Michael Vick Completes Doggy (Human) Obedience Training Classes


Michael Vick has completed an animal course “respect for animals” offered Dog_Readingby PETA. There is no confirmation as to whether he passed or not. The course Michael Vick reportedly took was “Developing Empathy for Animals,” a one-day seminar. A day? You my son may want to take the extended 3 year course.

An animal rights organization is in talks with Michael Vick to appear in a public service announcement for them, now that the former Atlanta Falcon’s quarterback has completed a class offered by the group, sources told FOX News Wednesday.

According to a press release posted on the Web site for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and confirmed by the source, Vick, who pleaded guilty last month to a federal dogfighting charge, voluntarily took a PETA course in “respect for animals.”

Posted October 3, 2007 by
Celebrity, Crime, Sports | 2 comments

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    2 Responses to “Michael Vick Completes Doggy (Human) Obedience Training Classes”

    1. Patti on October 4th, 2007 6:10 pm

      Wouldn’t it be just like the NFL Hero-Maniacs to make Vick the American spokesman for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)…

      Why not? Let’s just throw another million in his direction, stir up a little publicity and the world will be all the better for it. After all, there are no ethics when it comes to idol worship.

      (Just Kidding)

      I have always been amazed in a bad way at the amount of money that we throw at these professional athletes and their teams. When you think about how that money could be better spent on worthy causes that would not be over within a couple hours and, soon, be forgotten.

      I don’t want to offend anyone but whether it’s football, basketball, baseball or tennis; the amount of money that we spend on being entertained by the great and mighty could go along way in helping the weak and helpless.

    2. Lobster Empathy Center from PETA … Lobsters are People Too??? | Scared Monkeys on June 4th, 2008 11:48 am

      [...] why sea cockroaches deserve more rights than people. Just when PETA does something intelligent like dog fighting awareness, they blow their credibility on nonsense. What will these people think of [...]

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