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Source:  Gambit

The day that director Ron Davis visited Danny Robertshaw and Ron Danta to adopt a dog from their rescue in 2016, he left with two surprises — a Chihuahua he later named Little Guy and the idea to make a documentary about the couple behind the rescue of more than 11,000 dogs since Hurricane Katrina.

Before Davis left, he told them, “I’m going to make a movie about you.  I don’t even know anything about you. But I trust my instincts, and there’s plenty behind all this.”

Initally released in September 2018, interest in Robertshaw and Danta’s dog rescue organization, Danny & Ron’s Rescue, has significantly increased folllowing the film’s debut on Netflix last month.

“Life in the Doghouse is available now on Netflix.

Read the story at Gambit.

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