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7 Tips to Reduce Your Pet's Carbon Paw Print
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Are you a pet lover and an earth lover? Many eco-friendly consumers work hard to reduce their carbon footprint, but they often overlook the problem of the "carbon paw print" of their pets. To minimize our pets' environmental impact, here are 7 simple steps that you can take to help your pets be more environmentally friendly:
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