Dogster magazine interviews Belgian Malinois Britta who plays Lulu the dog in the movie DOG co-starring and co-directed by Channing Tatum out now in theaters.
Writer W. Bruce Cameron and producer Gavin Polone have seen the footage and commented, but they are not experts in veterinary behavior or dog body language.
Pick up W. Bruce Cameron’s book upon which the now-controversial movie is based. It’s a powerful and emotion-provoking read.
After TMZ released footage of a German Shepherd actor struggling in a pool during filming, rescue groups and individuals alike are calling for a boycott of the movie.
Similar to how “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” and “Fast Food Nation” impacted my eating habits, Petfooled shined a light on the commercial foods available to my dogs.
Filming of rookie puppy learning to be part of a FEMA certified urban search and rescue team has already begun. Help the film reach its goal by Nov. 18!
It has a clear bias toward commercial-scale breeders, and that’s why breeders and rescuers alike should watch the movie and use it as a discussion starter.
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