The Shelter Pet Project

I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought it would be of interest!

>> Note: From YouTube >> The Shelter Pet Project aims to save lives by changing minds. This groundbreaking ad campaign dispels the myths surrounding shelter pets, using captivating commercials to spread the word that most dogs and cats at our nation’s animal shelters make wonderful companions. Watch the commercials, visit http and fall in love with a shelter pet today.

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9 Responses

  1. ilovepittybulls

    i wish you all the best of luck and i will be rooting for this project with all my heart! adoption is the only way to go, no matter what!!!!

  2. rybcage

    This is really great to see. I hope people will give shelters a serious look. I have gotten 4 fabulous dogs from shelters over the past 22 years. 3 pups & 1 adult who was housebroken, neutered, & very sociable & sweet.

  3. myipodispink

    People who say that they are ‘dog-lovers’ but head out to the pet shop to buy a puppy in a heartbeat….are pretty hypocritical.

    They don’t love dogs, they just love certain breeds of dogs.

  4. ryoko

    I still cant wait until I have enough saved to make an animal refugee so I can reduce the amount of animals euthanized and raise the amount of animals being loved.

  5. patzivota22

    very cool – never buy animals in pet stores.

  6. Causecast

    Way to break the stereotype. Rocky is a beautiful dog and clearly has good qualities. Thanks for sharing !

  7. RobbyLovesAriHest

    Great to see the Washington Animal Rescue League’s animals featured in this video!

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  9. DavidMartosko

    Thank you HSUS and especially Wayne Pacelle for all you do for shelter pets.