Bringing Your Pets In On The Plan
When people think of ways to
“use” their pets, they often feel
guilty, because they are unsure of
what constitutes heavy labor and
what constitutes appropriate
actions of handling an animal.
How can you safely and
effectively bring your pets in on
your green strategy?
First, be sure that your pets are
strong and healthy. They should have plenty of running around space and well
Secondly, take some measures to protect your garden space from digging,
chewing, and anything else that pets tend to bring to the picture. Your animals
must be allowed to be themselves and you cannot always be there to supervise
them. There is a clear picture of what to do and not to do based upon their
behavior if you have had them for any length of time.
Thirdly, let grazing animals do your lawn mowing for you. Let carnivores keep
away pests, such as rabbits and squirrels. Let chickens and other poultry
fertilize the ground with their droppings and pull up grubs for good. If you have
dogs which dig, then put them on a horizontal trolley line to guard one side of
your property. If you have outdoor cats, then make sure that your plants won’t
be squashed if Puss decides to lay down in the grass.
After you’ve taken care of all of these things, then be sure to look at exactly
what you do on your property and if you can get your animals to participate
more in the labor or natural growth of your gardens, crops, or cultivated forest
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