Every time we make a television documentary, there’s not enough on-air time to do justice to all the individual stories we collect in pursuit of the overall documentary, and we end up having to make tough decisions in the editing room – some a lot more painful than others. Case in point: eight-year-old Elisabeth Willoughby.
Posts Tagged: dogs
One of the delights of making Dog Dazed was getting to meet Bill Berloni, an expert on dog behaviour, who blew me away with his generosity and kindness. Berloni trains animals for Broadway shows (like Annie) and films (like Charlie Wilson’s War). He even won a Tony in 2011 for excellence in theatre. So, he’s
The idea for Dog Dazed came in a moment of great personal embarrassment. About two years ago I attended a public meeting in the Capilano River Regional Park near my home in North Vancouver – an information session about off-leash restrictions in the local watershed where I walk my dog. A large pack of area
So my dog Billie isn’t super big – under 50 pounds – and we definitely don’t overfeed her svelte Husky/Whippet X self. (Love the dog, can you tell?) But yesterday she pooped FOUR times. It was a day like this a year or so ago that got me thinking about just how much dog poop
Does your dog crack you up – and everyone else around you? Then grab the video camera, capture your mutt at his goofiest best and upload to “Canada’s Funniest Dog Videos” Contest. The winning videos will be featured in our Dog Dazed documentary, airing Feb 28th on CBC Doc Zone AND win a year’s worth
Call us sentimental but every year at this time when we’re heading up our local trail and see that, seemingly overnight, dog owners have decorated a wild tree with photographs of their dearly departed pets…well, we tear up.