Award-Winning Screenwriter Teams With NJ Shelter To Launch App To Save Puppies

Andy Breckman of Uncle Andy Toys has created
Feed A Puppy, the world’s first live- streaming interactive animal app featuring real rescue puppies.

Users can watch them play, watch them grow, and fall in love over and over again. Wanna feed them? Simply click the feed button and-thanks to a patented Feed A Puppy technology-a yummy treat will fall into their bowl in real time!

The puppies have been rescued by Eleventh
Hour Rescue, a not-for-profit group dedicated to saving dogs and cats from death row. Though the app is free, additional treats can be purchased or earned, with a portion of every dollar donated to their shelter in Northern New Jersey.

Feed A Puppy was created by Breckman, award-winning television and film writer and radio personality who was executive producer of the Emmy-winning television series Monk. His other credits include writing for Saturday Night Live, David Letterman and numerous screenplays, including Sgt. Bilko (with Steve Martin) and Rat Race. He currently hosts WFMU’s popular comedy show and podcast Seven Second Delay. Breckman is currently producing Probable Cause, a new mystery series set to air on ABC next summer

In 2014, Breckman founded Uncle Andy Toys and began developing a line of innovative and slightly-subversive board games and apps. Feed A Puppy was developed by Shore Digital Solutions, who also designed Uncle Andy’s first app, Rigged Trivia.

The idea for Feed A Puppy came to Breckman when he realized something was missing from other live- streaming animal sites: the ability to interact with them.

“I wanted to create an app with a real emotional component,” Breckman said. There’s nothing else like it out there.”

Being a strong supporter of animal rescue, Andy wanted his app to benefit homeless animals. He reached out to Eleventh Hour Rescue, and the rest is app history!

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