Cleaning After Your Dog

Author: PetCare81
July 10, 2008
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Every time it rains, thousands of pounds of pet waste wash down storm drains and into streams, rivers and lakes. If not disposed of properly, pet waste flows directly into nearby streams and creeks without being treated at wastewater treatment facilities.

When pet waste is disposed of improperly, water quality isn’t the only thing that suffers — your health may be at risk, too. Adults working in their gardens, children playing outside and family pets are the most at risk for infection from some of the bacteria and parasites found in pet waste. Carrying a baggie with you on your walks may be one of the most important pet supplies in your arsenal. And don’t be fooled: every dog has to poop.

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