"Puppycide" Doc Reaches $25,000 in Crowdfunding



Hollywood, CA--PUPPYCIDE: The Documentary has raised $25,000 for production through Kickstarter with 11 days left in the crowdfunding campaign.  

“The support has been great,” said Michael Ozias, director. “We’ve had almost 7,000 Facebook shares and media attention from Huffington Post, The Atlantic, and Big Hollywood. The more people learn about the campaign, the more they want to support it.”

PUPPYCIDE is a feature length documentary that takes a journey with victims of puppycide, the dogs and their owners. From the moment they meet and seal their emotional bonds to the excruciating trauma of loss, it follows the dog owners' battles for justice with police culture and the legal system, both of which treat dogs being shot as acceptable collateral damage.
The filmmakers have released several shocking infographics to highlight how unnecessary it is for police officers to shoot dogs. [Graphic 1] [Graphic 2] [Graphic 3]
“Our pets are like family members,” said Patrick Reasonover, producer. “The ongoing tragedy of puppycide must come to an end. Our documentary will be a big step in making that happen.”
The Kickstarter campaign ends November 15.
PUPPYCIDE: The Documentary