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Hannah’s Society’s Date with Media Disaster!

A Spade is a Spade.  On Tuesday, April 23, Hannah Society opened its doors for a one-day media event.  Not surprisingly, the company did not receive the favorable news coverage it was seeking for two newer locations and is now lashing out at those concerned about this […]

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MORE HANNAH SOCIETY NEWS!

KATU also covered the Hannah Society’s press event when founder, Scott Campbell, announced plans for its expansion to the westside – after the fact!  HS actually opened its second retail store in Washington Square and its second health and education center in an adjacent strip mall in […]

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HANNAH SOCIETY IN THE NEWS!

FOX NEWS COVERS HANNAH SOCIETY PRESS EVENT! See and hear what Hannah Society founder, Scott Campbell, says when questioned by the media about  the business practices and ethics of his for-profit company.  Note his admission that the Hannah Society does indeed buy animals to lease – a […]

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11/29/12 Dogster.com: Would You Ever Rent a Dog?

This article , 11/29/12 Dogster: Would You Ever Rent a Dog? follows up on Hannah Society practices and poses the question: Would You Ever Rent a Dog?    

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11/18/12 Hannah Society TV News Coverage

In this interview, Hannah Society claims to source animals only from shelters and rescues while designer breed puppies play in the background (a detail confirmed by the reporter after this news clip aired).  We encourage you to ask Hannah Society directly where they get these very young, designer […]

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11/14/12: Willamette Week: Rent A Pup

Rent A Pup: Oregon’s richest veterinarian wants to lease you a pet – but complaints dog his business. Read all about it in Willamette Week!  

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11/3/12 Oregonian: Hannah the Pet Society raises questions as it expands…

Though this Oregonian article included some inaccuracies, it summarizes the initial controversy surrounding Hannah Society’s business model.  

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