The short answer: No, Biolage is not cruelty free. The long answer: Biolage is a brand that uses botanical ingredients to create professional hair care and hair styling products. It was developed by the hair styling duo, Arnie and Sydell Miller, who founded Matrix. Ten years after Matrix was born, Biolage was introduced in the… Continue reading Is Biolage Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Wella Professionals is not cruelty free. The long answer: Short for Wella, Wella Professionals is a German hair care company that was created by Franz Ströher in 1880. The company specializes in manufacturing hair care, hair styling, and hair colouring products for personal and professional use. In 2015, Wella was sold… Continue reading Is Wella Professionals Cruelty Free?
The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Whether the small and hard type or the big and soft kind, pretzels are snacks that should not be consumed by dogs. Aside from being loaded with salt, this snack may also be topped with garlic or onions, which can cause gastrointestinal distress and/or blood… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Pretzels?
The short answer: Yes, but only in moderation. The long answer: Mandarins are a variant of oranges, which dogs can consume in small quantities. Compared to oranges, they are described as being smaller in size, sweeter in taste, and flatter in shape. They also have a thinner, looser skin that makes them easy to peel.… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Mandarins?
The short answer: It depends. The long answer: Made from cooked potatoes, mashed potatoes can be fed to your dog only if they are freshly made and do not contain any flavourings and preservatives. Salt and milk are harmful for your dog, so they should not be mixed into the mashed potatoes you make for… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Mashed Potatoes?
Just like us, cats go through various life stages and have different needs at every stage. It’ll take years before they are officially called “seniors,” but once they reach the age of 7, their metabolism and activity levels may start to slow down. As such, their nutritional needs alter as well. This Waldo’s Friends article… Continue reading The Best Food to Feed an Elderly Cat
Here at Waldo’s Friends, we are big fans of dogs of all sizes, colours, and ages. Senior dogs hold a special place in our hearts because we’ve encountered some of the sweetest and kindest aging canines over the years. Though they are not as playful and active as young puppies, they still have a lot… Continue reading The Best Food to Feed an Elderly Dog
The short answer: No, Head & Shoulders is not cruelty free. The long answer: Head & Shoulders is an anti-dandruff shampoo that was developed in 1961. It was originally created as a cream by a team working under chemical engineer and bacteriologist, John Parran Jr. Fourteen years later, they transformed it into a clinically proven… Continue reading Is Head & Shoulders Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Colgate is not cruelty free. The long answer: Colgate is owned by the Colgate-Palmolive Company, an American multinational consumer products company. The company manufactures and distributes health care, personal care, household, and veterinary products. One of its earliest products is Colgate, a toothpaste that was originally sold in jars as early… Continue reading Is Colgate Cruelty Free?
The short answer: No, Matrix is not cruelty free. The long answer: Previously known as Matrix Essentials, Matrix was founded in 1980 by an American hair styling team/husband and wife, Arnie and Sydell Miller. Matrix is known for selling hair care, hair colour, hair styling, and texture creating products for professional hair stylists. It has… Continue reading Is Matrix Cruelty Free?
There are so many things a first-time cat parent needs to learn, such as preparing a starter kit before your cat comes home to finding ways to groom her at home. Depending on the age of the cat you decide to adopt or foster, you’ll also need to provide the right meals so that she… Continue reading The Difference Between Kitten Food and Cat Food
Cats and milk go hand in hand… or at least that’s what popular media would like people to believe. Animal experts have revealed that most adult cats are actually lactose intolerant, meaning they are unable to fully digest the sugar (lactose) found in milk. So does this mean cats can’t drink milk at all? This… Continue reading What Kind of Milk Can Cats Have?