How to reduce your dog’s carbon pawprint by almost 700 per cent
The idiocy of even worrying about dog carbon footprints does occur. But, mathematically, unless the pawprint is going to go negative you can’t reduce by 700%, can you?
Analysis of almost 1,000 pet diets, including both dog and cat menus, found that a wet food diet produces almost seven times as much carbon dioxide as a dry food alternative.
Ah, reduce by 70% then……