Dogs roles in America are changing. The more they become like family, the harder it is to treat them like animals. This documentary is about the four-year-long degenerative paralysis of my soul dog, Juno. It also follows my struggle over convictions about dominion and custodianship; life and death. This journey led me into the hearts and home of others coping with similar issues.
My sincere gratitude goes to: Sara Shier, editor Roger O'Donnell, composer And everyone who has allowed me to share their stories
If you would like to contribute funding to the post-production of Soul Dog, please use the contact page to reach me.
01/05/06: Race day in Kreishberg
There was a good Austrian crowd to cheer on the competitors. It was a fun, technical hill with variation in terrain.
01/04/06: Kreishberg, Austria
World Cup PGS and Olympic Qualifier in Kreishber, Austria.
11/28/05: Home for Thanksgiving
Giving thanks for time with Juno and snow in Montana!
11/16/05: Training at Copper Mountain, Colorado
Three weeks training session at Copper Mountain, Colorado. So much snow, the highway was closed and we were snowed in at the resort!