UNLEASHED DOG PARK
A heartfelt series of short films focusing on the ‘underdogs’ that aren’t the ‘normal’ kind of pet you may think of adding to your family. We endeavour to inspire you to think differently about your choices and encourage you to consider the animals that most people overlook.
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Geo Moriarty and Lewis, the three-legged Bali Dog
Launched on 11th May 2019 to celebrate ‘Be Kind to Animals Week’. Watch Episode 1 and be inspired to donate to Episode 2 or 3 to have your name in the credits!
Lewis was rescued from the gutter, where he lay in torrential rain as his owners shooed him away. They didn’t offer him love or protection from the weather. They wanted him gone, and that’s when Talia, a tourist, made the decision to take him.
Lewis was an adult dog, thin, losing hair and had a broken leg that had frozen into place for at least two years. He never saw a vet or had anything to help with the pain, yet he still loved people. He was a lost soul until that fateful day.
The next few weeks were nail-biting times as Talia’s holiday came to an end and Lewis was still in the clinic. Euthanasia was suggested, but we stepped in.
Lewis deserved more in life. And he sure as hell got it!
Resia Pipet and Marley, AKA Comet, the two-legged Bali Dog
Launching June-July 2019
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Comet survived on the street with a broken spine and two broken legs for over two months!
On the 23rd of December 2018, we received a shocking image – a dog with a broken spine and her two back legs twisted underneath her. An epic rescue mission ensued with road closures, holiday traffic and little resources. On Christmas Eve, Comet arrived at the vet.
We didn’t think she’d have much hope. We assumed we’d meet a half-broken dog with a fully broken soul. We were SO wrong!
What unfolded is nothing short of a miracle. Comet underwent surgery to remove her back legs; she had a custom-built wheelchair and drag bag made. By January 2019, Comet was living in her new home, with people that adore her and canine comrade, Quincy, to be her best friend.
Resia, Marley AKA Comets paw’rent gave us hope that there really is a home for every hound if you believe it will happen and look hard enough.
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Prue Barber, Mission Paws’ible Founder and Stevie Wonder, the blind Kintamani
Launching July-August 2019
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Love is blind!
Nothing is more sure than when it comes to the story of Prue Barber, Mission Paws’ible Founder, meeting her soul dog Stevie Wonder.
In 2014 Stevie was found lying in the gutter of a busy road facing speeding scooters, narrowly missing his nose. A perplexing sight until we saw the condition of his eyes. One was totally gone, and the other was hugely infected. On that day, Stevie was rescued, and his recovery journey began.
Over the following 12 months, the bond Prue and Stevie forged could never be broken. Their love story was bumpy, but in December 2015, Stevie was finally adopted.
Stevie is a ‘wonder’ indeed. Despite his lack of sight, he knows every nook and cranny of the house (especially the kitchen). He knows when his sunset walk is cut short and refuses to move. He can see more clearly than his canine comrades – he can smell a person or even a snake before any seeing being does.
Today Stevie enjoys the freedom of his home, his delicious meals, his daily walks and his multitude of tummy rubs.