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Public Service Announcement Starring Jon Bernthal Highlights The Truth About The Majority Of "Pit Bull" Dog Owners PR Newswire. (June 10, 2015): Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2015 PR Newswire Association LLC Full Text: [[para]]Animal Farm Foundation Is Challenging Stereotypes, Asking "Pit Bull" Dog Owners to Take Action Against Breed Specific Legislation by Simply Taking Their Picture[[/para]] AMENIA, N.Y., June 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The non-profit organization, Animal Farm Foundation has created a public service announcement (PSA) starring actor and "pit bull" dog owner, Jon Bernthal, to disarm negative stereotypes about "pit bull" dog owners. In the PSA, Jon offers a real-life snapshot of the majority of "pit bull" dog owners, who are, in fact, everyday people with everyday dogs. Despite stereotypes suggesting that "pit bull" dog owners are inherently reckless or irresponsible, the overwhelming majority love and care for their pets just like other dog owners do. The individuals featured in the TV spot include "pit bull" dog owner- families, neighbors, friends, public servants and valued members of the community. Together, they are not the exception; they are the majority. To access, purchase, authenticate, or subscribe to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: MEET THE MAJORITY In the PSA, Jon asks "pit bull" dog owners to join The Majority Project just by taking their picture. The Majority Project is a photo collection, created by Animal Farm Foundation, to demonstrate that "pit bull" dog owners are no different than other dog owners. The photos show these dog owners holding signs identifying themselves as everyday people, valued members of society, "pit bull" dog owners and part of the majority. "Pit bull" dog owners nationwide are encouraged to join The Majority Project by sharing a photo with their dog at To access, purchase, authenticate, or subscribe to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: TheMajorityProject.com .
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