Because humans aren’t the only ones who need to smell the roses.
This is a warm, uplifting story about a time with I bundled up my (then) seven rescued dogs, who were mostly elderly and health-challenged, and took them on the trip of a doggie lifetime. It was a healing journey taken at the behest of my senior dog Suki (that’s her on the right in the photo above). Suki had arthritis, a heart murmur, and a huge mass on her lymph. When I asked her, “What do you want”, she said, “I want more outings”. So I decided to give her and the rest of the pack the trip of a doggie lifetime.
We started in Braidwood, and headed toward the Great Ocearn Road area in Victoria. The footage was beautifully filmed by AFI Award-winning cinematograhper Anthony Jennings.
You know what? Humans aren’t the only ones who need to smell the roses.
You can find out more about the film on the Wild Pure Heart web site, and you can pick up your own copy of the DVD by using the button that’s there on the side.