I run a film production company in rural NSW, where we also house the
Animal Sanctuary, a forever home for rescued horses and dogs. The
Sanctuary came out of us working in rescue, and falling in love with
too many animals to find other homes for.
The story of "Seven Days with Seven Dogs" began when Suki,
our 13-year-old border collie/kelpie cross created a huge lump on her
throat. The vet suspected a tumour. Surgery was out of the question
as she had a severe heart murmur.
We needed to make every day a jewel.
As an animal psychic,
I communicate with animals on a telepathic level. I asked Suki what
she needed, as I believe that every dis-ease has an emotional causation.
She said, "I need more outings." Outings made her happy, she
said, and while we always took the dogs out in the car, she didn’t
get enough “real” outings. She suggested a holiday, and
suggested I film it.
As I didn’t know how much time we had with her, I immediately
went into action, organising a doggie holiday of a lifetime and a shoot.
We also gave Suki a hefty dose of immune boosting herbs and supplements.
I believe the emotion of joy is paramount to the healing process, and
I was going to make sure that Suki had the best time of her life.
Suki is responsible for this entire dog-umentary. She told me she would
be my “miracle” and that she would win “lots of fans”.
she is, and she will.
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