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Tune In! The Lazy Environmentalist Greens Up Dog Grooming

Follow host Josh Dorfman on a quest to save the planet — "one wasteful couch potato at a time" — with his new show The Lazy Environmentalist! Premiering tonight (June 16, 9 p.m.) on the Sundance Channel, the premise is that most people would live an earth-friendly lifestyle. . . . if it were as easy and cost effective as their current choices.

For the first episode, Josh tackles dog grooming and suggests these two natural products. I've seen that facial ($17) before and turns out the blueberries naturally brighten white fur — counterintuitive, huh? The second product was "neem." Coming from the seeds of a tree found in tropical and semitropical countries like Burma and India, including this botanical pesticide in a shampoo ($14) deters bugs and reduces the risk of resulting dermatitis and infections.

To see the sneak peek of a groomer going green with these products (and more) from tonight's show,

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