- Shop from local stores and companies
- Recycle your pet food containers, like dog food cans
- Buy products made from recyclable materials (like from Planet Dog -- we'll be talking more about that this week)
Beagle Freedom Project says 70,000 beagles are currently used for research experiments, and millions of animals around the world are in cages.
So in the next month, I'll be looking at cruelty-free products -- products made by companies that don't test on animals. Everything from hand lotion to laundry detergent. I'll be trying to add those in my home. It's not always easy -- but we will review those products and tell you which ones are good and useful.
How can you find cruelty-free products for you home?
There's a website called Leaping Bunny. It was founded by 1996 by a group of animal protection leagues to end animal testing. They have a list of cruelty-free products, and even a shopping guide. We'll use this list to find those products.
What cruelty-free products do you use? What cruelty-free products do you suggest I review?