Other Videos We Love
Below are amazing videos produced by other organizations (not Animal Magic Films). Please enjoy!
Eric & Peety, a Mutual Rescue™ film
We’re celebrating the love between people and their pets. Learn more at www.mutualrescue.org. Six years ago, Eric weighed 340 pounds and was diagnosed with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and Type II Diabetes. His doctor told him he had 5 years to live. Then he met Peety—and everything changed. Peety was adopted from Humane Society Silicon Valley. Jake was adopted from Seattle Humane. Please support local animal shelters and rescue groups in your area. “Eric & Peety” Produced by Advocate Creative Sponsored by Timi Sobrato & John M. Sobrato © 2016 Humane Society Silicon Valley, all rights reserved. Mutual Rescue™ is a trademark of Humane Society Silicon Valley.
Rescued Pit Bull Has Amazing Special Ability - ALADDIN | The Dodo Pittie Nation
Pit Bull Always Knows When People Need His Help | This pit bull has a special power — he knows exactly when people need a little extra love and always goes out of his way to comfort them. Today on Pittie Nation, watch how Aladdin went from starving shelter dog to the best support dog ever. He's changing people's lives with his incredible empathy 😭❤️️ Follow @aladdinnation (https://www.facebook.com/aladdinnation/) for more of this sweet and resilient pup, and also check him out on Instagram: http://thedo.do/aladdin. Love Animals? Subscribe: http://thedo.do/2tv6Ocd Follow The Dodo: Howl with us on Musical.ly: https://thedo.do/2qFkbGT Take a peek at our Snapchat: http://thedo.do/2gkVhsz ¿Hablas español?: https://thedo.do/2Hcg24s Love our Instagram: http://thedo.do/2agAEce Like us on Facebook: http://thedo.do/1dJ9lmn Follow us on Twitter: https://thedo.do/2Jast1M Read more on our site: http://thedo.do/KWDoNt For the love of animals. Pass it on. #dodo #thedodo #animals #dogs #cats #kittens #puppies
Therapy Pig // 60 Second Docs
Pigs can't fly, but at San Francisco’s International Airport, LiLou the therapy pig is turning heads. As part of the airport’s Wag Brigade, LiLou helps bring a bit of happiness to what otherwise might be a stressful day of flying. While airports pigs are rare, therapy animals aren’t. More than 30 states already employ their own team of therapy dogs. And during stressful times, anything helps. Want more docs? SUBSCRIBE: http://60secdocs.com . . . . . . 60 Second Docs Life. One minute at a time. A diverse series of documentaries that provide a new look into the most unique character, expressions, and practices that make up the world. Follow for more 60 Second Docs: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/60SecDocs/ Facebook Watch: http://www.facebook.com/60seconddocs Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/60secdocs/ Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/sixtysecdocs Twitter: https://twitter.com/60SecDocs YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/60SecondDocs Google+: https://plus.google.com/+60SecondDocs/ Vine: https://vine.co/60secdocs vidme: https://vid.me/60secdocs Copyright 2016 Indigenous Media http://www.indigenousmedia.com Tips? email@example.com
Wild Horse Therapy For Ex-Cons | The Mustang // 60 Second Docs
After serving 15 years in a Nevada prison, Thomas Smittle’s life changed when he participated in the Wild Horse Program. The program is dedicated to saving American mustangs from neglect through rescue and adoption. Ex-offenders train and gentle rescued horses -- an intimate connection that ends in adoption and serves as therapy for both man and animal. A simple connection can change a life forever. The Mustang, inspired by true events, is now in select theaters. https://www.themustangfilmtickets.com/ Want more docs? Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/60SDYT Never miss an episode: http://60secdocs.com . . . . . . 60 Second Docs Life. One minute at a time. A diverse series of documentaries that provide a new look into the most unique character, expressions, and practices that make up the world. Follow for more 60 Second Docs: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/60SecDocs/ Facebook Watch: http://facebook.com/60secondDocs Facebook Animals Watch: http://www.facebook.com/60SecDocsAnimals Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/60secdocs/ Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/60_Second_Docs/2298021621 Twitter: https://twitter.com/60SecDocs YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/60SecondDocs Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/60SecDocs Copyright 2018 Indigenous Media http://www.indigenousmedia.com
Riding My Way Back Trailer
Mendocino Film Festival 2015 Sunday, May 31, 12:00 pm, Ridgewood Ranch, Willits, $11 in advance, $12 at the door Directed by Robin Fryday and Peter Rosenbaum (Q&A with filmmakers after screening) One soldier’s journey back from the brink of suicide. In 2010, Staff Sergeant Aaron Heliker returned from multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Suicidal and on 42 medications, Aaron is at his most desperate and isolated when he is introduced to the unlikeliest of saviors: a horse named Fred. Through caring for Fred, Aaron begins the difficult process of reconnecting to the world around him and healing the invisible wounds of war that nearly defeated him. 26 min; Official Selection, Mill Valley Film Festival; Official Selection, Napa Valley Film Festival; Founder’s Choice Award, GI Film Festival. WITH: Ridgewood Ranch: The Home of Seabiscuit This short film explores the history of Ridgewood Ranch, Seabiscuit’s home and final resting place. See Seabiscuit’s homecoming in 1940, Red Pollard’s wedding, and scenes from the races. WITH: The Making of a Legend: Seabiscuit’s 1940 Victory at Santa Anita Park Said jockey Red Pollard ahead of the legendary Santa Anita Handicap on March 2, 1940, “Old Pops and I have four good legs between us. I hope that’s enough.” It was, and the rest is history: Seabiscuit and Red Pollard broke the track record, making Seabiscuit the richest horse in racing history.
Harlow & Pierre: Laker Dogs For A Day | #TeamUCLALakers
They say every dog has his day but only two dogs can say they’ve been Lakers for a Day. Harlow, a Golden Retriever/Lab mix, and Pierre, a French Bull Dog, received the honor in recognition of the UCLA People-Animal Connection (PAC). This program involves more than 60 dogs who, supervised by their human partners, bring warmth, companionship and the occasional lick to children and adults receiving care at UCLA. One of the most comprehensive Animal-Assisted Therapy and Activity programs in the nation, PAC has provided more than 120,000 in-patient visits since its inception in 1994. The highly trained and screened dogs – and one miniature horse – have a special way of bonding with patients of all ages, cultures and socioeconomic levels. They “help transport our patients and families away from a state of illness and anxiety to a place of feeling happy and engaged,” says Erin Rice, director of the PAC program. Harlow and her owner, Debbie, and Pierre and his owner, Matt, received an exclusive tour of the UCLA Health Training Center, where the Lakers train (although the canine pair did more sniffing than looking). Harlow and Pierre also showed some love to the Lakers staff. The following week, the four attended a Laker game. Harlow and Pierre got lots of belly rubs from the Laker Girls and had their own grass patch in the concourse where they got to meet fans and pose for pictures. During the game, Harlow and Pierre were brought to center court and honored as Lakers for a Day. #TeamUCLALakers
Building Young Lives, One Dog at a Time | k9 connection
SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/134Y8cr DONATE: http://bit.ly/W46Kht k9 connection is pleased to present this 8+ min. video about what we accomplish every day by helping teens in challenging situations and shelter dogs that deserve a permanent home. Our thanks to the Exclusive Media Group, the film company that generously donated their time and talent to make this possible. Please visit us at: www.k9connection.org - thank you! About k9 connection: k9 connection, a 501(c)(3) project of OPCC, is an experience-based program which educates and inspires at-risk teens through bonding with and training homeless shelter dogs. Each individual program serves counselor referred teens at participating schools, and concludes with a graduation ceremony and the placement of each dog in a permanent home. Our work then continues with monthly follow-up "check-ins" and student mentoring for all k9 connection graduates. Connect with k9 connection Online: Visit k9 connection Website: http://bit.ly/15vy0XK Like k9 connection on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/WX2kHS Follow k9 connection on Twitter: http://bit.ly/XN2T2x Main Office: Phone -- (310) 264-5424 Email -- firstname.lastname@example.org Building Young Lives, One Dog at a Time | k9 connection http://www.youtube.com/user/k9connection