Dogs in Film
‘Show Dogs’ follows a Rottweiler police dog who goes undercover with his human sidekick (Will Arnett) to solve a case of animal smuggling at a dog show. We spoke with director Raja Gosnell to learn more.
Taken in by Hollywood dog trainer Omar von Muller, aka Uggie’s human, the Border Collie mix now stars in feature films, including with Ethan Hawke in “In a Valley of Violence.”
The Star Wars universe holds a wealth of great dog names. We offer up 11 character names from the new film and tell you which breeds they would best suit.
The sweet Basenji appears in a new horror movie, “Tales of Halloween.” We chatted with owner, trainer, and director Axelle Carolyn about her talented pup.
The Jack Russell Terrier saved from an uncertain future at the pound went on to star in commercials and Oscar-nominated movies. He suffered from prostate cancer.
Once a status symbol in China, costing as much as $250,000, the dogs are now being sold for their meat. It’s important to remember, though, that breed fads are also a problem in the U.S.
Peter Mayhew is slated to reprise his role as Chewbacca in the J. J. Abrams’ “Star Wars” movies, but these dogs could be his stunt double.
If you’ve seen the phrase “No animals were harmed in the making of this film,” here’s how the American Humane Association ensures that’s true.
Like it or not, pet preservation is a thing. We talk to director Amy Finkel, who takes a nonjudgemental approach to such memorials in her documentary.