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At fifteen, taking action and teaching; for this dog it is all about being sustainable & reminding others to do the same!

Today, April 1, Cedar Dog is 15 years old, well and in retirement. On occasion she appears at special events or at her college, Pets Gone Green University (PGGU). This girl’s 2011 and 2012 paw-suit was the founding of PGGU, a place for pets and their people to learn the fundamentals of greening your four-leggeds. That is learning how pets impact the earth, and how “their humans” influence their pet’s health. Her teachings focus on taking action and persuading others to do the same. In Cedar's words, "If you don't act, what are you doing? What are you waiting for? Who will you tell, and when?"

Cedar is an author and a pet therapy dog. In 2008 & 2009, she and her transcriber Kathy Deitsch wrote two books that teach pets and their people to shrink their carbon paw and footprints.

The strong-minded Chesapeake Bay retriever serves as Dean of the College for Sustainable Behaviors. Her research and expertise are on Poop-to-Power projects/Emerging Technologies and Eco-Solutions for a Pet’s Daily Life©. Cedar Dog for Mayor™ raises money for animal and Eco-causes and works everywhere to build sustainable communities.

Check out her latest article in Mile High Natural Awakenings Magazine, page 20, April 2013 digital & print editions, Have Your Pets Gone Green?

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