The last couple of months have been purely magical. Ever since February 2013, CAPS’ “Models Against Pet Shops and Puppy Mills” campaign has been all over the USA. Our PSA “…
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As the spokesmodel for the Companion Animal Protection Society, I do outreach to educate the public about the great work being done by CAPS on behalf of pet shop and puppy mill dogs.
I was only four months old when Companion Animal Protection Society (CAPS) investigators saved me from a horrible place in South Dakota back in 2003. The USDA-licensed puppy mill bred Basset Hounds like me for the pet shop industry.
I'm part of a CAPS ad campaign called "Models Against Pet Shops and Puppy Mills." I appear in a video and print ad called "This is the Face of a Puppy Mill Dog" with beautiful model Kiley Wirtz Jennings, who contacted CAPS after seeing a very disturbing documentary made by CAPS called "CAPS vs Bauck, How a Small Nonprofit Brought Down a Large Puppy Mill." Seven other beautiful models are also part of this campaign, along with my brother Spencer, a rescued Australian Cattledog mix, and other dogs from Moka's Dog Rescue and City Pet Rescue in Texas (we filmed in Fort Worth).
CAPS and I plan to promote this campaign through national media. We'll be reaching out to shows like "Ellen," "Rachel Ray," and "Martha Stewart" and to magazines (women's, fashion and others).
We need your help to make the Companion Animal Protection Society’s new campaign viral. Please post the link to the CAPS "Models Against Pet Shops and Puppy Mills" campaign page on your Facebook wall. Tweet it, digg it, pin it, share it with your LinkedIn connections, etc. Please share as widely as possible and ask everyone else to share. Thank you!
The canine and human model partnership is part of a Companion Animal Protection Society awareness campaign featuring gorgeous models and adorable rescue pups. It aims to capture the hearts and minds of animal lovers while creating awareness about the cycle from puppy mill to pet shop to shelter.
This crucial program will help us gather the support and donations we desperately need to get more investigators into the field so we can continue to expose the cruelty taking place in puppy mills - large scale commercial breeding facilities
I know I'm a pretty lucky girl. I was adopted by a family who makes sure, ever since the first day I came home, that I have everything I need, including veterinary care for my glaucoma, heart, and deformed elbows. I have two feline brothers whom I adore and two canine, bratty brothers who drive me crazy but keep me company in the good and the bad…
It's already October and I'm still stuck in MA. I was hoping I'd make it to Los Angeles and New York City by now, my pink planner full of TV interviews and fundraisers, but alas I've had to make many sacrifices to help Mother with CAPS (creating awareness about puppy mills will always be my main goal in…Continue
A couple of months ago, my canine brother Spencer underwent surgery to remove mast cell tumor, which had the potential to become cancerous. I was worried and all (even though he’s bratty and annoying), but he recuperated in no time and I was back again to being the center of attention in the Howard household.
While Mr. Big Baby was recuperating, Mother bought him a pawsome device at the vet’s office called a …Continue