FIRST, WE NEED SOME INFORMATION:

How big is your dog?

Fits in my purse

(1-10 pounds)

Furniture accessory

(10-25 pounds)

Conversation starter at dog park

(25-50 pounds)

Runs the household

(50-80 pounds)

Walks the owner

(over 80 pounds)

What protein do you feed?

CONGRATS! YOU WILL REDUCE YOUR CARBON PAWPRINT BY SWITCHING TO JIMINY'S. CHECK OUT YOUR SAVINGS BELOW!

LAND

ANNUAL LAND SAVINGS:ACRE

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ON THIS LAND YOU COULD PLANTTREES

WATER

ANNUAL WATER SAVINGS:GALLONS OF WATER

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FOR COMPARISON
THINK OF THIS ASTOILET FLUSHES

GREEN HOUSE GAS

ANNUAL GHG SAVINGS:GRAMS

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FOR COMPARISON
IMAGINE NOT DRIVINGMILES

THE ECO-CALCULATOR EXPLAINED

According to a UCLA Study, dogs and cats are responsible for 25 to 30% of the environmental impact of meat consumption in the US. We looked at this and concluded that we need a change. So, at Jiminy’s, we replace traditional animal protein with insect protein. Sustainability is what we’re running towards (we try not to drive when we can use foot power). Our insect protein uses exponentially less land, emits almost no greenhouse gases and requires less water.
We thought it might be fun if we gave you a chance to see how much land, water and greenhouse gas you can save by switching your dog to Jiminy’s. Our Eco-Calculator takes into account the size of your dog, how much you feed them along with what you feed and then calculates how much you will save in a single year by making the switch to Jiminy’s!!

HOW IS THIS LEVEL OF SAVINGS POSSIBLE?

These are big numbers. We’re super proud that we can have this level of impact! You might be wondering how the numbers can be this high. Don’t worry, we poked at it too!

The difference is huge due to a number of factors, but basically it takes more resources to grow the other protein sources (cow/chicken) than it does to grow insect protein.

A few factors drive the numbers: 1) the amount of feed and water the animal (protein source) consumes during its lifetime 2) how long the animal lives before it is harvested 3) how much space the animal needs in order to grow to maturity (or to the time when it is harvested – these are not always the same thing).

We have a lot more information on each of these topics along with nutrition comparisons on this website. Here’s a few areas if you want to explore further.