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Verizon Backs Down and Pull Pit Bull Ads!

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Congratulations! Victory is yours!

We recently asked you to urge Verizon to pull a commercial that featured two chained and aggressive "junkyard" pit bulls whose ears were cropped in a "fight crop."

We are happy to report that Verizon heeded your input and removed this cruel advertisement. This is your victory!

Thank you for sending e-mails letting Verizon know that it is unacceptable to send the message that dogs are cheap burglar alarms. Animals are lucky to have you on their side!

Sincerely,

Kristie Phelps, Assistant Director
Animals in Entertainment Campaign
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

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