A Happy Ending for a Homeless Lady and Her Dog

A Happy Ending for a Homeless Lady and Her Dog The recent inaugural Dog Film Festival in New York City gave me and the audience many opportunities to look at the human-canine bond from different perspectives. Many of us treasure and value our connection with our dogs and cannot imagine life without them — but […]

What We Learned at the Movies

The inaugural DOG FILM FESTIVAL that my Radio Pet Lady Network produced last weekend in New York City was a rousing success. What had been a crazy idea amazed me by taking wing — with the New York Times devoting half a page in the Weekend Arts section to the festival, Time Out magazine picking […]

Dog Film Festival Visionary Award to Steve Marton

The New York Dog Film Festival Visionary Award to Steve Marton The First Annual Dog Film Festival will have one award in its first year — the Visionary Award, which was created to recognize an individual who best exemplifies the intention of the Dog Film Festival: “celebrating the remarkable bond between dogs and their people.” […]

I Had a Dream – The Dog Film Festival – And It’s Coming True!

I Had a Dream – The Dog Film Festival – And It’s Coming True! How often do you have a dream — and then it comes true because other people have been dreaming it, too?!  The Dog Film Festival is my first experience of what it feels like to “imagine it and they will come” — and […]

Track Cat Weight Loss; Afterlife Care

Dog Talk (03-28-2015) #414: Fat Cat developer David Ladowitz is an engineer whose kitty needed to lose weight so he created a tool to help others track their cats’ weight loss with an online tracker and graph at http://www.littlecatlabs.co/; Nancy Taylor, the Director of Bideawee, talks about the evolution of the death and burial ritual […]