There’s no debating it, animals have sex. With unwanted litters coming in as the leading cause of pet overpopulation, it should go without saying that spaying or neutering make the top of every pet-parent’s to-do list. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. That’s why HelpJoey.com has introduced the Pet Purity Collar. Say what?
Forget about ShamWow or the Snuggiethe latest fad to hit the infomercial market is the Pet Purity Collar. Sure infomercials notoriously feature over-the-top salespeople, peddling questionable productsbut who could doubt the good intent of the Pet Purity Collar?
“These stylish bands represent your pet’s promise to resist their animal urges and to abstain from doing the freaky-deaky,” explains Joey. “Discover the hottest trend in pet fashion that will also get them to stopchasingtail.”
Okay, so it’s a spoofthe Pet Purity Collar doesn’t really exist. But let’s hand it to Joey for producing yet another amusing webisode, one with a great message!
To find a low-cost spay/neuter services in your area, please visit www.ASPCASpay.com. And be sure to check out HelpJoey.com to see for yourself what the buzz is all about.
Fan or not, we’ve got to give credit to The Daily Show for tackling the serious issue of puppy mill reform in America, especially given the current debate over the passage of Proposition B in Missouri. Sure, the majority of Missourians voted in favor of tougher state regulations for puppy millsbut opposition to the new set of rules remains fierce, if not also a bit misinformed.
In last week’s Daily Show segment, correspondent Olivia Munn visits Missouri to see firsthand how residents are reacting to the passing of Prop B. Munn speaks with animal welfare leaders, even Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan, who throws his opinion in the ring. But the most startling interview is with Anita Andrews, Director of the Alliance for Truthan organization that heavily opposes the new puppy mill law.
“They’re expecting all the breeders to sit there and pay for exorbitant amounts of care that are not neededlike adequate food, adequate water, and adequate space,” explains Andrews.
With its well-known satiric flare, The Daily Show gets to the heart of the matterpuppy mill reform is needed and those who oppose it…well, we’ll just let you come to your own conclusions.
Okay, people, w're back with the latest wacky web-flick from our friends at HelpJoey.com. Earlier this week, we announced our new partnership this lone pet-crusader and vowed to help steer him in the right direction--offering him the spay/neuter tools and resources needed to bring his edgy campaign to a whole new level.
That said, we're asking you to give us a hand. We want to get Joey's"StopChasingTail" message out to as many people as possible. So check out his latest video escapade "Learning Their Language" (sure to bring big laughs!) and help us give it a big push across Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets--we can't do it without you!
Be sure stop by HelpJoey.com and see for yourself what the buzz is all about.
The holiday season is upon usbut for some, celebration does not come easy. With the devastating effects of the economic downturn, struggling families across our nation are forced to face one of the most difficult decisions of their lifeabandoning their beloved pet.
As millions continue to file for unemployment, many families find they can no longer afford the costs of pet care, while others become evicted from their homes and are unable locate pet-friendly housing. The unlucky ones are left to the streets, but even those in shelters face difficult odds. The harsh reality is, with shelter intake rates on the rise, countless numbers of companion animals face euthanasia in overcrowded sheltersbut we are here to help.
This past year, we were able to provide low cost medical care to more than 144,000 animals, assist in the adoption of over 63,000 homeless pets, and provide more than five million in grant funding to organizations in need. But we’re not done…
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With your help, the ASPCA can continue to make a difference for the thousands of families at risk of losing their beloved companions, and together we can keep families at home, together.
Get your motors running, animal lovers! This holiday season, Subaru is once again giving back with the Subaru Share the Love Event. That means you could be helping homeless pets while driving a brand new set of wheels. For every vehicle sold or leased between November 20 and January 3, Subaru will donate $250 to the owner’s charity of choice—one of which is the ASPCA!
It’s no surprise that Subaru owners love their dogs! For the 3rd year in a row, the ASPCA has been selected as one of five charities to participate in the dealership’s holiday year end sales event—raising more than $2.5 million in total donations.
To do our part, we have united Subaru dealers with local animal welfare agencies across the country to jointly host pet adopt-a-thons, collection drives, even holiday photos with Santa Claws. Last year, thanks to these special events, more than 350 animals found forever homes and $28,000 in donations were raised for local animal agencies!
Since there’s no limit to the amount that Subaru is willing to donate, car buyers can help the ASPCA receive upwards of a million dollars (or more!)—with all donations directly impacting our efforts to fight animal cruelty. So, even if you’re not thinking about getting a new car, tell a friend, tell a loved one—tell anyone shopping around that Subaru is worth checking out!
There has never been a better time, a better season or a better reason to buy a Subaru. Visit Subaru today for more information.