Dogs were the stars of the “dog watch” movie, and one viewer’s experience with the film left an impression on a dog lover who found himself at the center of a fierce debate about the role of dogs in our society.
Read more at The HillThe movie “Dog Watch” opened in theaters on May 4, 2012.
It was filmed in the heart of San Francisco, the epicenter of the Occupy movement, where the city’s protests against the police brutality and other injustices in the city were raging.
The movie was shot on location at the Mission BART Station in San Francisco.
The film features dogs running through traffic, barking and jumping on people’s heads as they try to get home.
“The first dog I saw was a female pit bull, she was sitting in a booth, and it was a really big one,” one viewer, who went by the name Tilly, told the Hill.
“She was kind of the hero in the movie.”
Tilly was part of a group of dogs who went on a “dog run” that was filmed during the filming.
The dog, named Molly, was on the front of a train with other dogs when she was bitten by a dog.
Molly suffered an infection and was rushed to the hospital.
“After that, I was in a panic, because I thought she might have died,” Tilly said.
Molly’s owner, who did not want to be identified, described Molly as “tough and loving.”
“She loves dogs, and she was the best dog at the dog park,” she said.
“It’s sad to see her go.”
“She was a great dog, and the first one I saw, she’s a little bit more reserved,” she added.
“But she’s really happy, and loves dogs.
That’s why I think Molly was the one I was seeing.
I was really sad about it, and I was very angry.”
The movie is considered one of the best movies about dogs ever made.
Its star, Amy Adams, was in the crowd when Molly was bitten.
Adams, who has become a celebrity in the world of dogs, spoke with reporters after the movie’s release.
She said she was not surprised by the attack, but believed Molly would have been okay.
“I saw the movie and I thought, ‘She’s just going to be fine,'” Adams said.
Tilly, Molly’s owner said, is a little quieter and is more timid now.
She also was not aggressive toward anyone in the film.
Tillys owner also said she has seen Molly more aggressive now.
“She used to be very sweet, now she just kind of looks at you like she’s afraid of you,” she explained.
“And that’s not the Molly that I remember.”
Molly, who was taken to a veterinary clinic for treatment, has not returned to the dog parks that she used to spend so much time in, but she is still loved by other owners.
She is now a loving family pet, and Tilly has a new home with her new owner.
Mills owner, however, said she thinks the attack was not Molly’s fault.
“Molly was a sweet little dog, but it was the other dog, the pit bull,” she told The Hill.
“We’re really sad, because Molly has been a part of our lives and our family, and our lives have changed a lot,” she continued.
“I don’t know if I’m going to go back to the park, and if I do, I don’t want to go to the other parks with my dog anymore.”
Tilly, Molly and Molly’s new owners are also trying to get Molly’s other owners to stop watching the film and stop making comments on the internet about the attack.
“If you do say something, we’re going to have a very heated conversation,” said Tilly.
“We’re going back and forth.
If you’re going on social media and say that Molly was hurt, and then it turns out to be just a bad bite, then we’re really going to fight about it.
We’re not going to talk about it any more.”
Tally said she will continue to watch the film because “dogs are great,” but added, “I really do think we need to change.”
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