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NatureMill Lets You Compost Fido's Poo Safely and Stink Free

Compost Your Pup's Poo Safely . . . and Stink Free!

Remember when I was talking about composting your pet's poo with an easy DIY solution? Well, if you aren't the do-it-yourself type, you can get an auto composter that leaves the results safe to plant and your home stink-free.

The Nature Mill Pet Friendly Composter ($399) is made specifically with your pets in mind. It gobbles up your compostable kitchen scraps (along with your doggie's doodie), and, in two weeks time, you can be planting those tomatoes, carrots, or whatever your green thumb desires.

And what's cooler, it's ultra quiet and compact, so you can store it almost anywhere – even under your kitchen sink!


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Sumhope Sumhope 7 years
Currently lusting after this. Two bad its so pricey.
CoralAmber CoralAmber 8 years
Hmmm... I could really use that to dispose of my clumping cat litter, if it accepts it.
emo_stacer emo_stacer 8 years
what happens if you put the poo in your regular outdoor compost bin?
Renees3 Renees3 8 years
it's a cool idea but those things are too pricey
lawchick lawchick 8 years
the website says it is not recommended to use this for pet waste indoors. you can apparently use it outdoors year-round though
Rally-RE Rally-RE 8 years
that is gross! and, i have a hard time believing it is 'stink-free'. dog poop belongs outside in the trash can - not under the kitchen sink!!!!! double yuck.
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