Let’s put our pawed pals and feline friends first in this episode to see how fostering, adopting, proper nutrition, and sustainable supplies helps green your pet. This isn’t a pet project so don’t flounder to watch Animal Housing
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Featuring music from Caught in Motion.
Rancho Coastal Humane Society seeks to educate the public about proper pet care and provide adoption services for those seeking orphaned pets. Its a beautiful facility in Encinitas, CA and was the first in the nation to be fully run on solar energy. The success of Rancho Coastal Humane Society is apparent in its ability to fund an extension to the facility for furthering San Diego’s homeless pet care needs.
Find out the ruff history of this non-profit organization and see why the issues are worth barking about. Learning about the benefits of fostering, Ronnie Das fosters his own little sweetheart, Molly. Molly the mascot helps us sniff out how any new dog owner can get the best for less and while considering the environment.
After fostering Molly I want to help keep her healthy so Ronnie Das went to Howlistic in Mission Hills to get a sustainable set up for my new pawed pal. After finding the necessary nutrition for being a holistically healthy hound its time to reduce the “pawprint” with some sustainable living. See all the accessories a new puppy would need while respecting the environment and in an affordable way.
With all the excitement its time to give this dirty dog a sustainable scrubbing at South Bark Dog Wash where we use natural cleansers to clean her coat and even a blueberry facial to brighten up her furry face.
Adopting a pet is a great way to make your community sustainable. Why buy when you can adopt one of the 70,000 puppies and kittens born every day in the United States. So lets take a trip to the County of San Diego Animal Shelter in Linda Vista to see how pet population problems create trouble in San Diego. Ronnie Das learns from a Lieutenant about the environmental issues and community care we should all take towards animals.
Green Yourself with the do’s and don’ts of doggie doo-doo disposal and why cleaning up after your pet is important. The Green Yourself segment has ways to address that mess with sanitary sustainable solutions.
Finish your dog day afternoon with a relaxing reflection on pet adoption by a resident in San Diego. Get her thoughts, tips and testimonial to adopting an animal from a local San Diego shelter.
Bluto, Boon and Flounder can sit, stay, and enjoy with Animal Housing to explore fun facts on green practices for your pooch and sustainable suggestions for kittens and cats. Season 2: Episode 2: Animal Housing
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