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Location: Western Washington (Zone 7B - temperate maritime)
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Hi Rose! We put all out dog poop in 5 gallon buckets and take it to the dump along with our garbage, but I would like to find a better way, like a doggie septic tank, or another solution. Does your book include do-it-yourself septic tank plans?
 
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Hi Charles - Yes, my book does include d-i-y septic tank plans and lots of other practices. But you can go straight to the septic tank source by visiting the big kahuna - City Farmer's Urban Agricultural Notes http://cityfarmer.org/petwaste.html.
 
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