An increasing number of individuals worldwide are expressing concern about climate change, with 8 out of 10 people acknowledging it as a major threat to their country.
Among them is Doganic, who shares this worry. Climate change is unavoidable, and we believe with collective efforts we can fight it. With a strong environmental consciousness, our goal is to transform the way people shop for their dogs.
Think about it....How many dog treat bags, or dog food packages do you go through per month? We are living in an overly package-focused era. Everything is packaged, sometimes even double or triple-packaged, where does all the trash go? So Doganic was created to help fight climate change. Our bags are in 100% biodegradable packaging, so they will decompose if they end up in the ocean. This is our way to reduce single-use plastic, which we believe is one of the biggest environmental crises we face. We avoid the high level of plastic pollution by not using any plastics in our packaging. Our dog treat bags, labels, paper, and ink are all made from natural easy-growing plant sources and recyclable materials to ensure compostability, helping promote sustainability. All in all, an earth-friendly pet product.
Additionally, our treats at Doganc are made using only a few simple ingredients. The reason for that is our commitment to minimizing resource consumption and energy usage from our planet. By adopting this approach, we aim to play our part in reducing CO2 pollution and its impact on the environment.
Emphasizing the importance of collective effort, we firmly believe that through collaboration and the adoption of sustainable and earth-friendly practices and products, we can make a huge difference in preserving the health of our planet.
We want you to spend all your thoughts and energy on giving your pup the best life possible using earth-friendly products.
Doganic makes it easy for you to contribute to a greener world with less waste.
If you are interested in learning more about trash in the world, click on this link. To get more statistics on single-use plastic and its negative impact on the environment, click on this link to Earth Day's website. (https://www.earthday.org/fact-sheet-single-use-plastics/)
We are taking many other initiatives to combat climate change. We are aware of the carbon footprint left by animal production, as well as the deforestation we see around the world.