Max A Pooch Wins 2016 Black Dog Friday Super Hero Award
Black Dog Friday Super Hero Award is given to canines and their human companions who have demonstrated their continuing dedication to unleashing the power of a dog's love into the world.
By: Max A Pooch
Max A Pooch is a black rescue dog who if he had not been adopted by Keith may have suffered the cruel fate that befalls so many dogs with black colored coats.
A donation will be made to Monroe County Friends Animal Shelter by Green Pets America Charities in Max's Name. MCFA is a shelter for whom Max A Pooch and Keith do volunteer work.
Max is one smart Green Dog. Max was rescued, recycled and reloved and now our hero dog Max shows others how to rescue and recycle as well. This canny canine has done many things that have raised awareness about animal advocates and their advocacies, homeless cats and dogs, and recycling.
Max A Pooch is best known as the black Lab who turns green and does what most humans don't. He earned this moniker because Max picks up litter, he puts it in the trash where humans should have placed it. https://www.youtube.com/
Max A Pooch sorts litter and puts recyclables in a recycling box and trash in a trash box. He proves these tasks are so easy even a dog can do them. Which of course leads to the question, if a dog can do this, why can't more humans?
This canny canine has done many things that have raised awareness about animal advocates and their advocacies, homeless cats and dogs, and recycling.
He was the inspiration for the popular Pet Life Radio network program Max A Pooch's Awesome Animal Advocates. http://www.petliferadio.com/
Max has performed on stage, at special events for recycling and animal rescues, and on Television from Chicago to Knoxville. He performs because he hates to see anything thrown away whether it is a pooch or a plastic bottle.
Each time Max performs he proves that rescue dogs, including the ones with black coats make great companions. Max A Pooch and his human companion Keith Sanderson also volunteer at the Monroe County Tennessee animal shelter at fund raisers and other events
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Steve Monahan, spent 12 years rescuing dogs from shelters. He realized that death row dogs had a higher ratio of black dogs, versus any other color of dogs. The average dog was adopted in three months, some black coated dogs took up to a year or more.
The phenonema has a name, Black Dog Syndrome (BDS). Reasons for BDS, include superstitious fear of black dogs. Black dogs are depicted in movies and fiction as evil. The real fact is black dogs don't photograph well. This is overcome by photographing black dogs in front of blue screens or blue paper.
Monahan hopes by showcasing canines such as Max A Pooch he will make people aware that dogs are the same no matter the color of their coat.