Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation launched a new ‘Love Harder’ campaign, geared towards helping to find homes for rescue dogs that are most in need of adoption.
Miranda Lambert is one of those artists that always gives back. In 2009, she founded MuttNation Foundation with her mom, Bev Lambert to help find as many dogs as possible a safe and happy place to call home. Her new initiative ‘Love Harder’ is geared towards helping to find homes for rescue dogs that have a harder time getting adopted. The slogan “easy to love, harder to get adopted” is appropriately utilized.
To launch the campaign, Lambert sat with her SHEro, Emmylou Harris, to announce the project. In the announcement video, the two dog lovers discuss the importance of caring for older dogs and those with special needs.
Dogs that are pitbull mixes, big black dogs, senior dogs, and dogs with disabilities are amongst the many cuddly pups that need homes and are considered to be under this initiative. Fans that have rescued these types of dogs are encouraged to share their story at muttnation.com/loveharder. Those who do so will be entered for a chance to win a Miranda Lambert autographed Epiphone guitar.
To learn more about the new initiative and MuttNation’s mission in general, head to muttnation.com.
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