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Named & Shamed: The Movies Falsely Claiming ‘No Animals Were Harmed’

The American public and much of the international community look for the “No Animals Were Harmed”(R) end-credit disclaimer at the end of theatrical films. It is their assurance that the animal actors used in those productions were not killed or injured in any way, and that their well-being and safety were assured by the trusted, credible and historic American Humane Association. However, some recent movies are misleading the public.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Named & Shamed: The Movies Falsely Claiming ‘No Animals Were Harmed’

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Named & Shamed: The Movies Falsely Claiming ‘No Animals Were Harmed’

The American public and much of the international community look for the “No Animals Were Harmed”(R) end-credit disclaimer at the end of theatrical films. It is their assurance that the animal actors used in those productions were not killed or injured in any way, and that their well-being and safety were assured by the trusted, credible and historic American Humane Association. However, some recent movies are misleading the public.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Named & Shamed: The Movies Falsely Claiming ‘No Animals Were Harmed’

Related content:

  1. Marley and Me Film Set to Raise Awareness for Rescue Dogs
  2. American Humane Society ‘Pleased’ at Michael Vick Dog Fighting Prison Term
  3. London to Become Home to First Dog Walk of Fame
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