Pets are messy. Luckily, Art of Green can help.

One of Austin’s best qualities is how pet-friendly it is. Everywhere you go, you see people with their ADORABLE puppies. Everyone wants to know where the best dog park is, where the best dog-friendly patios are, who’s the best border, but you know what? No one’s helping me figure out how to keep my house CLEAN with a dog. 


*face palm* Unfortunately, this is a frequent picture in our house. It rains a little bit, actually, it doesn’t even have to rain! Just my dog Winnie stomping around in the morning dew is enough to WREAK my floors. That’s when I pull out the Art Of Green® and start cleaning. It’s tough on dirt, which makes it perfect for cleaning those muddy paw prints.


After I’ve quickly cleaned the floor, it kind of puts me in a cleaning mood. You know what I mean? I grab a few of the wipes and quickly hit the kitchen counters and appliances. It’s tough on grease and grime as well, so it’s perfect on the stove. They have convenient little packs, as well as full containers, so you can take them on the go (hello, wiping down the car after Winnie goes to the dog park?!).

Art of Green is a “green” product, which means that its ingredients are at least 98% naturally derived with no harsh chemicals, and is a non-toxic formula free of parabens, phthalates, glycol solvents, artificial color or phosphates. It leaves less residue than leading eco-friendly cleaners, is safe for sensitive skin, has a biodegradable formula, and is safe to use around pets – check, check, and CHECK!


What I love about Art of Green is that it’s available at H-E-B. I can quickly add it to my Curbside Pickup order and boom, I’m ready to go. If you want to try it for yourself, I have a little coupon for you to use!

Here’s to making life with pets a little easier and a little cleaner!
This post has been sponsored by Art of Green. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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Author: Kelly

Kelly Phillips is the writer and photographer behind You can view more of her photos on Instagram @DiscoveringATX and her photography portfolio at

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