We want to entertain with the first dog flash mob while also reminding people to spay and neuter.
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
Dogs small and large hear the call to form a Doggie Flash Mob in a parody of Neon Trees' "Everybody Talks." DAWG Founders Fund and Dajen Productions created this funny and amusing music video with a message about spay/neuter.
Cute dogs dancing include a Yorkie with great moves, enthusiastic Labrador twins, a jumping Jack Russell Terrier, and a Bulldog who can't quite be bothered. They're joined by adorable neighborhood mutts and a Border Collie herding his owner into the fray.
The video's inspiration came from Claudia Lapin, a writer who responded with anguish and outrage to the torture/murder of a sweet Cocker Spaniel named Prince. She approached DAWG with the idea of remembering Prince in a meaningful way by helping other dogs. Every organization dedicated to animal rescue agrees that spay and neuter is the key to reducing the tsunami of companion animals that overwhelms animal shelters across the country.
“This video is made in the hope that this message reaches many thousands and leads them to provide this vital care for their dogs… and their kitties too.” says Shirley Jansen, DAWG Founders Fund.
Dajen Productions created the dog flash mob concept and produced the video. “We want to entertain with the first dog flash mob while also reminding people to spay and neuter.” says Dave Jenkins, director of the video.
About DAWG Founders Fund
DAWG Founders Fund raises the money that provides veterinary help, training and transportation to dogs in the care of 501-c-3 canine rescues.
DAWG (Dog Adoption Welfare Group) has a primary goal of reducing the rate of euthanasia in Santa Barbara County shelters by providing the medical care and training many dogs need for a second chance at life.
About Dajen Productions
Dajen Productions transforms ideas from paper to the screen. Located in Santa Barbara, CA, Dajen provides expert and cost-effective completion of projects from corporate videos to documentaries to Internet videos and TV shows.