Turns out, it’s not an annoyance — it’s an opportunity to upcycle.
Go green with your pet. Read up on eco-friendly pet care trends to help minimize your pet’s carbon pawprint.
From the next generation of upcycled treats to an actually helpful carbon counting app.
This brand makes sustainable pet parent life a little more achievable (and reduces that pile of plastic in your dog’s toy bin).
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The founder of indie fashion brand Lisa Says Gah! says George made starting over on her own feel possible. Now, if only she could get him to model one of her wildly popular pet sweaters...
Whether you’re stuck in a tiny apartment or living on the road, @KeepingFinn’s Henry Friedman offers tips to not only endure — but thrive.
Founder Sara Berks on the origins of her textile-forward brand’s ethical mission and artisan craftsmanship.
Your dog will happily save these imperfect foods from being discarded. You should let them.
Cue Sarah McLachlan.
All those cartoons of cats staring longingly at fish bowls might not be so far off. A new study suggests seafood in your pets’ diet could help sustainably meet the world’s protein needs.
Some dogs get dog treats. Okra gets farm-fresh popsicles and foraged kelp.
Leap Venture Studio is a springboard for these companies designing “flexitarian” pet diets, state-of-the-art health tools, and more.
The sustainable brand’s science-backed grooming products boast an unexpected ingredient: probiotics.
From regenerative meats to low-carbon grains, these sustainable foods are fit for any conscious canine.
The eco-enthusiasts at Matter of Trust want to use it to clean up oil spills.
Botanical Bones founder Rachel Meyer believes food is medicine. Here, we chat about everything from sourcing adaptogens to sustainable packaging.
A nutritionist on dogs’ unique dietary needs, important ingredients, and other pro tips for home-cooked dog food.
Here’s which sustainability buzzwords are actually legit on pet products.
A permaculture designer’s tips on how to keep your pets and veggies safe — naturally.
From upcycling linens to handing down used toys, you can help animals in need and prevent waste.
A climate psychologist on how to deal with eco-anxiety: “We have to be good to ourselves the way we want to be good to the planet.”
Package-free brushes, plant-based wipes, certified-organic shampoos, and more.