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Animals and Sustainability – Ecological tips for pets

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Currently, modernity and lifestyles are increasingly demanding that there is a balance between the use of natural resources and everything that involves society. And this also includes the issue of Animals and Sustainability.

The number of pets at home, as “part of the family”, has been growing day by day, leaving Brazil in 2nd place this year in the world ranking among the countries where there are more domestic animals, according to Anfal Pet (National Association of Manufacturers Pet Food). And it is not for nothing that from 2014 the IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Statistical Geography) will include this category in its census, for surveys of different policies, among them the study among Animals and Sustainability.

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Regardless of whether you live in a house or apartment, you collect your pet’s poop, correct? So, whether you are walking with him on the street and using the “cata-caca” or some bag at home to collect the feces, use biodegradable plastics, but remember that they should not be discarded in common dumps, as they start to degrade and produce gases like those of a greenhouse effect. Store them and then dispose of them in an appropriate place for recycling.

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Ricardo Tubaldini

Veterinarian (CRMV- SP 23.348), graduated from Universidade Paulista, General Surgeon and Orthopedist at Hospital Veterinário Cão e Gatos 24 hours 6 years ago. Dr. Tubaldini is the Content Director of the CachorroGato portal and manager of the team of veterinarians responsible for the Dr. Responde tool.

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