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April 17, 2016
David Shockey Photography Teams with 911 Dog Rescue, Inc., To Put Each Canine's Best Paw Forward
David Shockey Photography and 911 Dog Rescue, Inc., today announced their Lights, Camera, Adopt! partnership, providing the perfect exposure so each rescue may find their furever home. In addition, Amy Beam, 911 CEO, and David Shockey, both inventive business owners in their own right, will be co-sponsoring a variety of programs to help adoptive families capture their special canine stories and memories through unique, creative and timeless photographs. "For our adopters, dogs are family," said Beam. "Our goal in partnering with David is to provide our adopters with access to that expert photographer who knows exactly how to capture each dog's spirit, flawlessly!" Shockey, animal welfare advocate and 911 Dog Rescue adopter of Benny, a
3 1/2-year-old labrador/shepherd mix, knows first-hand the emotional bond between a dog and adopter as he describes his relationship with Benny, "Without a doubt, Benny's my furry son," said Shockey. "It was love at first sight - his attitude, his personality, his almost successful attempts at trying to displace me as the Alpha. My goal as 911's partner is to capture each dog's unique essence in a way that will profoundly touch the hearts of our adopters."
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April 3, 2016
911 Dog Rescue, Inc., CEO Amy Beam, Takes a Firm Stand on Link Between Violent Crimes Against People and Animals
Jonathan Tressler, The News-Herald, covers tough and painful topics with 911 Dog Rescue CEO Amy Beam, in this candid, calling-it-like-it-is interview.