The first episode of “For the Love of Dogs” features Molly Peterson and Tressa Broadhead, Executive Director and Vice President respectively of the Collin County Humane Society. Peterson and Broadhead shared with Benjamin and his co-host Rainy Flynn the news that designs are well underway for a brand new facility in Wylie. Two of their adorable rescues up for adoption, Spike and Wilma, also joined in the fun.
In the second episode of “For the Love of Dogs,” Arthur E. Benjamin and co-host Rainy Flynn discuss dogs in films and advertising with Michael Cain and Melina McKinnon from M3 Films. Michael & Melina’s dogs Thelma & Louise also stopped by to say hello.
Actress and producer Farah White joined Arthur on For the Love of Dogs TV on February 25 to talk about her most recent film project ANGEL DOG. Even though conventional wisdom in the film world says to never work with children or animals, Farah describes her love of working with dogs on set every day. She was joined by her handsome foster, Blackie whom she found walking the streets of south Dallas with his friend Whitey. They are now looking for their forever homes.
Arthur and his co-host Farah White are joined by the executive director of the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch, Ben Callison on the show, March 3, 2012. Callison tells us his incredible stories of saving animals and providing a retreat for all breeds of wildlife at America’s largest and most diverse animal sanctuary. He also discusses the amazing work the neighboring Doris Day Ranch does with rescuing horses. This is one not to miss!
JP Bonnelly of The Republic of Dog joined Arthur and Farah to talk about “Duck Team 6” – the mission of a core group of people who work to rescue dogs that have been on Dallas streets and then find the dogs a home. Some dogs take four months to capture and bring home. One of these was Nora who appeared on the show with two of her puppies. Also joining Nora was Blackie & Bear.