Monday, September 14, 2009

Dogtown to the Rescue

This year, Dogtown, the largest no-kill homeless animal facility in the country celebrates its 25th year of pioneering animal rescue efforts and innovative and humane solutions to problems of pet over-population and animal abuse. Acquiring a former "movie ranch" in Angel Canyon and 33,000 adjacent acres in 1980, the sanctuary moved operations from its original location in Arizona to the beautiful canyon in Utah. The Library has the National Geographic DVD and a book about the sanctuary.

Dogtown: Second Chances
DVD 636.70832 Do
Three programs profiling life at Dogtown. Each episode of "DogTown" takes viewers on a journey inside the bustling grounds to meet the dogs and the skilled professionals dedicated to ensuring that even the toughest cases survive.

Dogtown : a Sanctuary for Rescued Dogs
636.70832 SO

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