White Collar – another great ad for dog rehoming

Earlier in the week, we brought you an ad for the The Shelter Pet Project. So, to end the week, we thought we’d bring you another.

In this funny, 30-second TV ad, which aims to give shelter pets a voice, we hear a dog’s take on prison versus shelters! The reason this dog is carted to a rehoming centre is due to it’s dodgy owner, rather than anything the dog has done. It’s a point cleverly made, and one to remember. 

So … if you’re looking for a pet and you’ve never considered the rehoming option, we ask you to reconsider! As my dog Mr Wiggly proves (snoring gently beside me) they can be great companions! 

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  1. Betsy Oliver says:

    A Shelter That’s Learned the Secret For Successfully Placing Dogs
    Cut Bank Animal Shelter, Cut Bank, MT is using a method that results in all adopted dogs being permanently placed in good homes. Here’s what they have to say:
    “Susan Overfield is a wonderful instructor and has a command over dogs and the people that they own. Cut Bank Animal Shelter uses Susan’s training techniques and psychology of dogs with every animal that we handle. We have had no returned animals when adopted. People love that they are receiving a dog that knows more obedience & good behavior than they had ever expected. An adoption from our shelter includes an hour long talk about dog psychology and basic obedience. We are very happy to recommend Susan to anyone that has a dog with behavior or obedience issues. Susan will also work with special needs dogs. Those that other people have given up on. Susan has a way with dogs that many people may envy. She is willing to teach anyone that is willing to learn.

    Tina Gauthier
    Special Services Officer
    Cut Bank Animal Shelter”
    To reach Susan Overfield for Dog Owner/Animal Shelter/rescues instruction, BOSS Dog Clinics or private help, in the US or Internationally, go to http://www.aahhtt.com Or call 800-658-4889. Author of “Saturday Dogs…and the owners they trained”

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