Mum gave me a little kibble this morning with my brown rice, veggie mix (for toddlers) and cottage cheese. Yum, I love my kibble. And she'll be adding in more and more kibble as my feedings progress.
Meanwhile, I was going through my Technorati links and came across this site that linked to us. It's called Speedcat Hollydale, and it's a bunch of (and I'm quoting him) mumbo jumbo. We like mumbo jumbo and were part of that mumbo jumbo recently. (Thanks Speedcat!). He rated my blog and found it to contain a certain 'dirty' word. We still got a G rating, thank goodness, but our dirty word was, yep you guessed it - Poop!
So we started thinking. The state of a dog's 'output' is a very important gauge in our health. We need to talk about it, it's a big (well hopefully not too big) part of our life, right? Off I went to Google to see what all the hubbub is about 'the stuff'! And guess what we found - yep sites dedicated to the word Poop! (Oops I said it again!). We found:
- The Poop Thesaurus
- SmellyPoop.com - an entire site dedicated to us pups 'output', and you can even order a Monthly Doos calendar
- Information on how to compost dog waste - if you'd like to spend less, lessen your ecological footprint, and build connections with others in your community, then check out these great ideas
- An article in USAToday from 2002 that discusses how our 'waste' poses a threat to the environment
- DogDoo.com - a site that sells realistic 'waste' that you can send to your friends
- An interesting blog post from Inhabitat about how San Francisco is harnessing the power of dog poo and turning it into a renewable energy source
- The Dog Poop Initiative - an entire website devoted to taking initiative in picking up the 'output'. They say it's a big pile 'o fun
I could go on and on - as you know how it is with Googling. But what I learned? I am convinced that my 'output' is a very important part of me, my life, my family's life and the entire human and canine race!