With 2016 coming to an end, we like to reflect on the year and give
SPECIAL THANKS to all of our clients that had our animals as part of their productions.
We truly appreciate your business!
In between our busy film schedules we still find some time to continue our Animal Rehab Program. We had a litter of baby squirrels that were found by a woman in town. We got them completely ready for the wild and then released them. We also had a small litter of baby skunks that were found on school grounds. We kept these guys until they were mature enough to survive on their own. For exercise we gave them a giant “hamster” wheel, which they loved and sometimes we would catch all 3 of them running on it.
We were thrilled to be nominated for an Emmy for the 3rd year in a row for Dog With A Blog. It was great to get back together with the cast after all these years and still be recognized for the hard work that was put into the show. It was almost as if no time had past at all. We were also excited for Beatrice, AKA Stella, since Modern Family was nominated as well.
We couldn't be more excited about our line up of tv shows that we are currently involved in. From CBS, Life In Pieces with Daisy and Daphne, to Netflix with Lady Dynamite and our fun loving pugs, which we are excited to start season 2 early next year. We love being able to create new little stars on all of our different shows. Even with our new internet shows such as, I Like You Just The Way I Am, with our famous Lambchop, that you can stream now. WOW! How our world of TV has changed.
We had a few new additions to our family this year. We were trolling the local shelters and came across a few faces that we felt needed to be a part of Good Dog Animals and had star potential.
From Max, who is cute as button to Trixie, who we saw on Good Day LA and just couldn't resist that underbite. These 2 are like brother and sister, a perfect team.
Then we saw Murphy, with the biggest personality, we know he will be the next superstar.
And finally there is Cooper, he is already starting to make a name for himself.
It has been a busy year on set
and at the ranch.
We can't wait to see what 2017
holds for Good Dog Animals!
We hope YOU are a big part of the new year!
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season!
From all of us at Good Dog Animals