WARNING: YOU WILL SEE DOGS DIE IN THIS VIDEO.
IF YOUR COMMENT IS A PROFANITY LACED ATTACK I WILL REMOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
IF YOU WISH TO JOIN THE DISCUSSION AND CAN DO SO INTELLIGENTLY, PLEASE FEEL FREE. EVEN IF YOU DISAGREE. BUT I SUGGEST READING OTHER COMMENTS, SPECIFICALLY THE REPLIES FROM ME, AS I PROBABLY HAVE ANSWERED QUESTIONS THERE.
There have been over 38,000 views and I get weekly comments on this series. We would very much like to produce a documentary and find a home for it on a network to educate other areas and show the strides this place has made since this series aired so long ago.
WHO IS WILLING TO FUND THAT???? LET ME KNOW
Full series I shot and cut in 1996, packs as much of a punch today as it did then. If you watch this, and you shed a tear, contact your local shelter, help them help animals.
I put my money where my mouth is too. Since I shot this story, I have owned two dogs, and BOTH came from shelters and both were one year old when I got them. The first was Zoey and we kept her for 13 years, despite the fact that she had seizures every 6 weeks. Her seizures would hit her every 2-3 hours for as high as 56 hours. Nothing could be done to stop them. So we cared for her and in between those times, she was the single best dog I have ever owned.
Eventually the seizures took their toll. Her health declined and we had to put her down. It was incredibly hard, but she had a great life with us and us with her. Right after, we adopted Jasmine. In honor of Zoey, we changed the spelling from Jasmine to Jazmine with a Z. Her personality is nothing like Zoey’s but she’s a good dog too.
Get your next pet at a Shelter….be part of the solution, not part of the problem.