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Lush PAWS Soap Helps Sled Dogs

Lush's New Soap Is Going to the Dogs

Last April, 100 sled dogs were slaughtered near Whistler, Canada after a company saw a downturn in business. As part of a campaign with the Vancouver Humane Society, Lush Cosmetics is demanding a ban on dog sled races in British Columbia. Lush stores in the province will have leaflets explaining how sled dogs suffer because of the industry, but if you're not in Canada, you can still help the cause. One hundred percent of proceeds from PAWS soap ($6, available online) will help fund work to stop dog sledding. And of course, it's vegan.

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myhousemd myhousemd 6 years
I could understand fighting to stop the slaughter of dogs, but outlawing dogsled racing is ridiculous. I have always had a huge amount of respect for the dogs and humans who are involved in that. It keeps alive a tradition that truly exemplifies how man and dog have worked together, and creates such a strong bond between man and dog. Outlaw animal cruelty, not a sport. This makes me sad, because I love Lush and I'd really like to try this soap. I do not, however, want to fund this particular cause.
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