Pet waste can pose health risks to people

09/7/2010 | South Carolina Now

Pet waste that is not disposed of properly can end up in bodies of water, posing a threat to water quality and putting people at risk for intestinal problems, eye and ear infections and other ailments. According to this article from a natural resources agent in Clemson, S.C., the AVMA estimates each U.S. household has an average of 0.58 dogs and owners are advised to clean up after their animals to prevent any risks associated with pet waste.

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