The Green Dog Owner
According to the latest statistics and numbers available out there about pet ownership, more than 40% of households in the United States alone have at least one dog living at home, which is an outstanding number, to say the least.
Can you imagine? Almost 1 in every 2 households!
But, this isn’t the only mind-blowing issue we’re mentioning here.
With more than 70 million dogs in the United States alone we’re talking about here, can you imagine how much of a harmful effect their presence could have on the environment around them if their owners didn’t follow eco-friendly lifestyle practices?
If all of this sounds like something very new to you and you’re not too sure what we’re talking about, then you may want to take a close look at the image below that depicts how easy it is for all dog owners of today to take better care of the environment around them.
If you’ve ever been told by anyone that going green with your dog is going to greatly increase your expenses down the line and cost you tons more money that you’ll have to spend on special items for your pet, you can prove them wrong by showing them this infographic and proving to them that it’s quite the opposite – going green with your dog will actually save you tons of money and expenses with time.
In this infographic called The Green Dog Owner, you’ll see how much of a positive impact you can have on the environment around you by following simple steps like paying more attention to the list of ingredients on pet supplies you buy while shopping, paying more attention to where you throw these supplies away when they’re completely used up, and what you do with household items that you may have deemed to be of no use to you anymore, but ones that may be of incredible use to others (more on that in the infographic below).
James is a dog blogger and writer, having contributed to several different dog blogs and informational websites about pets before, but most of his work can be found on Ultimatehomelife.com. Besides focusing on informational content that aims to make the lives of average dog owners much easier and less complicated than it often times is, James enjoys much of his free time taking care of and giving unlimited affection to his little Chipoodle named Jerry.