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Encouraging compassion.

Provoking thought.

Increasing awareness about animal agriculture.

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I created Dirty Snouts™ to bring attention to issues still unknown to many people. . . 

. . . people like you, who would not knowingly enable the atrocities inherent in the production of dairy, eggs, and of course, meat. 

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Animals


The horrific and inhumane practices of animal agriculture afflict 99% of farm animals in the U.S.

Animals


The horrific and inhumane practices of animal agriculture afflict 99% of farm animals in the U.S.

Environment


Animal agriculture contributes more greenhouse gas emissions than all transportation sectors combined.

Environment


Animal agriculture contributes more greenhouse gas emissions than all transportation sectors combined.

Health


The consumption of animals, dairy and eggs also causes disease and other health problems.

Health


The consumption of animals, dairy and eggs also causes disease and other health problems.
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Reset Your Mindset

Most of us would rather not think about the fact that bacon and hamburgers are body parts from dead pigs and cows. Yet, we still eat them. From this mindset of cognitive dissonance, we further perpetuate violence by teaching these contradictions to our kids.

When children learn where their “food” comes from, they are often shocked and can’t believe that we actually eat animals.

Face it, no one wants to tell their favorite little person that, yes, the sausage they ate yesterday is just like Phoebe-from-school’s pet piggie.

And, yes, chicken fingers are from chickens like the ones in the neighbor’s back yard. (No, they are not the actual fingers of chickens.)

Food For Thought
Although we have been conditioned to accept – and even justify – eating farmed animals, most people would stop doing so if we had to kill them ourselves. Would you?

Let us nurture the compassion our children are born with, rather than encourage suffering, violence and death.

Stacey and Winnie, the pig

I donate a minimum of ten percent of sales to farm animal sanctuaries. These refuges provide care and safe homes to rescued and exploited animals. 

My Celebration Collection supports additional sanctuaries and non-profits that work on behalf of farmed animals and encourage advocacy.

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