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SameDayPups Delivers Dogs to Your Door — Fast!

The Humane Society of the United States is behind the service, and we love everything about it, especially the punch line!

Michael Leaverton  |  May 12th 2015


It’s a question that has plagued impulse pet-buyers for decades: How do you get a dog as quickly as possible with the least hassle and (ugh!) paperwork? The Humane Society of the United States just figured out the answer: SameDayPups, a unique purebred puppy-selling service that just requires a few clicks to have a dog delivered to your door, sometimes within hours — even minutes!

Let’s start with the web design, which is simple and clean, perfect for the sort of person who wouldn’t ordinarily buy a dog but gets lured by calming fonts and modern design and suddenly finds himself as sole caretaker of an animal who will be utterly dependent on him for the next 15 to 20 years.

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Also, it will ship you a dog by drone.

As for the type of dogs SameDayPups offers, the service helpfully advertises the most popular purebred dogs on the homepage, allowing users to embrace their childlike, simplistic notions of dog ownership with a show-quality dog who will be the envy of everyone who retains some vague, antiquated notion of breed health and status. And not to worry: SameDayPups are all “raised on farms,” so you can be sure your animal will have spent her formative years frolicking among hay and mules in the slanting sunlight. Ah, so peaceful.

Also, SameDayPups delivers “Iowa’s finest” teacup Yorkies to any North American airport, because no vacation is complete without a dog you can use for leisure.

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Need more? Watch the video!

Of course, this is all a joke. Once you try to click through and make a purchase, the real point of the site is revealed. According to the press release:

Instead of clicking through to buy a puppy, SameDayPups.com redirects potential online puppy-buyers to Apuppyisnotaproduct.com, where they can find tons of information on puppy mills and how they can help in shutting them down. Most times, dogs bought online are from puppy mills and often arrive ill to their new and excited owner.

Nice work, Humane Society!

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