part of our commitment to producing supplements we know you’ve come to love and trust. Because after all, we love your pet naturally!

NHV Natural Pet Products are:

  • GMP Certified
  • BC Certified Organic
  • Canada Organic
  • Ecocert
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • PACS Certified Organic
  • Registered with FDA for import of products.

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Published: April 22, 2016

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