My name’s Naraku. I know what you are all are thinking. What’s a weimaraner doing
posting a guest blog on BeagleDaily?
It’s all thanks to Lexie for believing in what we are doing at Pup Protector.
Here’s the deal.
A few years ago my dad was walking me in the early morning and got hit by a car. (He’s fine now)
We feel that this all could have been avoided if we had something to catch the
drivers attention so the car could see us in the dark!
When I’m out on our night walks and i see bikers pass by in the night, they seem to
always be wearing blinking lights and reflectors. They seem to understand the danger… we want
that to be the case for dog walkers too.
We made a short video explaining our product and our mission in more detail.
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The video has been getting a lot of views and good feedback.
I guess technically I’m a movie star now.
Not too shabby.
Guest Author Spencer & Naraku Jensen Bio:
3 years ago Trevor, was the victim of a hit and run driver while we were on our morning walk. Trevor
was a former standout basketball player and hasn’t been able to play since the accident, which
was just one of the many effects of the hit.
His roommate and brother Spencer saw how this tragic incident caused a dark period in
Trevor’s life and after years of standing by and watching other people fall victim to these
incidents they decided to make a stand. In America, on average, a pedestrian is hit every 8
minutes. They both quit their jobs and took on the cause full time.
Trevor along with his brother Spencer decided to create a line of ultra-bright lighted LED
leashes and collars to make dogs and dog walkers more visible in the night and early morning.
After failed attempts to gain support from banks and other funding institutions, they
decided to launch a crowdfunding campaign and let the dog community decide whether this was a worthy cause.
The campaign launched March 12th with a goal of 60,000 dollars in order to meet
production goals. The campaign ends April 3rd. Please help them by buying a wonderful collar, leash or simply making a donation at their website www.pupprotector.com
Check it out at www.puprotector.com
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