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Dog Doogity PSA for ScoopPoop

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 2-07-2011 18:25 | Category: Environment

Nice campaign from Puget Sound, an inland area of the Pacific Northwest in the State of Washington USA.
The campaign is made for Puget Sound Starts Here, a partnership of regional governments dedicated to improving water quality in Puget Sound and local lakes, rivers and streams.

They made this video to help raise awareness about how cleaning up dog poop will improve water quality in Puget Sound. Of course you recognize the song “No Diggity” from Blackstreet.
Cleaning up dog poop will be fun after reading the instructions and doing the Dog Doogity Poop Pick-up Dance.

More at the campaign website, Facebook and Twitter.
Tweet about Dog Doogity and you will get a nice mention.

Hat tip to Nedra.


The Dog Doogity Poop Pick-up Dance:

Dog Doogity behind-the-scenes and outtakes

Puget Sound Starts Here
Additional credits:
Starring Martin Luther and Mishel Prada
Featured Dogs: "Lola" and "Ranger"
Dancers: Paul Benshoof, Marissa Benshoof, Andrea Benshoof, Megan Ryan, Meghan Doyle

Created by Seedwell / Pantless Knights
Directed by Peter Furia
Produced by Peter Furia, Beau Lewis and David Fine
Line Produced by Kimi Milo
Lyrics written by Beau Lewis
Instrumental by Jeff Kite
Director of Photography: Shawn Anderson
Dance Scene DP: Tyler McPherron
1st Assistant Camera: Alan Certeza
Steadicam: Chris Duerkopp
Grip: Kyle Daley
PA's: Katie Furia and Bryn Anderson
Dance Choreography by Paul Benshoof
Song Performed by Martin Luther

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