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There’s a Dog in the House:

A Practical Guide for Creating Today’s Dog-Friendly Home

Using the principles of sustainable design Nancy Chwiecko and Amy Fernandez provide relevant information about innovations in building materials and products and raise awareness regarding hidden health risks in certain materials. Many dogs spend more time inside the home than human occupants, and owners are seldom aware of the levels of household toxins their dogs inhale, ingest and absorb topically.

There’s a Dog in the House will help owners make sound choices regarding design alternatives, building materials, furniture and finishes, construction and repair options and cleaning products. Each one is presented in terms of durability, longevity, environmental impact and safety to help readers make cost effective and ecologically sound choices. Every chapter features product recommendations, safety concerns and tips to keep your home organized. The book is intended to assist homeowners seeking to create a harmonious co-existence with dogs.

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  1. Jay and Chris Bicknell says:

    We have invented an Indoor Automatic Pet Flushing Toilet called The Pet Whizzard. We have applied for our patent on this invention. I do not have a prototype but I do have a proof of concept. This is a totally automatic system for your dog or cat and is very safe and efficient. This invention will hook up as any toilet does in your home.

    We are looking to license this invention to a company for manufacturing. If you are a manufacturer who is interested in learning more please contact us at our email address: petwhizzard@yahoo.com Jay and Chris Bicknell

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