We have made it on TV, Radio and Print!!
WTVA's coverage of the McD's 2.0 with Aimee & Kenneth Shaw, Dana McDonald, and Bertha Cisneros.
Leah Gray, Alex Romans, and Gordy the pot-bellied pig represent Porkchop's Phat Farm on WCBI's February 23, 2017 SUNRISE.
See the article about the Monroe County dogs in the Tupelo Daily Journal.
Allison McDonald, Bertha Alicia Mireles, and Bianca represented Shaw PBR very fashionably on WCBI's September 24, 2015 SUNRISE; and Pearl on WCBI's July 28, 2016 SUNRISE.
Dana McDonald, Allison McElhenney and BB did an amazing job on WCBI's June 25, 2015 SUNRISE.
Dana McDonald, Kenneth Shaw and Willow were a big hit on WCBI's March 26 SUNRISE.
Allie & Andrew Benton, and Gemma, did an amazing job representing Shaw PBR on February 26th's edition of WCBI's SUNRISE.
Aimee Shaw's colorful paintings were featured in the February 2015 Invitation Tupelo magazine.
Aimee Shaw, President/Founder of Shaw PBR, voices her opinion on the proposed BSL/Dangerous Dog bill. Kenneth Shaw voices his on WCBI's News at 10.
Volunteers Hailey Faulkner, Meagan Faulkner (and Buster); Dana McDonald, Kaitlyn McDonald, Allison McElhenney and Curtis McDonald; and Angie Harrington represented Shaw PBR in the 2014 Christmas Parade in Columbus, and were featured on the front page of The Commercial Dispatch!
Watch Kenneth and Aimee Shaw on WCBI's January 26, 2017 SUNRISE; and March 23, 2017 SUNRISE.
Two of Shaw PBR's biggest supporters, Lori Davis and Tara Lacoste, attended the court case for "Fat Penny" - helping advocate against BSL in Clinton, MS.
Shaw PBR has been featured in both the 2013 and 2014 Magnolia State of Mind magazine - the official magazine for the Mississippi Craft Show in Jackson, MS held each year in late August!
Kenneth Shaw chimes in re. Holmes County possibly banning pit bulls on WAPT News.
Shaw PBR is a recipient of the Governor's GIVE Award - see the Clarion Ledger article, here; and read the article in The Commercial Dispatch, here.
Listen to our audio from Dialogue with Adele Elliott!
Read articles about the Clay County Hoarding case.