Wednesday, February 13, 2008


PETA vs. the Dog Show

PETA spent $100,000 in advertisements on cable stations in New York and four other major cities, timed with the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, which ended on Tuesday night. PETA criticizes the show for promoting dog breeding and spurring interest in “purebreds” while animal shelters overflow with unwanted dogs in need of homes (perhaps like this one). The three commercials, which cost $30,000 to make, will be rolled out more broadly in the spring.

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