Seized puppy mill dogs featured in rap video made by BC SPCA

Dec 19 2017, 8:32 pm

Could this be the cutest rap video ever made?

Staff with the BC SPCA’s Vancouver branch decided to feature some of the 66 dogs seized from a puppy mill in Langley by rapping about them.

The staff have dubbed the dogs “The Langley 66,” and the video shows some loving dogs who need homes.

“Yo, yo, it’s Betty White, ready to be treated right, with a tail that wags at the speed of light you ready to cuddle her all night?” Raps one of the staff members dressed in scrubs and giant star-shaped sunglasses with a charming Bernese Mountain Dog in tow.

The video seems to aim to spread awareness about puppy mills, as staff are seen carrying signs that say “#NoMorePuppyMills” towards the end.

Watch the adorable rap video below, and check out the BC SPCA website for adoptable dogs in your area.

This is too good not to share! Some of the BC SPCA Vancouver Branch staff wanted to unleash their inner talents, while also allowing everyone the opportunity to get up close and personal with just a few of the special faces from the seized puppy mill dogs! We hope that you enjoy the following video as much as they enjoyed making it. Read their original story at:

Posted by BC SPCA (BCSPCA) on Thursday, March 3, 2016

DH Vancouver StaffDH Vancouver Staff

+ News