Pet waste contains beneficial plant nutrients that can replace chemical fertilizers

The author of a recent article in Pet Helpful says that dog waste should be composted, not put into a doggie septic tank; “it heats up enough to destroy pathogens and provides nutrients that can be utilized in your yard and under your trees. Composting dog waste also keeps tons of material being added to a landfill or sewer system that is already overwhelmed.

Here Dr. Mark explains how do you can correctly make a compost heap out of your dogs waste “without buying all of those things other sites are trying to sell you” and why you should do it.

Best Ways to Recycle and Compost Dog Waste for Free