I’ve just finished watching the HBO documentary One Nation Under Dog. I hope many of you were able to see it and, if not, to catch it when it repeats.
This documentary is segregated into three themes: Fear, Loss and Betrayal. Fear covers the experience of some people caught up in legal fights over dangerous dogs and the fate of vicious dogs (euthanasia); Loss shows owners who tell their stories of grief over the loss of their beloved dogs; Betrayal shows the ugly side of the homeless dogs problems in the United States. Be prepared for actual footage of a gas chamber and meet people who are involved in dog rescue including liberating dogs from a Tennessee puppy mill.
Highly recommended, here are a couple of clips from the documentary thanks to YouTube: