Saturday, April 08, 2017

Let's #GetTough on Dog Fighting #ASPCA

Today, April 8, is National Dog Fighting Awareness Day and we are helping the ASPCA #GetTough on dog fighting!

3 rescued dogs wearing ASPCA bandanas

Disclosure: The ASPCA sent a #GetTough gift pack to Lapdog Creations, free of charge. We only share information that we feel is relevant to our readers, and all opinions expressed are our own. We feel strongly about ending dog fighting and will do everything we can to help spread the word. ASPCA is responsible for the giveaway prize.

Will you join us in helping the ASPCA spread the word, along with famous actor and pit bull advocate, Patrick Stewart? We've even got a great gift pack of ASPCA goodies to give away to one lucky winner!

3 rescued dogs promoting ASPCA

Ways You Can Help Stop Dog Fighting

Sign the Pledge
  • Your voice is more important than ever. Help the ASPCA reach their goal of 50,000 signatures advocating against dog fighting. Click here to sign the pledge
Share a Selfie
  • Let people know you are taking a stand against dog fighting by snapping a muscle-flexing selfie and sharing it on your social channels with the hashtag #GetTough 
#GetTough ASPCA
We haven't had a chance to snap ours yet, so hopefully Patrick Stewart will do. Click here to see the gallery of #GetTough photos

Donate
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Stay Alert for signs of dog fighting
  • If you see something, say something. Report suspected animal cruelty to law enforcement. Way too often, abuse goes unreported because people turn a blind eye or don't want to get involved. Be the voice for dogs who have none - they need us!
Advocate for stronger penalties for dog fighters

#GetTough ASPCA anti dog fighting campaign

GIVEAWAY!
To help spread awareness, we are giving away an ASPCA #GetTough Gift Pack to one (1) lucky winner. The gift pack contains:
  • #GetTough on dog fighting bandana
  • #GetTough sticker
  • Anti-dog fighting t-shirt
  • ASPCA Frisbee
  • ASPCA tote
To enter, use the Rafflecopter widget below. Open to US residents, 18+

Mandatory entry is to answer a question in the comments section on this post (hint: click on the Rafflecopter widget first to find out what that question is).

a Rafflecopter giveaway

7 comments:

Sue said...

We're promoting training classes and activities that dogs and their peeps can do together. We're also supporting our local shelter. Next yarn sale I'll stock up for knitting blankets for the shelter.

Marjie said...

I'm with the Lapdogs on this one! Love their bandanas!

Melanie said...

I #GetTough on dog fighting by talking to my friends about it and spreading awareness. I have also been donating to the ASPCA for many years!

Raising Your Pets Naturally with Tonya Wilhelm said...

I live in Toledo, which is an hour south of Detroit. This is a big issue for us. I need to do the selfie, that would be fun! Thanks for sharing and promoting this cause. It's so sad that people think of this as entertainment.

Christy Kennedy said...

I #GetTough on dog fighting by getting with the people on my Facebook group to be aware of who they sell and give their puppies to because of all the dog figthing going on. It is horrible that they raise the dogs to fight, but even worse that they use the weaker dogs as bait!!! And I share every post I find!

Ruth Epstein said...

Speaking out about it on a daily basis on my FB page

evie said...

contact my legislators to make this a law. this is a big issues in NC. in the past few yrs several military personal abused and killed some animals, nothing was done b/c they were military. NC is also known for dog fighting. it is disgusting. report any incidences that i see or hear about. .

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