All Press Releases for August 01, 2007

Bocker's Buddies - Doodles Doing Public Service

Bocker the Labradoodle, as Spokesdog for All Doodles, heads up Bocker's Buddies, an international organization of doodles doing good and spreading smiles through their therapy work.

    /24-7PressRelease/ - August 1, 2008 - Bocker the Labradoodle, through his website. Bocker's Doodleand,, (which has had over 100,000 visitors)has become an internationally known star and spokesdog for labradoodles and pets of all kinds.

Bocker the Labradoodle's latest endeavor is an organization called Bocker's Buddies. This group of doodles highlights the positive contributions that doodles make to those in need of a smile, a wag of a tail and a breath of fresh hypoallergenic air.

Through Bocker's celebrity, and his being Ambassador and Spokesdog to all Doodles, Bocker's Buddies hopes to bring attention on a national scale to all the good that doodles do and the many organizations that they are associated with. Bocker's Buddies also hopes to spread the word by highlighting their experiences and showing how they have affected the lives of so many people. It I their goal to introduce this kind of help into other areas that would benefit those in need of a smile and wag of a tail. Bocker's through the wag of a tail

Bocker the Labradoodle has had a very busy year. Besides working as a therapy dog, as a Tail Wagging Tutor, helping kids with their reading, and making appearances as spokesdog for Labradoodles, Bocker's career has kept him on the move. Bocker filmed a commercial for Optimum Rewards, appeared on The View, The Mike and Juliet Morning Show, and had photo shoots for Chase Bank, GQ Magazine, Barney's NY, Target and appears in a "Pet Advice" video for Walmart. Bocker, dressed in his tuxedo, was a guest at the DogCatemy Awards in NYC, where his video "The Year In My Life As a Dog" was featured.

Bocker the Labradoodle has his own theme song, which everyone is singing. His plush toy is becoming the must have with children of all ages and is often donated to children in hospitals and schools.

If there is anything at all going on in the on-line labradoodle community, Bocker, being one of its most well-known citizens, will surely try to sniff it out. Check out his website and be part of Bocker's Doodleland. Contact Bocker at: [email protected]
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