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"Doggie B" Movie Benefit Screening for Muttville Senior Dog Rescue in San Francisco
San Francisco-based organizations have teamed together to help Senior Dogs Find Forever Homes! A benefit screening of the family movie “Doggie Boogie” to help Muttville Senior Dog Rescue foster and adopt senior dogs. October 27th 5 PM!
Doggie Boogie was developed, shot and produced in San Francisco. Director Romanus Wolter is a member of Fitness SF which changed its name from “Gold’s”
Wolter firmly believes that, “Dogs watch over us so we can achieve our dreams.” Wolter added, “Pijo, the dog star of Doggie Boogie, proves that no matter your age you can achieve the impossible. This partnership with FitnessSF and Muttville will help the rescue dogs and their new families live fuller lives.”
Muttville’s mission is to provide rescue, foster, adoptions and hospice for senior dogs.
“We're thrilled to be part of the benefit showing of Doggie Boogie! Many of our favorite animals on screen were rescued from shelters before becoming stars. We thank Fitness SF and the Doggie Boogie filmmakers for their generous hearts and reaching out to us for the showing of this wildly uplifting doggie film,” stated Patty Stanton, founder of Muttville.
Muttville will have dogs for adoption at the screening: Delancey Street Theatre, 600 Embarcadero Street, San Francisco, CA. October 27th, 2012 at 5 PM. $10 suggested donation.
Romanus is available for interviews by calling 415-602-7177
Muttville Senior Dog Rescue: www.Muttville.org
Doggie Boogie the Movie: www.DoggieBoogieMovie.com