Everyone has a “dog voice.” That tone you take when talking to a dog, your own or one you’re just meeting. Pet parents spend more time talking to their little ones in that voice than most will admit. Turns out, we all have A LOT to say to our dogs, and not just “good girl” or “good dog.” Being cute and silly isn’t enough to express everything we feel for our dogs, so sometimes you have to turn off the silly and find another way to share what your dog means to you.
SoulPancake, the brain child of “The Office” star Rainn Wilson, is dedicated to spreading love and positivity, and they recognize just how important our fuzzy kids are to us. They asked dog parents to write letters to their dogs, explaining just what their canine companions meant to the family. These letters are beyond touching, and show just how much a dog can change our lives for the better. It’s not only about they love they have for their pups, but about how their dogs taught them to love the rest of the world in a brand new way, making them better humans in every way.
These letters are wonderful in more ways than one. SoulPancake has teamed up with Purina and GreaterGood’s Rescue Bank program to donate a pound of food (up to 100,000 pounds) for every view of the video! These featured puppies didn’t just make their family better people, they are helping to make the world better for pets across the country!
If you have a letter to your furry loved one that you’d like to share, you can tweet it with the hashtag #BetterHuman. And make sure to help raise those views! Each one means another meal is served!
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