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The Most Resourceful Shelter Director I Know

February 27, 2024

I’m pretty sure Maureen, the director of Anson County Animal Shelter in Polkton, North Carolina (about an hour east of Charlotte) is the most resourceful shelter director I know. Between applying for grants, appealing to local businesses, picking up the…

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Why We Travel to Shelters and Rescues

February 7, 2023

“Are you a rescue?” This is the first question people ask when I tell them about Who Will Let the Dogs Out? I have to explain, that no, we aren’t a rescue, but we help rescues. We aren’t a shelter…

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Amber’s Halfway Home

Produced in partnership with Farnival Films, our Emmy-nominated, award-winning short documentary tells the story of rescue in the dog pounds of western Tennessee.

To date, Amber’s Halfway Home has been nominated for an Emmy Award, selected for fifteen film festivals and won eight awards (including Best Short Documentary, Best Audio, Best Soundtrack, Audience Choice, and Best of Fest).

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