How much does the toy cost?Pit-Ball's range in price from $5.00 to $25.00 depending on which size meets your dogs requirements.
How does the Pit-Ball help you?Is your dog tearing up your home? Does your dog have bad breath? Does your dog seem lethargic or depressed? Are you worried about the quality and/or safety of your dog? Pit-Ball solves all of these issues and more.
What does the toy do?The Pit-Ball offers up a varity of choices. The first is a multi purpose exersise toy made for both physical and mental stimulation. Our toy is easy to throw with an unexepected bounce on landing to give your pup a little extra suprise. Pit-Ball is also packed full of different compartments to store treats for unsupervised fun. Pit-Ball's offers dental services with its state of the art teeth rigids located around the exterior of the toy.
How is Pit-Ball different than other brands, such as Kong or Jolly Ball?"The functionalites of the Pit-Ball go light years beyond that of our competators. 1. Pit-Ball offers play time in any location (lake, yard, indoors etc.) for portion of the price the competitors are charging. 2. Pit-Ball is made from 100% recyclable/pet SAFE materials to ensure that both the planet and your dog stay healthy. 3. Our 100% return policy, within the first 3 month after purchase if the Pit-Ball is compromised return it to us and we will send you another for free, and the shipping is on us. 4. All profits recieved from the sales regardin the Pit-Ball will be used to donate Pit-Balls to those dogs in need.
Le Sueur River Watershed - Rivers and Streams
The Le Sueur River flows 111 miles beginning in Freeborn County, and outlets into the Blue Earth River. Major tributaries include the Big Cobb River, Little Cobb River, Maple River, and Rice Creek. The total distance of the stream network is 1,201 miles of which 703 miles are intermittent streams and 498 miles are perennial streams.
Public and private drainage systems, lakes and wetlands also feed the Le Sueur River. The Le Sueur River Watershed is extensively drained through a vast ditch system. Through the county ditch system, these public ditches are privately owned but publicly managed systems. Total, there are 119 public drainage systems covering 369,337 benefitted acres. This includes 285 miles of open ditch and 616 miles of tile.
Flows within the Le Sueur River have increased which influences pollutant loading and channel conditions. Over the last 60 years, river flows have roughly doubled (MPCA, Le Sueur River WRAPS Report). This is a result of altered hydrology and decreased evapotranspiration. With an increase in flow, we also see an increase in nitrogen delivered from tile and shallow groundwater, an increase of phosphorus, and an increase of suspended sediment in streams from bank erosion. Sediment is an ongoing issue within the Watershed. Approximately 24-30% of the total suspended solids (TSS) entering the Minnesota River comes from the Le Sueur River (An Integrated Sediment Budget for the Le Sueur River Basin). A vast majority of the TSS is from non-point sources, including channel sources, ravines and gullies, and uplands.