Do You Scoop Your Poop?
Do you scoop your poop?
Dog poop is the number three cause of water pollution! In the U.S., 10 million tons of dog feces pollute our water each year alone. Thankfully, this problem is preventable. Scooping your pet’s poop into earth-friendly bags is a step toward keeping neighborhoods and waterways clean and healthy.
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Top 10 Reasons People Don’t Scoop Their Poop -†Do any of these sound familiar to you?
∑ It blends back into nature.
∑ Itís better than using a plastic bag.
∑ I forgot a bag.
∑ Nobody saw.
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∑ It’s off the walkway.
∑ We pick it up once a week / month / year from the yard.
∑ Who cares?
The Busy Body
∑ I didn’t notice. (Really??)
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The Faint of Heart
∑ It’s too hot, too cold, too rainy or too sunny.
The Slow Witted
∑ I used to use plastic grocery bags, now what?
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By, Care2 Guest Blogger, PoopBuddy