Earth Day’s 39th annual celebration honors all the world’s creatures, especially its sweetest canine residents. Woof Report anticipates the predictable parade of recycled-bottle doggie beds, eco-chic hemp collars and all-natural fur tonics. And though we love this stuff more than we can say, we long for the latest in green goodies. So in the spirit of all things good for dogs, their people, and our big mama earth, we present you with our freshest finds.
Molly Mutt Dog Duvets
Wait… don’t throw out that ripped T-shirt. Spare the landfills those half stuffed pillows and dated curtains. Molly Mutt has a plan – Introducing the Dog Duvet. Now it’s easy to recover your old dog bed or make a brand new one by recycling clothes, blankets and other soft stuff you have around. Washable, durable and gusseted for comfort, these designer-inspired cotton covers fill up with stuff for a comfy, cozy bed your dog will love. Polka dots, checkered prints and more, the Molly Mutt collection has something for everyone. And with prices starting at $20 maybe it is easy being green.
Eco-Me Dog Kit
Cutting back on household chemicals starts with your best friend. The Eco-Me Dog Kit shows you how. This clever kit features all you need to blend everyday ingredients from your pantry with fragrant essentials oils. Lavender, citronella and lemongrass star in easy-to-make 100% natural Flea and Bug Spray, Clean Wipes, and Dry Powder Shampoo, with all jars and recipes included. There’s even a bone-shaped cookie cutter and a recipe for dog biscuits. Go ahead. Mix up something good for the earth. Your pup will thank you for it, $28.
Which way to the dog park? Just check your tote. These adorable reusable tote bags map out dog parks and runs of the cities you love. The New York, Chicago and Los Angeles totes were so popular that San Francisco, Miami and Austin got their own bags too. Just the right size for all your pup essentials, these 100% cotton canvas bags are easy on the earth and your wallet. At just $25 each, the bonus city-themed organic dog treat packaged with each are any country dog’s dream.
If you missed our past tip about reducing your dog’s carbon paw prints, find it at the link below.