Tammy Grimes: Released January 2007
Releases "Love Is...A Day without Chains"
in Honor of Have a Heart for Chained Dogs Week
Grimes, Artist and Founder of Dogs Deserve Better,
Debuts New Piece Seeking to Raise Standards of Care for Man's Best
PA, January 8, 2007—Tammy Grimes, artist and founder of Dogs
Deserve Better, has released her latest work entitled "Love
Is...A Day without Chains" in honor of Have a Heart for
Chained Dogs Week, February 7-14. "Love
Is...A Day without Chains" seeks to raise the consciousness
of what is acceptable in our society and how we care for Man's Best
who will stand jury trial in spring 2007 for her efforts to save
a dying chained dog, stands firm in her belief that each of
us must be held responsible for taking care of our companions. When
that responsibility is taken lightly or dismissed, America's pets
are the ones who suffer and die.
are all caretakers on this earth. It is unacceptable to me that
anyone, man or woman, would leave a dog to die on the ground for
three days and not be held responsible for that action or inaction.
Is...A Day without Chains' puts forth the belief that a day
will come when every life will be valued. We've made dogs our companions;
now we must take responsibility for giving them the lives they need
holds a B.A. in Visual Art and Design from the University of Maryland,
and a B.A. in Naturology from AIHT. She is currently pursuing a
Master's in Naturology from AIHT, as well as working as an artist
and Executive Director of Dogs Deserve Better.
of all profits from sales of "Love Is...A Day without Chains"
will benefit Dogs Deserve Better through Febuary 28, 2007.
Other art sales continue to donate 20% of proceeds. The artwork
can be viewed at http://www.littlegirllooking.com/loveisadaywithoutchains.html.
can be reached at 814.941.7447 or Tammy@littlegirllooking.com
for comment, and is available for art shows, commissioned works,
Deserve Better was founded in 2002, is an international nonprofit
area reps in the U.S., France, and Canada, and works to bring
dogs out of the backyard into the home and family. The site can
be viewed at http://www.dogsdeservebetter.org.
Members of the press may obtain a hi-res image for print release
only by e-mailing Tammy@littlegirllooking.com
Endorsements for Tammy's Work