I once gave my husband the 
silent treatment for an entire week, at the end of which he declared, “Hey, we’re getting along pretty great lately!”
Dad, can you put my shoes on? No, I don’t think they’ll fit me.
I’ll call you later. Don’t call me later, call me Dad.
I am but just a simple shoutout to my readers. Have a good one =)
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere. Cheers!
Ahoy, lovely reader! Pretty soon you’ll be able to leave messages like this on here =)
Things happen only when somebody makes them happen.
If you say something it needs to be an improvement on the silence
Hope ya’ll having a good remaining day.
  • Ten Ways to Go Green with Your Dogs

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    One of the easiest ways to help out the earth every day is by making a few simple changes to some of the things we do for our pets (your dog doesn’t know the difference between Figi bottled water and filtered tap water, I promise).

    To help celebrate Earth Month, here are some eco-friendly tips from the ASPCA:

    1: Spring Cleaning
    Empty out the dark corners of your closets, basement and attic, but before throwing your dusty treasures away, call your local shelters and ask if they need old towels, bedding, leashes, litter boxes and pet toys. They may even be looking for unused printers and computer monitors.

    2: Water Works
    Give your pet filtered tap water instead of bottled to drink. If you must use bottled, be sure to recycle.

    3: The Power of Poop
    Scoop dog poop with biodegradable bags instead of plastic bags from the grocery store. If you’re a suburbanite (or an urbanite with a lawn), do some research on doggie septic systems—they help keep your lawn free of smelly surprises and break waste down into a liquid the ground can absorb. And kitty parents, go for eco-friendly cat litters, avoiding brands with mined minerals.

    4: Green Grooming
    Use earth-friendly pet shampoos and grooming products whenever possible.

    5: Garden of Delights
    If you have space, consider growing your own garden for your fruit- and veggie- loving reptiles and small mammals. Before using insecticides, research mulching and other gardening practices that can help reduce the amount of insecticides and herbicides you might need.

    6: Spot On
    Should your furry love leave a little dribble (or more) on the carpeting or floor, don’t reach for the bleach. Use vinegar instead. This environment-friendly liquid can act as an effective odor-remover and can kill mold and bacteria. Please keep in mind, though, that vinegar must be diluted correctly with water.

    7: Cutting Back is Going Green
    There are plenty of small ways to cut back on energy and materials.

    * Instead of using a blow dryer to dry your freshly bathed pet, towel or air dry her.
    * Walk your dog to the doggie park rather than driving there.
    * Cut down on paper products—clean up with rags or recycled paper towels.

    8: Put Your Foot Down
    Don’t wear shoes in the house. They bring extra pesticides, fungicides and dirt inside—your pets are exposed enough when licking their paws after walking outside on treated surfaces. (Of course, you should wipe all paws before letting them back into the house!)

    9: Green Goodies
    Consider making your own healthy dog biscuits and storing them in reusable containers. If you purchase store-bought treats, buy them in cardboard packaging and be sure to recycle.

    10: Bulk Up
    Buy pet supplies in bulk or the largest available size. You’ll make fewer trips to the store and cut down on packaging to discard of.

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