If you are a dog lover or thinking about adopting a rescue dog, you may have watched Channel 10 program The Dog House which works hand in hand with the Animal Welfare League (AWL) to tell the story of potential owners and pair them with a rescue dog.
Now AWL Far South Coast has been contacted regarding the show, as Channel 10 producers would like to reach out families and individuals affected by the Black Summer bushfires who might now be ready and in a position to provide a rescue dog with a second chance and a new start in life.
Kerri Brady from the AWL Far South Coast said understandably, there would be families and individuals who won't be ready, or in a position to provide a home for a rescue dog, or share their own story on television. "But if there are any families or individuals, who are feeling ready and strong enough to provide a loving home for a rescue dog and share their story, we would love to invite them to apply," Kerri said.
The first step in the casting process, is an informal phone chat, followed by an informal Zoom chat, both conducted by Angela Brown, casting producer working for Channel 10.
Channel 10 said the production team works with the Animal Welfare League Rescue Shelter at Kemps Creek in Sydney, to match families and individuals with a rescue dog.
Filming for the next series is currently underway and at this stage, is scheduled to continue until mid-February. If a family, or individual is chosen to participate in our show, filming usually takes place across a total of three days only.
Contact the AWL Far South Coast Branch on 0400 372 609 to arrange contact with Angela Brown.
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