A Dog's Life: A Dogamentary

52min | 2004
Documentarian Gayle Kirschenbaum captures the remarkable bond between dogs and their owners in this inspiring film. Searching for a spouse, Kirschenbaum equipped her shih tzu, Chelsea, with a canine cam (giving viewers a dog's-eye view of the world), and the duo roamed New York City's streets to find Mr. Right -- and stardom for the pooch. But the movie unexpectedly shifts gears after Sept. 11, when Chelsea discovers her calling as a therapy dog.

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Topics: Dogs, New York City, September 11th, Therapy, Relationship, Bond, Romantic
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Steven Branson
Steven Branson
July 31, 2014
A
This is a movie very clever movie, a great movie for anyone who loves animals. It shows a great sense of humor, as well as deep caring for animals and people, The dramatic change in direction after the impact of 9/11 is quite impressive. Gayle's feelings for 9/11 victims makes you want to be like her, doing good in the world.
wallace gene
wallace gene
December 24, 2013
A-
Elise Baugh
Elise Baugh
December 5, 2012
this looks fun :)
Elise Baugh
Elise Baugh
December 17, 2012
@[1407750753:2048:Barbie Baugh]
Carl Engeb
Carl Engeb
November 24, 2012
cool