Living sustainably can have its challenges, but as a parent with small children it can be an even bigger challenge. All parents know that from birth until about 2 years of age their child will be wearing a lot of
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Find everything you wanted to know (or perhaps didn't want to know) about your pet's poop. Learn the science, the history and some helpful tips related to the bathroom habits of your beloved dogs and cats.
Pet Poo Skiddoo is not just a pet waste removal company, but also an environmental company. So you may be wondering, after we remove the pet waste from your yard, where does it go? Well we will tell you… we
If you have cats then you definitely have at least one if not multiple litter boxes in your home. The most popular litter that has been widely used for decades is the clay litter known for its low cost, and
It can be difficult pet proofing or baby proofing your house. Although you may let your dog or toddler have some free range of the home, there are certain areas you want blocked off for their safety (or for the
Western North Carolina is home to many pets, and pet owners alike, and yet so many animals in the area end up in local shelters, awaiting their forever home. Thankfully there is an abundance of organizations in the area committed
So you really want to do the right thing for the environment and you want to purchase a dog waste bag that is 100% compostable, but with all the different buzz words printed on the packaging, how do you know
Many are starting to notice that the town of Asheville, NC is quickly becoming a hub for composting as several of its waste-diverting businesses continue to grow. So who are the companies behind this shift towards eco commerce? Since 2009,
You love working with fabric, making your own clothes and bags can be very rewarding and gets those creative juices flowing. And you know that each time you make something, you’ll most likely have some scraps of cut fabric left
When signing up for Pet Poo Skiddoo’s Yard Scooping or Bin Pickup service, you’ll have the opportunity for both your dog’s AND cat’s waste to be collected and composted. Of course, if you have cats you’ll need to be using
Although some cat litter may be labeled as “natural”, or contains material that seems natural such as clay or crystal sand, the truth is that clay along with many commonly used cat litters are sourced in ways that are harmful