Who Rescues Who? L.A. Based Show Lucky Dog Changes Lives

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There is no place like home, especially for a furry would-be friend stuck in a pound desperate for a loving family.  The mission of Lucky Dog and its host, Brandon McMillan, is to rescue difficult-to-love, untrained dogs and transform them into model pets. Each episode showcases the success story of a rehabilitated dog and the family that will provide it with … Read More

LA County Animal Care & Control Processes and Procedures for Animal Exhibition Permits

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The County of Los Angeles Animal Care and Control office has notified FilmL.A. of its processes for the use of animals on film sets. When using a live animal for still or motion filming, production companies will be required to contact the Department of Animal Care and Control to obtain a Permit for Animal Exhibition. This requirement applies to all areas of … Read More

American Humane Association Offering No-Cost Program for Indie Filmmakers

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The American Humane Association (AHA) describes itself as the voice of Hollywood’s animal stars for the past 75 years. Since the 1940’s, AHA and its team of Certified Animal Safety Representatives have worked “to ensure the proper treatment of all furry, finned and feathered talent while on set.” And today, through a partnership between the Industry Advancement Cooperative Fund and … Read More