Updated: Feb 27
According to a surprising new study out of Belgium reveals that a dogs waste contains so much nitrogen and phosphorus that is it beyond the legal limits for plant fertilization.
The study finds that each year a single dog adds about 2.5 acres of nitrogen to the soil each year. So why is this a big deal?
Scientist say that if you over fertilize a plant some species of plants grow faster while others wont grow at all throwing the balance out of order in nature. Stay tuned for more facts and stats about our pets at PAWS Blogs.