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We get it, you want the toys to be educational and have some redeeming benefits for your kids, but sometimes you also just want them to be entertaining enough that you can drink your cup of coffee and check your email. No matter what the goal, you definitely want the toys to be safe and non-toxic, right? Well, to help you out with choosing some great toys, we came up with a list of suggestions of things to look for: think wood, cotton, and rubber over plastic when you can.
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Bringing Home Puppy or Kitty

Non-toxic tips for bringing your pet home and making them feel welcome

Bringing home a new pet is a very exciting! You better be ready for a few rounds of play time and some great cuddles. While you figure out their favorite toy and what that weird noise means, we collected some tips for keeping your new best friend happy and healthy.

Just like you make healthy choices about what you bring into your home so you aren't coming into contact with toxic chemicals when you don't have to, these decisions matter just as much for your pet. A few might even matter for them a bit more.

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