Stop selling the "dead dog prop" on your website

Stop selling the "dead dog prop" on your website

    1. Emily Klehm
    2. Petition by

      Emily Klehm

      Glenwood, IL, United States

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September 2013

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Emily Klehm: This morning, Walmart.com removed the item for sale on their website!!

Millions of individuals around the world dedicate ourselves daily to the plight of companion pets.  While everyone can appreciate Halloween, there is nothing funny or appropriate in the product you are offering for sale.  It is not only disgusting but it glorifies the disposable attitude that far too many individuals have towards dogs.  As the CEO of the South Suburban Humane Society in Chicago Heights, I created this petition to urge you to remove this product for sale.  We purchase a number of our regular supplies from Walmart and Sam's Club but we will stop doing so until you remove this product.  I will also urge our supporters and the viral reach of this petition to boycot Walmart until this product is removed.  Dogs are not "roadkill" and dogs are not disposable. 

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Stop selling the "dead dog prop" on your website

Sincerely,
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    • Kathleen Lisai WESTMINSTER, VT
      • 10 months ago

      This costume is obscene

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    • Natalya Baleta OAKVILLE, CANADA
      • 10 months ago

      This is disgusting - how could Walmart support such a thing?!

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    • Bridget Kikta CINCINNATI, OH
      • 10 months ago

      What is the matter with people at Walmart? This is disguisting and you should be embarrassed as professionals and humans.

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    • Beth Loriot LITTLE ELM, TX
      • 10 months ago

      Dog and animal abuse and cruelty must stop. This product-image is a horrific example of animal cruelty.

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    • Brooke Taylor GASTONIA, NC
      • 10 months ago

      This is disgusting, immoral, and just plain wrong.

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